Grua/O'Connell Research Award
Each fall, the Student Fellowships Committee makes multiple awards for up to $2,000, each supported by an endowed fund established in 2007 by Peter Grua ’76 and Mary O’Connell ’76. These awards support faculty-mentored student research in all disciplines.
Grua/O’Connell Research Awards can be used in conjunction with other sources of funding from the College (e.g., a College-awarded fellowship) or external sources (e.g., a faculty grant); however, preference will be given to applicants without other sources of funding. Normally, these awards will not exceed $2,000.
2020 Application Deadlines
Monday, Sept 21 at noon
Thursday, October 1 at noon
Awards from this fund support:
- students’ research expenses such as purchasing of books and equipment, publishing research results, or any combination of these expenses, or
- *student travel that will substantially enhance students’ honors projects or research being conducted under the mentorship of a faculty member (e.g., travel to library/archive or to another location to conduct research, or travel to a conference to present results). *Due to COVID-19, travel restrictions may apply. For more information, please refer to the College’s policies for students living on and off campus.