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Office of Undergraduate Research Pacific Fund Grants

Pacific Fund Opportunities for Undergraduate Research

Pacific Fund Undergraduate Research Grants (up to $500)
Applications accepted at this time
Students can apply for up to $500 for their research project. These grants support students working with faculty mentors on semester-length (or longer) research projects. The funds may be used for supplies, equipment, and travel.
Pacific Fund Undergraduate Research Grant Application

Pacific Fund Small Project Grants ($100)
Applications accepted at this time
Students can apply for up to up to $100 for their research project. These grants support smaller-scale scholarly activities under the mentorship of faculty members. The funds may be used to support travel, admission fees, archival work, supplies, etc.
Pacific Fund Small Project Grant Application

Pacific Fund Student Conference Travel Grants (up to $500)
 Applications must be submitted at least three weeks prior to the dates of travel
These grants support students who will be presenting their research at professional meetings. Students must be the primary author of either an oral or poster presentation. The funds may be used for travel, housing, registration and meals.                                                                                                                 
Pacific Fund Student Conference Travel Grant Application


Pacific Fund Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships ($4500)
Application deadline: March 23, 2015 by 5p.m.
$2500 student stipend, $1000 faculty stipend, $1000 materials, equipment and student travel. These grants support students working with faculty mentors on scholarly projects during the summer (minimum of 8 weeks).
Pacific Fund Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Application

For more information see Undergraduate Research Award Guidelines or contact  Lydia Fox, 209-946-2481

Submitting ApplicationsApplications can be emailed as a PDF (with advisor's signature) to Lydia Fox and Valerie Andeola or hand delivered to Valerie Andeola, Office of Research & Graduate Studies, Knoles Hall room 206.