Sally Mason Undergraduate Scholarship
Below is the link to the Sally Mason Undergraduate Scholarship application. You will find important information and further directions about the scholarship in the document Sally Mason Undergraduate Scholarship Directions for Application document. Please make sure you read over that information prior to completing the application. You will also be required to complete and print the Sally Mason Undergraduate Scholarship Budget Form. The Budget Form must be signed by the faculty mentor for your internship project and submitted to us via email or campus mail by the scholarship submission deadline. If you have questions, contact the Discovery Learning Research Center at 494-4555.
The purpose of this scholarship is to support undergraduate students who have been selected to present research findings at a national or international conference in the dissemination of their research and improvement of their communication skills through the participation in scholarly activity. This scholarship is named for former Provost Sally Frost Mason, who was instrumental in the creation of the Discovery Learning Research Center, which administers the internship programs named below.
The Sally Mason Undergraduate Scholarship is open to undergraduate students involved in recognized Undergraduate Research Programs affiliated with Discovery Park. Preference is given to students who enhance ethnic, racial, and gender diversity among undergraduate researchers, as well as those participating in the Discovery Park Undergraduate Research Internship (DURI), Interns for Indiana (IfI), and Cancer Prevention Internship Program (CPIP).
- NSF GK-12
- Research Goes to School
- Robert Noyce Scholars Program
- Interns for Indiana
- Wilke Internship
- Sally Mason Undergraduate Scholarship
- Midwest Crossroads AGEP
- LSAMP Indiana
- ADVANCE PCFS
- Center for Leadership Excellence
- Center for Literacy Education and Research
- I-STEM Network
- Purdue Center for Serious Games
February 20, 2015
Longtime Purdue learning design and technology professor James Lehman has been selected as the new Jerry and Rosie Semler Director of the Discovery Learning Research Center in Discovery Park. Lehman, who has been at Purdue as a professor in the College of Education's Department of Curriculum and Instruction since 1983, replaces Brenda Capobianco, a Purdue science education professor who served as interim director after chemistry professor Gabriela Weaver left in June 2014 for a post at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His appointment is effective immediately, Alan Rebar, executive director of Discovery Park and senior associate vice president for research at Purdue, announced Thursday (Feb. 19).Read Full Story
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