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Undergraduate research provides an essential component of a student’s educational experience. Participating in research as an undergraduate will sharpen your critical-thinking skills and give you valuable preparation for life after college. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University has several scholarships available for students who are interested in participating in research experiences with faculty.
All scholarships use a combined Scholarship Application, allowing students to easily apply for multiple research scholarships. See the Application and Selection Process section below for deadlines.
To encourage and support undergraduate research across the entire College of Liberal and Sciences, the dean, alumni and friends of the college fund these scholarships. Five scholarships of $1,500 are available for the 2017-18 academic year.
To encourage studies in the power and energy fields, the Arizona Power Authority funds annual awards for students. At least one $1,500-$3,000 (depending upon the length of research) scholarship is now available.
The Sheldon Davidson Family Research Scholarship is a tribute to Dr. Sheldon Davidson’s interest in lifelong learning and his distinguished career in medicine. To encourage and support undergraduate research that demonstrates an ability to think about contemporary issues and to resolve them with innovative solutions, the Sheldon Davidson Family Research Scholarship was established. One $1,000 scholarship will be available.
Students must demonstrate the “ability to think” about contemporary issues and to resolve them with innovative solutions. An additional essay is required as part of application.
Scholarships will next be available for Fall 2018. Application and deadline information will be posted as soon as it is available.
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