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Support for Undergraduate Research

Arts and Sciences Grants

Thanks to the generosity of donors to the Arts and Sciences Academic Excellence Funds, the Dean’s Office is able to provide support for student research and creative activity and for students to travel to conferences to represent their work.

  • The John C. Collier Research Grant Established by Margaret Collier was established to provide financial assistance to students enrolled at the Camden Campus of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey to support research by undergraduate students in Chemistry. Students are nominated by the Department of Chemistry.
  • The Sandy Stewart Undergraduate Research Grant will be awarded to three rising non-pre-med senior students showing exceptional promise for a career in biological and chemical research.  All applicants must have completed two semesters of undergraduate research (120:491 and 120:492) and receive a letter of recommendation from their research mentor.

    Awardees will be required to spend two semesters in their research lab, register for the Biology Honor’s Thesis course (Biology 493 and 494), as well as present a seminar in the Biology Department seminar series during the spring semester.    

    The Sandy Stewart Undergraduate Research Grant will provide a $1,000 stipend to the selected students and $583 to the recipients’ faculty mentors for research supplies.

    Application instructions:

    1. Research proposal: Please describe the research aims for a year-long project as well as a summary of research performed to-date.
    2. Career objectives: Describe how this award will support your future plans for graduate school and a career in research.
    3. Letter of Recommendation: Provide a letter of support from your research mentor.

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