Student Research Awards
Johnson Cancer Center Research Teams
In December of 2013, The Johnson Cancer Research Center at Kansas State University selected 51 undergraduate students for the opportunity to conduct cancer research projects. 45 of the 51 students are students in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Student Research Travel Awards
Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in any major in the College of Arts and Sciences are invited to apply for travel funding. The program supports students who want to attend conferences or other professional venues to present their research activities conducted with faculty members in the college.
A maximum of $400 for travel awards. Students interested in applying for travel funding.
Undergraduate Research Awards
Undergraduate students enrolled in any major in the College of Arts and Sciences are invited to apply for research awards to conduct projects with faculty members in the college. Projects are one summer or one semester in length.
Students selected for research awards will receive a scholarship award of $1,000. Undergraduates interested in applying for research awards.
University Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Student in Research
The Presidential Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Student in Research was established to recognize outstanding individual contributions in research for the purpose of the discovery and creation of new knowledge at K-State. The award is for an undergraduate student who has demonstrated excellence in research in any field of study. Nominate a student.