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Center for Public Service (CPS)

CPS Research Grant

Award Value:
Up to $500 per year per student

Eligibility & Uses:
For students conducting community-based research as part of an independent study course or an approved honors thesis. CPS defines community-based research as collaborative, change-oriented research that engages students and community members in projects that address community needs.

Dates/Deadlines:
Rolling

Info:
cps.tulane.edu/funding/student-awards-scholarships-and-grants
Myriam Huet: mhuet@tulane.edu

Honors Program

Honors Summer Research Program

Award Value:
Housing in a university residence hall for six weeks and additional support for living expenses of up to $200 per week. This program awards $2,200 total to students living off campus, and $1,200 to students living on campus towards their living expenses.

Eligibility & Uses:
The Honors Summer Research Program is an opportunity for students to work with a Tulane professor on a scholarly project for six weeks during the summer. First-year students, sophomore, and junior Honors Program students are eligible to apply. No previous research experience is required.

Dates/Deadlines:
Friday, March 18, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.

Info:
honors.tulane.edu/content/funding
Norah Lovell: nlovell@tulane.edu
 

Jean Danielson Memorial Scholarship Fund

Award Value:
Up to $2,000

Eligibility & Uses:
This award funds budgeted expenses and projected costs for a research project or field experience.

Dates/Deadlines:
March 2020 date TBA

Info:
honors.tulane.edu/content/funding
Norah Lovell: nlovell@tulane.edu

Newcomb Institute

HASTAC Scholar Grants

Award Value:
$600 ($300 grant a year for two years) to support student research in technology and gender

Eligibility & Uses:
Sophomores and juniors. Newcomb Institute will sponsor the application of a HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) Scholar for the opportunity to work on research relating to a gender-related technology issue or to work on a student-designed technology project.

Dates/Deadlines:
September 13

Info:
orgsync.com/89502/forms/340607
Jacquelyne Howard: jhoward8@tulane.edu

Independent Research Grants

Award Value:
Varies

Eligibility & Uses:
Funded projects must have academic merit and promote the mission of the Newcomb College Institute.

Dates/Deadlines:
October 15, 2019 and March 11, 2020

Info:
newcomb.tulane.edu/content/student-grants
Laura Wolford: lwolford@tulane.edu

Newcomb-Tulane College (NTC)

Various grants offered by the Office of Academic Programs

Award Value:
Up to $1,000 for individuals, and up to $3,000 for groups of two or more students. [The exceptions to this rule are a) the Gordon Summer Fellowship, which awards up to $4,000; b) Henkin Grants, which award $1,200; c) Taylor Grants, which award up to $1,500 for international travel.]

Eligibility & Uses:
Grant funds can only be used for projects that you fully complete prior to your graduation date.

Dates/Deadlines:
The 15th of the month at 5:00 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters. (August – November and January – April)

Info:
college.tulane.edu/grants
ntcgrants@tulane.edu

Taylor Center

Changemaker Catalyst Award

Award Value:
Up to $1,500 over the course of your studies

Eligibility & Uses:
Funding support for students interested in pursuing opportunities related to social innovation, social entrepreneurship, changemaking, or design thinking.

Dates/Deadlines:
Applications accepted quarterly: October 15, December 15, February 15, and May 1

Info:
taylor.tulane.edu/changemaker-catalyst-award
Samantha Fleurinor: sfleurin@tulane.edu