The Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR) has initiated this Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Achievement (URSA) Small Grant Program to promote and expand research participation by undergraduate students, to engage students in the active faculty/student collaborative learning relationships necessary for success in all fields of research, and to expose students to resources and facilities that may stimulate their interest in pursuing research careers.
Full-time Baylor faculty, regardless of rank, are eligible to serve as principal investigators for URSA small grants.
Visiting faculty, adjunct faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and research associates may participate in small grant programs, but are not eligible to serve as principal investigators.
The OVPR encourages collaborative proposals that engage students in interdisciplinary research environments.
Proposals for funding in FY '16 (June 1, 2015-May 31, 2016) are due by noon on Feb. 18, 2015.
FORMS AND GUIDELINES
Submitting a Successful Proposal
Final Report Form
Additionally, URSA grant recipients in the current or previous year are eligible to apply for additional grant funding to support travel and/or equipment/supplies. Applications for these awards must be submitted by the same deadline as the URSA Small Grants. Applications are competitively reviewed and awarded as funds allow.
SMALL GRANTS FOR RESEARCH PROJECTS
Travel and Equipment/Supply Guidelines
Travel: Travel grants are available to support leadership development for committee members or students scholars who completed outstanding research projects.
Supplemental Travel Application
Equipment/Supplies: Equipment/supply grants provide additional funding to support ongoing undergraduate research programs.
Supplemental Equipment and Supplies Application
Please refer any questions to Blake Thomas at email@example.com
MORE URSA PROGRAMS
For more information on undergraduate research opportunities at Baylor, click here to visit the Undergraduate Research & Scholarly Achievement page.