Providing support for students across disciplines to pursue research and creative work in collaboration with faculty mentors, promoting the 200-year-old vision of the university as a learning community dedicated to personal and intellectual transformation.
Summer Research Fellowships
Submission Deadline: February 18, 2019 (past)
Summer Research Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis to support creative or scholarly projects. Students may apply for these faculty-mentored fellowships at either a six-week ($2,600) or ten-week ($4,400) commitment level.
Students to Scholars Symposium
The annual Students to Scholars Symposium at Norwich University showcases undergraduate research in all its range and diversity. From the role of government in a free society, to the use of prosthetics in biomedical engineering, to water quality and public health, to creative writing, to how blueberries can affect brain aging—the subjects promise possibility for growth and enlightenment to all who experience this sharing of knowledge.
Student Scholarship Celebration Week: April 29 – May 3, 2019
Submission Deadline: April 1, 2019 (passed)
The Undergraduate Research Committee is currently accepting abstracts for oral and poster presentations for our 2019 Student Scholarship Celebration Week. All undergraduate research projects and presentations completed during the Summer 2018 and the 2018-19 academic year are eligible for inclusion in this event. Abstracts must be reviewed by a faculty member before submission.
What kinds of research projects are eligible to be included in the program?
- Research papers/projects/presentations completed in coursework
- Research papers/projects/presentations completed through an independent study
- Conference papers and posters
- Senior thesis projects
- Summer Research projects
- Multi-media projects
- Apprentice Grant projects (faculty/student presentation)
- External Grant-funded projects
SCHEDULE (view on ISSUU)
Research Ambassador Program
Our Research Ambassadors are nominated by faculty and peers to promote the Undergraduate Research program by discussing their research at campus and community events, facilitating workshops, and assisting in the planning of Undergraduate Research Program events.
Undergraduate Research Workshop Series
The Undergraduate Research Program offers a series of workshops for undergraduates and faculty mentors on a variety of topics including:
- Applying for Internal and External Funding
- Research Ethics
- Research Strategies
- Poster Design