Team Grants for Interdisciplinary Activities (TGIA)

General Information

The Team Grants for Interdisciplinary Activities (TGIA) provide financial support for a team of faculty members to offer an intensive, interdisciplinary 10-week summer research experience for at least two and up to five Penn undergraduates.   Priority will be given to applications submitted by interdisciplinary teams of faculty members (ie spanning different fields, departments, and/or schools).

Past Projects Funded

Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring Program (PURM)

  • January 21, 2022: Faculty Deadline
  • February 20, 2022: Student Deadline

 

Past Projects Funded

Contact Information

Dr. Ann Vernon-Grey
Phone: 215-746-6488

Penn Undergraduate Sustainability Action Grant

**Please note that priority will be given to submissions that detail projects which can be undertaken within the current COVID-19 restrictions.**

General Information

Contact Information

Dr. Ann Vernon-Grey
anneliza@upenn.edu
Please call 215-746-6488 to schedule an appointment

Penn Museum Field Research Grants

The Penn Museum provides support for current Penn undergraduate and graduate students to pursue field research related to Archaeology and Anthropology. Read about past projects funded by Museum grants under Students in the Field on the Penn Museum Blog.

The Penn Museum accepts applications twice a year for winter and summer projects. Requests for grant support up to a maximum of $1050 will be considered. 

Applications should prepare:

Wolf Humanities Center

The Wolf Humanities Center offers 12 fellowships for the 2021–2022 academic year to Penn undergraduates from any school who are interested in conducting humanities research on some aspect of Migration, the Forum's theme next year. Applicants must be full time and in good academic standing. 

Contact Information

Sara Varney, Associate Director, saravarney@sas.upenn.edu

Jumpstart for Juniors

**Please note that priority will be given to submissions that detail projects which can be undertaken within the current COVID-19 restrictions.**

General Information

Past Projects Funded

Contact Information

Dr. Ann Vernon-Grey
anneliza@upenn.edu
You may schedule an appointment with Dr. Vernon-Grey

Hoesley Digital Literacy Fellows Program

The Penn Libraries welcomes current juniors and seniors to apply for the Hoesley Digital Literacy Fellows Program. Partially funded by a generous gift from Board Member Jim Hoesley and his wife Sandee Hoesley, and conducted in collaboration with Career Services, the School of Arts and Sciences, and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF), this program encourages creative exploration of technologies commonly used in our rapidly evolving 21st century workplace and beyond.

Contact Information

For more information and some history on this fellowship visit:

https://www.library.upenn.edu/collections/digital-projects/hoesley-digital-literacy-program

Questions about the Hoesley Digital Literacy Fellowship? Reach out to us at hoesleyfellowship@lists.upenn.edu

When writing, please be sure to include your name, year of graduation, the best email to reach you at and any questions you have about the fellowship.

Gutmann-Doyle Research Opportunities Fund

The Amy Gutmann and Michael Doyle Research Opportunities Fund is used at the discretion of the director of CURF to assist students with activities associated with their independent research projects. This may include covering the cost of travel to research sites, or assisting with living expenses during a research project away from campus. The funding is only available on an emergency basis when there are no other sources of funding available and can not be used in conjunction with other funding sources. Applicants can expect to receive no more than $500 from this fund.

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