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In May 2007, James and Marlene Bruning established an endowment to fund a student award to support undergraduate research and scholarly projects at Capital University. The intent of this award is to support high-quality undergraduate student research and scholarly presentations at professional academic conferences. Supported expenses may include conference registration and associated fees, travel, and the preparation and enhancement of research or scholarly activity materials. The Capital University Symposium on Undergraduate Scholarship planning committee will select the recipient(s) based on eligibility requirements and selection criteria. The planning committee also will approve all travel and budget expenditures by the recipient.
Student Eligibility Requirements:
View the rating form used for Integrative Scholarship projects. View the rating form used for Empirical Research projects.Nominated and eligible students for this award will be asked to give their Symposium presentations to the review committee on March 29 or 30, 2016. The 2016 deadline for nominations is March 18, 2016 by 5 pm. Submit nominations: Acting Director of Honors and Undergraduate Scholarship, Dr. Kathryn Bell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need more information? Contact Dr. Kathryn M. Bell, Acting Director of Honors and Undergraduate Scholarship, at email@example.com or ext. 6439, Renner 135.