Research and Teaching Experience Scholarships
Fall 2014 / Spring 2015
Application deadline: 10/21/2014
Behavioral Sciences Department seeks to develop a student-supported research
and provide an initial teaching experience to undergraduate and graduate
students. In order to accomplish those goals, the Student Research and Teaching Experience Scholarships (based on Talent and Incentive Scholarships Funds) has been introduced as a structured,
coherent, and competitive program that aims to provide students with additional
research and teaching training and practice, continuous individual work with
faculty, as well as financial support to participate in academic conferences.
following Scholarships are available within the program.
student is allowed to apply for only one scholarship type.
1) Undergraduate Research Scholarship: 4 scholarships $1,150 each.
2) Undergraduate Teaching Scholarship: 1 scholarship ($833).
Graduate Students Only:
3) Graduate Research Scholarship: 2 scholarships: $1,600 each.
4) Graduate Teaching Scholarship: 2 scholarships: $900 each.
Conference Scholarship: 1 or 2
scholarships (amount depending on needs and funding).
The awarded students are required to
enroll and successfully complete the Research or Teaching Internship
(Individual Study worth of 3 credit hours and supervised by one of the
Behavioral Sciences faculty) in the Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 semesters. The
students are also expected to participate in at least one academic conference.
Some requirements depend on the type of Scholarships. Please read the detailed requirements for the Scholarship type that you
minimum requirements, application
documents, and students obligations
are provided with the Application Form.
Please download the
application form from this website.
completed application to the Behavioral Sciences Department located in MAIN 1.534.
For more information
Dr. Dawid Wladyka,