Undergraduate Research Scholarships
The Office of Scholarly Research & Creative Scholarship awards up to $1,000 in undergraduate research scholarships per semester to undergraduates involved in an independent research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor, in the mentor’s area of expertise.
Usually, students may contact a faculty in whose area of research s/he is interested or a faculty member may choose a student. An application is submitted by the student's research advisor/mentor to the research office. If approved, the mentor will be expected to submit an undergraduate progress report at the end of the semester.
A student may work on a single research project for two or more semesters. The same student and faculty member may collaborate under a new scholarship after the first two semesters have been completed, however, a new application must be submitted and approved in order for this to happen. Students are advised to speak to the school dean, department chair, academic advisor or faculty directly as well as visit department websites to learn about on-going research projects and what they may be interested in. http://www.andrews.edu/academics/ Also check with your school/department and/or student financial aid office to see what other scholarships are available and deadlines for receipt of applications.
Listing of Undergraduate Research Scholars
- Spring 2013 recipients
- Fall 2012 recipients
- Summer 2012 recipients
- Spring 2012 recipients
- Fall 2011 recipients
Applications and report forms can be downloaded from the website.