Student Research Grant Program
The College's Student Research Grant (SRG) Program has been established to promote student scholarship and creativity in all fields of study. the program is designed to provide students the opportunity to conduct exceptional work under the supervision of a faculty mentor. The goal is to help the College build a community of student scholars spanning a variety of disciplines that will ultimately enhance the academic vitality of the campus community.
To encourage original research/creation, students can apply for consideration for this award for the following purposes:
- Research/Creative Activity Grant - Students may apply for up to $1,000 for equipment/materials for an original research/creative project; travel to/from project sites or exposure-related activities (artist talk/show); or non-royalty publication costs.
- Conference Grant - Students may apply for up to $500 for travel expences/fees for conference, workshops or symposia at which the student is presenting their work.
Applications for the SRGs will be considered four times a year on October 15, December 15, February 15, and April 15. For more information and to apply, review the "RESEARCH" section of the HIP Sway.
Student Research Conference
Each Spring, The College of Idaho hosts a Student Research Conference that celebrates and showcases student scholarly and creative work across disciplines taking place at The College of Idaho.
We are excited to announce that the 2023 Student Research Conference will be held on Thursday, May 4, 2023. The deadline for abstract submissions will be April 15, at 5:00 PM.
Check out our archive of our 17th Annual Conference, which was held virtually. The Student Research Conference is possible because of the support of the administration, staff, faculty, and the SRC planning committee.
For more information about the abstract submission process or student research and creative activities at The College of Idaho, review the "Research" section of the HIP Sway. Or, if you would like help connecting with a faculty mentor, contact McKay Cunningham, Director of Student Research & Creativity.