Honors Thesis Grants
In collaboration with the University Honors Program, the Hamel Center offers grants of up to $150 to support honors thesis expenses. These grants can assist students who incur expenses from opportunities not anticipated when they began their thesis work.
For example, one student may discover the need to undertake more extensive lab experiments requiring the purchase of lab supplies. Another student may conclude that sending a survey to a wider audience will yield more reliable results, thus increasing copying and postage costs. Other students may discover that travel to off-campus sites to use special archives, view an exhibit or performance, interview individuals, or use equipment not available at UNH will benefit their project. Grants may not be used for copying the thesis or for printing research posters.
Eligible students are members of the Honors Program and must be working on their honors thesis at the time of application.
Honors students who find that their thesis research expenses will exceed $150 may apply instead for an Undergraduate Research Award (expense award only), up to $600.
Rolling deadline. Applications must be submitted before work on the honors thesis has been completed, and before the end of the academic year.
Expenses will not be awarded retroactively for thesis projects already completed in their entirety at the time of application.
Applications will be reviewed by the directors of the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research and the University Honors Program, and students will be notified of a decision within two weeks of application submission.
Read the Application Guidelines and Budget Instructions before completing the application forms.
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