Taking risks and exploring new ideas is important to the development of your practice. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be difficult to justify the financial investment needed to take these steps. Graduate Research Development Grants are specifically designed to provide financial support to students that wish to pursue new skills, research, work or experiences that may not have previously been financially feasible. Attending workshops to learn new skills, experimenting with new tools or materials and travel to research new opportunities and inspiration are just a few examples of how students can take advantage of these grants.
Grant applications are reviewed and awarded during two cycles each academic year. Proposals are due on the third Friday of October and February no later than 9:00am E.S.T.