If you are interested in applying for funding from the Graduate Research Fund, please fill out the form below and submit it for review. Review each question carefully and provide complete responses. Incomplete or incorrect applications will not be accepted.
Please enter your student ID, name, e-mail address and additional information about your student status.
Please provide the name and e-mail address of your faculty sponsor. This person must complete the required sponsor endorsement form by the application deadline for the quarter in which you are applying (October 1st, February 1st, or May 15th). In addition, please provide the name of your graduate program director.
Will you be working with your unit to purchase expenses on this presentation or project? (Fall and Winter quarters only). Please note that this option is subject to unit discretion and requires advance permission from your program director/unit contact.
In the box immediately below, enter your expected graduation date (the date you will have completed all requirements for your program, including thesis defense):
From the list of options presented immediately below, choose the type of funding you are seeking.
You are required to provide all of the information below for presentation applications:
Check the box below to affirm that you are the primary presenter. A primary presenter is defined as the first author on the project and the presentation leader. In cases of co-leadership, applicants must justify their individual contribution to the project.
Detailed Budget (e.g. itemized list of expenses, such as conference registration = $75; Comfort Inn Hotel for 3 nights x $150 per night = $450; airfare from Chicago to New Orleans = $175 for total of $700). Please include total expected expenses but the maximum GRF Award is up to $700. In addition, a detailed Budget Justification (e.g., explaining the details of the expenses and why they are necessary for your research or presentation) is required.
Please upload documentation confirming acceptance of your first-author presentation. This may be an e-mail confirmation verifying acceptance of the presentation if the conference has not yet occurred. A copy of the pages in the conference program where your presentation is listed may also be uploaded. Screenshots will not be accepted unless they are submitted as a PDF file.