The application requests the following:
- Contact information
- Title and proposed timeline for your project
- Description of the research and/or creative activity: The description should include the goals and anticipated outcomes of the project, including brief methodology and relevant bibliography. It should be between 500 and 1000 words in length and be written for an audience of educated people not in your discipline. The description will be used to judge the merit of the project. It is strongly recommended that you draft and edit the project using a word processing platform and insert your final version into Quatrics.
- Budget and budget justification: Indicate total budget requested as well as each item or service requested and the estimated cost. Student salary is not allowed. Briefly explain why each item is being requested (e.g., how it is related to the project). Note: If the total project cost is more than the amount requested, the budget justification must clearly indicate source(s) of the additional funds to carry out the project, and how the project would proceed if the other funding is not obtained.
- Faculty mentor letter of support: All mentors are asked to provide a statement (approximately 150-300 words) describing their involvement in the research project/creative activity and the preparation of the student(s) to undertake the project.