Student Research Programs


 

Undergraduate Programs

Please see the Supported Programs Brochure for a complete listing of all grants and deadlines.

Undergraduate Research and Travel Grants

Support for student research and conference participation in conjunction with a faculty member is supported by these grants. Students may apply twice a year.  Maximum awards are $600 per student per semester/summer and $1,200 per student, per year.  Funded by the Student Association and the Geneseo Foundation.

Application Deadlines: 4:00 pm: September 12 (Fall ’14); November 7 (early Spring ’15); January 30 (Spring ’15); April 24 (Summer ’15)

Dean Johnston Student Research Assistantships

Provides faculty members with paid research assistance for their scholarly projects. Students work with individual professors for ten weeks during the academic year. Students receive a stipend of $1000. Funded through the Geneseo Foundation by an endowment established by CPAC, Inc.

Application deadlines: October 25, 2013 for Spring 2014 Semester assistantships.

Application form:  Dean Johnston Student Research Assistantships

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Geneseo Foundation Undergraduate Summer Fellowships

Provides a $3,000 stipend for students to undertake a research or creative project under the direction of a faculty member. Funded by the Geneseo Foundation. (Please note that funds cannot be used until after July 1, 2014.)

Application deadline:  March 7, 2014

Application form: Geneseo Foundation Undergraduate Summer Fellowships

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Geneseo Foundation Student Research Assistantships

Provides faculty members with paid research assistance for their scholarly projects. Students work with individual professors for ten weeks during the academic year. Students receive a stipend of $1,000. Funded by the Geneseo Foundation.

Application deadline: March 7, 2014 for Fall 2014 Semester Assistantships.

Application form:  Geneseo Foundation Student Research Assistantships

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Dr. Wendell and Barbara Rhodes Research Award

Supports research or field study.  All applications to the Geneseo Foundation Undergraduate Summer Fellowships and Geneseo Foundation Student Research Assistantships programs (March 7th deadlines) will be considered for the prestigious Rhodes Award, which will provide supplemental funds of $600 (available after July 1, 2014). Preference will be given to scholarly research combining a natural science and a social science such as biology/sociology or geology/anthropology.  Funds may be used for any research-related expenses including student stipends.  Funds must be used by June 30, 2015.  Funded through the Geneseo Foundation by en endowment established by Dr. Wendell and Barbara Rhodes.

 


Graduate Student Programs

Graduate Student Research and Travel Grants

Support graduate student research, scholarly, or creative activities, and conference participation in conjunction with a faculty member. This program is open to full- and part-time graduate students currently enrolled in one of Geneseo's graduate programs. Students may apply twice a year.  Maximum awards are $600 per semester/summer. Funded by the College.

Application deadlines:

Late Summer/Early Fall 2013 research and travel expense April 19, 2013 (Note that funds cannot be used until after July 1, 2013,)

Fall 2013 research and travel expenses September 13, 2013

Spring 2014 (first spring deadline for winter break/early spring 2014) research and travel expenses November 8, 2013

Spring 2014 (second spring deadline) research and travel expenses  January 31, 2014

Late Summer/Early Fall 2014 research and travel expense April 25, 2014 (Note that funds cannot be used until after July 1, 2014,)

Application form:  Graduate Student Research and Travel Grants

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Requirements: 

In order to be eligible to apply for Undergraduate Research and Travel Grants, one-time attendance at the Student Proposal Workshop is required.  The workshop is in September, october  and January. 

Upcoming Student Proposal Workshops:

Wednesday, October 30, 4:00 pm, College Union Hunt Room

Tuesday, January 21, 7:00 pm, Newton 201