Don't miss a great opportunity!
The Office of Research, Grants and Contracts (RGC) encourages undergraduate and graduate students to undertake research and creative projects that will contribute new insights into the student's chosen academic field. With the guidance of a faculty member who shares the student's interest, the student is eligible to apply for RGC's student grant opportunities which include the Student Undergraduate Research & Creativity Award (SURCA), the Graduate Student Research Grant (GSRG), the Summer Undergraduate Research/Creativity Fellowship (SURF) and the Student Presentation/Publication Award (SPPA). For more information regarding the guidelines, eligibility and deadlines for submission click on the related links to the right.
Grants are available to NKU students who will complete the project prior to graduation. Should the student be awarded a RGC student research grant, the project must be presented at the Celebration of Student Research and Creativity event held in April of each year.
Celebration of student research & creativity: This annual event highlights graduate and undergraduate student achievements in a broad array of scholarly and creative activities. Students display their work through posters, oral presentations, interactive demonstrations, performances and exhibits of artistic work.
Visit the celebration website for more information!
Student Research & Creativity Awardees FY 2010-2011
RGC Funding opportunities:
Click here for a brief powerpoint overview of SURCA, GSRG and SURF
|Deadlines||Fall 2012||Spring 2013|
|SURCA||October 24||March 18|
|GSRG||October 24||March 18|
|SURF||Not available||March 18|
Other Funding Opportunities:
Greaves undergraduate summer fellowships: The Greaves undergraduate summer fellowship awards ten fellowships to students majoring in math, science and technology. This fellowship is administered through the Office of the Vice Provost. Please contact your department chair to find out if you qualify and for questions related to this award.
External sources: Funding sources outside of NKU may be available to students interested in finding both research grants projects and fellowship opportunities.