The deadline for submissions has passed. You will no longer be able to edit existing submissions, or make new ones.
This application should be filled out by the student(s) and the faculty mentor(s). If more than one student is involved in the same project, submit a single application and identify each student involved in the project. Only a single faculty statement is required. Faculty members that have served as mentors on projects that received support within the past three years from the Office of Undergraduate Research must complete the prior support portion of the application. The prior support should: 1) summarize the outcomes of past project(s); and 2) include information about the impact of the previously funded project(s) on the student(s) (e.g., results were presented at a conference; contributed to student being accepted into a graduate program; student received an award related to the project; among other possible outcomes). Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Student(s) receiving support are required to participate in the 21st annual Student Research and Creativity Conference scheduled for May 3-4, 2019. Note: This requirement applies to students graduating in December 2018. The SRCC provides students an opportunity to present their preliminary or completed research and creative activities in a student-friendly and supportive environment.
IMPORTANT CHANGE FOR 2018-2019: Advances for the supply budget are no longer available*. Upon completion of the project, including submission of an approved application to present at the Student Research and Creativity Celebration, students submit a signed budget summary sheet with all receipts. Reimbursements will be done electronically and processed within 1-2 weeks.
*If there are extenuating circumstances and/or special requests, please contact Scott Goodman, Director of Undergraduate ResearchFall Deadlines:
*Dates subject to change
The Office of Undergraduate Research strives to review applications and notify students and faculty mentors within two weeks of the deadline date. Faculty mentors are expected to share award notification information with their student(s). Students are not contacted directly.
Note: It is highly recommended that you (student) directly contact your faculty mentor to be sure they received the automated message sent to them with information about how to access your application. If your mentor did not receive this message, re-check their email to be sure you entered it correctly. If your mentor cannot access the application, they should email: email@example.comDepartment/Program:
If project involves research requiring compliance review (see http://undergraduateresearch.buffalostate.edu/research-compliance) statement must include timeline for review. No research funds will be released until completion of compliance review (research exempt or approved).Description of outcomes from prior support from the Office of Undergraduate Research. Describe activities (e.g., presentations, performances, and/or publications) and other outcomes for students you mentored that received funding within the past 3 years from the Office of Undergraduate Research. If none of your students have been funded by the Office of Undergraduate Research in the past 3 years, leave this question blank.
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