Deadline: 5 pm, December 19, 2011
The Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grants are competitive awards sponsored by the Graduate School that support the research, scholarship and creative work of graduate students from all departments at CU-Boulder. All funding is provided by private donations, and the grants range from $100 to $1,000 per proposal. Please refer to the Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grant Tips & Guidelines for more information.
The highest-ranked proposals are considered for a Named Graduate Student Grant. Funding for the Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grants program comes entirely from private donations. Some awards are made possible by the generous donation of an individual or family, often in honor of a family member. Winners of Named Graduate Student Grants will be awarded an additional $1000. Also, they will be expected to undertake stewardship responsibilities to the donor (e.g., write a thank you letter and attend a Graduate School Advisory Committee luncheon).
If you received a Bev Sears grant in spring 2011, and have not already submitted an activities report, you are not eligible to receive funding this cycle until you have completed this requirement. You may submit your report here:
Bev Sears Activities Report
Upload a description of your project
Upload a file describing how this project relates to your research and/or creative work.
If your project involves human or animal subjects please upload that information here. All proposals that involve the use of human subjects or animals must be approved by the appropriate committee before an award can be made. Students whose human research has been approved must include their IRB protocol number on the application form
Please have a confidential letter of support emailed directly to firstname.lastname@example.org . Do not upload anything in this section.