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Undergraduate Research in the Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

Handout (Pdf)
Get answers to your questions like, 1) what does undergraduate research in the social sciences, arts and humanities look like? and 2) how can I get involved? Get started on your research project!

Undergraduate Research Program

http://exp.washington.edu/urp
Plan for an undergraduate research experience, identify faculty mentors and projects, define research goals, present/publish your research findings and find funding for your research.

Multidisciplinary International Research Training (MIRT) Program

http://depts.washington.edu/mirt/
Work in health-related population-based research and training in developing countries with training, resources, and funding through MIRT.

Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities

http://www.washington.edu/research/urp/sinst/
Earn full-time academic credit through immersion in scholarly research with accomplished scholars and peers. Develop research ideas, create a scholarly research paper or project, work through a faculty and peer critique process, and formally present your work--funded by a Mary Gates Scholarship.

Undergraduate Library

http://www.lib.washington.edu/ougl/
Find resources to help with your research project, check-out DVDs/videos free of charge, reserve a study room, and attend free workshops on web publishing, documentation and data management, avoiding plagiarism and sharpening your research skills.

Funding

Undergraduate Research Program

http://www.washington.edu/research/urp/students.funding.html
The Undergraduate Research Program offers some fellowships and scholarships and has information to help you find research funding through other UW programs as well as programs outside of UW.

Grants and Information Funding Services

http://commons.lib.washington.edu/services/gfis
The University of Washington Library's Grants and Funding Information Service offers two types of workshops several times each quarter. Introduction to Searching covers the general principles of searching for funding, print resources, campus resources and the Internet. Database Searching covers the intricacies of two funding databases, COS and Grant Select, in a hands-on computer lab experience. Come to one or both to learn how to find the grant that is right for you!