Applications for the 2019 KSAS undergraduate research awards are now open. There is a new, unified form for currently enrolled freshmen, sophomores, and juniors to apply to the DURA, Bander, Clinger, Albstein, or Woodrow Wilson awards.
An application and more information about each award can be found at on the Research Awards and Opportunities page of the Krieger School website. Deadline for applications is March 1, so now is the time to begin drafting your applications and contacting recommenders.
If you have questions, contact the director of undergraduate research, Natalie Strobach: firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also a KSAS research Q&A webinar over Intersession from 1 to 3 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 7. Please email KSASResearch@jhu.edu if you'd like to attend.
- Woodrow Wilson Fellowship for rising sophomores is a $7,500 award to fund a three-year research project.
- DURA award is a grant for up to $4,500 for a one-year project done in conjunction with a faculty member.
- Bander award is a $4,000 award for a unique project that can only be done outside the classroom.
- Clinger award is a $10,000 grant for an independent research project done in Denmark this summer.
- Albstein award is a $5,000 mind sciences research award, focusing on Alzheimer's disease projects.
Application requirements and link to apply can be found on the programs' website.