There are many funding sources for undergraduate researchers who want to present their work at conferences. Below are travel grants to review to determine if you can apply for funding from these sources.
An important point: Most funding sources do not allow you to receive reimbursement for the same thing from two different funds (="double dipping") since funds are limited and need to stretch to as many students as possible. The OUR is in this category of thinking. Therefore, if you receive funding from multiple sources, you should be clear in your report to them for reimbursement what fund paid what to ensure double dipping does not occur accidentally.
Know of other travel grant opportunities for students to use to present at conferences? Email us at UGResearch@purdue.edu.
The Office of Experiential Education has financial support available for students participating in experiential education opportunities. Funds can be used for educational expenses incurred while participating in experiential education. All funds will be applied through the Financial Aid system.
To qualify, applications must be submitted appropriate due date as listed below:
- For summer funds, applications are due by April 15
- For fall funds, applications are due by June 1
- For spring funds, applications are due by November 1
There are some funding sources for undergraduate researchers who want to complete research projects. Below is one research grant to review to determine if you can apply for its funding.
Know of other research grants for students to use to conduct their work? Email us at UGResearch@purdue.edu.