Hillcrest Transdisciplinary Student Research Award
The Transdisciplinary Studies Program created the Hillcrest Research Award to support and encourage student transdisciplinary research and collaboration.Awards range from $500 to $1500 per group, supported by a private gift to Claremont Graduate University. Click here to see the list of previous award winners.
Three or more students from CGU, representing at least three disciplines. Applications from a single student will not be considered.
Proposals that include both interpretive and quantitative methodologies are preferred.
Schedule a public presentation for the CGU community about the results of your collaborative transdisciplinary project. Presentations may include public colloquia and discussions, poster sessions, exhibitions, or other formats.
Step 2: Submit the proposal by clicking on this link and attaching your proposal document(s) to the resulting email.
Step 2.1 (If the above link does not work): Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line: "Application for Hillcrest Student Research Award"; and include the following text as the first line of the email: "Attn: Transdisciplinary Program: Referral: [Hillcrest Transdisciplinary Scholars Award Page]"
Step 3: The proposal is either accepted or rejected.
Step 4: If accepted, carry out proposed activities.
Step 5: Give a public presentation for the CGU community about results