Please contact Terry Bruner (firstname.lastname@example.org x4362) in Academic Affairs, 377 Julian, if you have any questions.
Include a title and abstract of the project (should be no more than 300 words).
Provide a description (maximum 3 double-spaced pages) of the project including objectives and procedures. You should also provide a brief description of how your project will enrich DePauw's intellectual community (e.g., long-term or multi-use benefits of equipment, educational impact on campus, etc). Students should also include a description of the role your faculty sponsor will play in this project, and how he or she will support your research efforts.
Please articulate the social science component of this work or project.
Indicate the approximate timeline of the project including when the requested funds will be needed and when they will be spent.
Include a budget for the project expenses.
Please note that transcripts will be reviewed to make sure you are in good academic standing and have no incomplete grades in regular semester courses.
If you are using human or animal subjects for this research, you will need to have IRB or IACUC approval before you begin data collection.
Your faculty sponsor must send an endorsement to email@example.com before your application will be reviewed. The endorsement need not be a formal recommendation letter but should briefly express the faculty member’s assessment of the project’s feasibility and merit, the student’s ability to complete the project, and the relevance of the project to the student's academic program.