Hillcrest Transdisciplinary Student Research Award
The Transdisciplinary Studies Program created the Hillcrest Research Award from a gift to the university to support and encourage student transdisciplinary research and collaboration. Awards range from $500 to $1500 per group. Click here to see the list of previous award winners.
The Transdisciplinary Studies Program is currently accepting proposals that fall under this year's theme of "Big Data." Awards will be very competitive, as funds are limited.
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