The Arts and Humanities Division of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CURAH) offers travel awards for students who are presenting their research in fields of the arts and humanities at NCUR or Posters on the Hill (POH).
The CURAH Student Travel Award application for domestic travel to NCUR and POH may be accessed here. (The A&H Division encourages all students who have unmet financial need to present in a field of the arts and humanities at either NCUR or Posters on the Hill (POH) to submit an application. Based upon past practice, annually several awards are made ranging from $200 to $600 per student.) Deadline is February 28, 2020.
Founded in 1978, the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) focuses on providing high-quality and collaborative undergraduate research, scholarly, and creative activity. Among the many activities and networking opportunities that CUR provides, the organization also offers support for the professional growth of faculty and administrators through expert-designed institutes, conferences, and a wide-range of volunteer positions. The CUR community, made up of nearly 700 institutions and 13,000 individuals, continues to provide a platform for discussion and other resources related to mentoring, connecting, and creating relationships centered around undergraduate research. CUR’s advocacy efforts are also a large portion of its work as they strive to strengthen support for undergraduate research. Its continued growth in connections with representatives, private foundations, government agencies, and campuses world-wide provides value to its members and gives voice to undergraduate research. CUR is committed to inclusivity and diversity in all of its activities and our community.
CUR focuses on giving a voice to undergraduate research with learning through doing. It provides connections to a multitude of campuses and government agencies, all while promoting networking and professional growth to its community.