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Funding & Awards

CHSP Dean’s Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award

This award recognizes a graduate student for outstanding work in the field of research.  The recipient is recognized at the CHSP Spring Awards Ceremony.

Eligibility:  CHSP Graduate Students

Award level:  This is an honorary award.

Award period: AY 2021-2022

Award guidelines can be found here.

Application:  Applicants must complete an online application at 2021-22 CHSP Outstanding Graduate Student Research Award

Application deadline: February 21, 2022

CHSP Dean’s Outstanding Undergraduate Student Research Award

This award recognizes an undergraduate student for outstanding work in the field of research.  The recipient is recognized at the CHSP Spring Awards Ceremony.

Eligibility:  CHSP Undergraduate Students

Award level:  This is an honorary award.

Award period: AY 2021-2022

Award guidelines can be found here.

Application:  Applicants must complete an online application at 2021-22 CHSP Outstanding Undergraduate Student Research Award

Application deadline: February 21, 2022

CHSP Community Engagement Grant

The purpose of this small grant is to encourage a College of Health Sciences and Professions service learning class or student organization to provide service to the local community while benefiting personally from service learning activities.

Eligibility:  A College of Health Sciences and Professions service learning class or a student organization.

Award level:  Grants will be funded as long as funding is available. Only one (1) community engagement grant up to $300 (not to exceed actual costs) will be given per class or specific student organization per academic year.

Award period: AY 2021-2022

Award guidelines can be found here.

Application:  Applicants must complete an online application at 2021-22 CHSP Student Community Engagement Grant.

Application deadline: Applications will be reviewed the first week of each month from September through April.

CHSP Student Research Grant

The purpose of this grant:  To assist students within the College of Health Sciences and Professions cover direct project-related expenses such as materials, supplies, and participant costs associated with student research.

Eligibility:  You must be enrolled full-time (during fall and spring) in the College of Health Sciences and Professions and an investigator of a research project.  You are eligible to apply for a maximum of one research grant per academic year.

Endorsement: A College of Health Sciences and Professions faculty advisor must verify and endorse your request.  An email will automatically be sent to your advisor after you submit an application.

Award level:  Grants will be funded as long as funding is available. Only one (1) research grant up to $300 (not to exceed actual research costs) per student per academic year. Only one student researcher will be funded (not multiple students) per research project.

Award period: AY 2021-2022

Award guidelines can be found here.

Application:  Applicants must complete an online application at 2021-22 CHSP Student Research Grant.

Application deadline: Rolling but no later than April 1, 2022.

CHSP Student Travel Grant

The purpose of this grant:  To assist students within the College of Health Sciences and Professions cover costs associated with travel to a professional conference for first or presenting author of a paper or poster presentation.

Eligibility:  You must be enrolled full-time (during fall and spring) in the College of Health Sciences and Professions. You must be (a) the first author or (b) the primary presenting author. You are eligible to apply for a maximum of one travel grant per academic year.  Travel must occur prior to June 30th of the academic year in which you are applying.

Endorsement: A College of Health Sciences and Professions faculty advisor must verify and endorse your request.  An email will automatically be sent to your advisor after you submit an application.

Award level:  Grants will be funded as long as funding is available. Only one (1) travel grant up to $300 (not to exceed actual travel costs) per student per academic year. Only one student author will be funded (not multiple students) per presentation poster/paper.

Award period: AY 2021-2022

Award guidelines can be found here.

Application:  Applicants must complete an online application at 2021-22 CHSP Student Travel Grant.

Application deadline: Rolling but no later than April 1, 2022.

Gary S. Neiman Graduate Student Research Award

The purpose of this grant is to provide a full-time, degree seeking, College of Health sciences and Professions graduate student with resources to support an approved research project including travel expenses to professional meetings, the purchase of equipment requirement to complete the project, and other necessary costs associated with completing the research and/or presenting the findings at a professional level. This award is presented at the CHSP Spring Awards Ceremony.

Eligibility:  To be eligible, the student must meet all of the following criteria: (a) be a full-time, degree seeking, graduate student enrolled in or accepted for admission to an eligible academic program within the College of Health Sciences and Professions; (b) be a full-time major at the time funds are spent; (c) eligible academic programs include accredited graduate programs housed in the College of Health Sciences and Professions; and (d) have a research mentor who is faculty within the College.

The funds may not be used after the awardee has graduated and must be spent by the last day of April, 2023 at the latest.

Endorsement: A College of Health Sciences and Professions faculty advisor must review and verify and endorse your request.  An email will automatically be sent to your advisor after you submit an application. 

Award level:  At least one recipient will be chosen and receive up to $500 for the 2022-23 academic year and the funds will be available for use after the first day of fall semester 2022.  Depending on availability of funding, more than one award may be made.

Award period: AY 2021-2022

Award guidelines can be found here.

Application:  Applicants must complete an online application at 2021-22 Gary S Neiman Graduate Research Scholarship Award.

Application deadline: February 21, 2022.

Resources

Research Reports

Undergraduate and graduate students in College are involved in a number of experiences outside the traditional classroom. With the assistance of faculty members, students complete capstone projects, honors research and research projects as well as master's theses and doctoral dissertations. They often present their work on campus and at regional, national and international venues within their disciplines and publish their research findings in peer-reviewed journals. Grants are available. Achievements are reported in the College's Annual Student Achievement Reports below.