The Undergraduate Research Travel fund is designed to help undergraduate students augment their research experience at CSUSM by providing support for travel to a conference at which a student's paper or poster has been accepted.
Funds are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis, until funds for the current year run out. Students may only receive one award as an undergraduate student (in order to extend the funds to many students). Group projects as well as individual projects may be funded.
Applications are now being accepted for The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP), a joint project of the National Science Foundation and The California State University. More information and the application can be found at the OTRES website.
California State University and the Environmental Protection Agency offer for-credit internships in a wide range of discipline areas. Visit Water Resources Institute website for more information.
There's a critical need for qualified math and science teachers. If you are interested in a career working in public education, the CSUSM Noyce Teacher Scholars program offers you a $12,000 scholarship for the academic year as a forgivable loan. Students may accept the award for one, two, or three years with a two-year commitment as a mathematics or science teacher in a high need school district. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) funds a variety of grant programs for women researchers: Career Development Grants, Community Action Grants, International Fellowships, and fellowships supporting women in underrepresented fields and women of color. Visit AAUW Educational Funding and Awards for more information.