SCICU Research Grant Application
The South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities, Inc., (SCICU) Student/Faculty Research Program was created to engage students in professionally guided primary research. Two advantages of the SCICU program, compared to Furman’s Summer Research Fellows program, are that it will support research-related travel expenses and a larger materials and supplies budget than Furman’s $250 limit.
For its 2020 funding cycle, SCICU has two programs: 1) the standard fellowship for all disciplines; and 2) the Hobcaw Barony program, which requires the successful recipient(s) to work on site in Georgetown, SC.
Anyone considering applying for an SCICU Fellowship must contact Dr. Erik Ching, the Director of Undergraduate Research, in advance.
This program is for research specific to the history or natural environment of Hobcaw Barony Plantation in Georgetown, SC that must be conducted onsite.
See these suggestions from the Research Evaluation Team [PDF] for creating a strong application.
If you have questions, contact the Undergraduate Research Office at 864.294.2119.
Research Project Spotlight
I spoke to a lot of graduate students who also did behavioral neuroscience research. I was given good feedback on how to further improve our future research [and I] learned about new neuroscience lab technology.
South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities
The SCICU was established in 1953 to promote the cause of independent higher education in South Carolina. Today, SCICU comprises 20 private institutions located throughout the state in pastoral communities, small towns, and urban settings. These colleges and universities serve the needs of more than 32,500 students. Visit the SCICU website for more information.