The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) awards summer
fellowships to the students of faculty members interested in
mentoring an undergraduate student at primarily undergraduate
institutions. CUR fellowships provide a unique opportunity for
undergraduate students and their faculty mentors to engage in
approximately ten weeks of full-time research at their home
The grant must be submitted by a faculty mentor. For more information, please visit the Council on Undergraduate Research Web site.
The Janice Chastain Houk Award for Undergraduate Research
was created in 2007 by her husband and sons to honor her life
and memory. Two rewards will be presented annually, one to
a Biology student and one to a
The National Science Foundation awards over 1,000 fellowships each year to
outstanding students in the science, technology, engineering,
and mathematics fields. Benefits include an annual
stipend, annual cost-of-education allowance, and a
foreign travel allowance. The program operates on a
revolving cycle. The application is available beginning in
August, with deadlines in November (varying by field) and
announcement of awards each March. For more information, please visit the FastLane Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Awarding research support to undergraduate and graduate students for 80 years.
Most grants range from a few hundred dollars to $1,000. Vision related or astronomy
related research projects may be awarded up to $2,500. Students can apply online.
Submission deadline is October 15th. Applicants will be notified about funding by the end of December.