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Community Based Undergraduate Research Grant (CBURG)

For Students

Mission: Community based research seeks to foster collaborative partnerships between university researchers and the community, share knowledge among key stakeholders, and address social inequities.

Applications: 2020 -2021 CBURG Application Link

Deadline: February 10, 2020


Goal

Community Based Undergraduate Research Grants will provide opportunities for students to develop research projects that apply their academic skills, experiences, and ideas to real world problems. The grants are not limited to a single academic field. Interdisciplinary work is encouraged. Student researchers, under the guidance of a faculty advisor and in collaboration with a community organization, will identify a project that addresses a documented public need or issue. Student researchers will design a research project, adopt and deploy a research methodology embedded in an academic field(s), create a research product (paper, presentation, etc.) that benefits the community organization and meets expectations of academic rigor as agreed on by the faculty advisor and the student researcher(s).

Process

Awards will be granted on a competitive basis. Please see attached application form. A budget of anticipated expenses including travel, living expenses, research supplies should not exceed $4,000. If research is a team project that includes graduate students and other undergraduate students, then the budget may not exceed $10,000. An honorarium of $1,000 will be awarded to the faculty advisor.


CBURG Recipient Projects


Selected Resources on Community Based Research