Faculty & Student Mini Grants Awarded

Awardees for the Spring 2021faculty and student mini grants have been announced.

Congratulations to the following mini-grant awarded projects:

Faculty/Student Apprenticeship Mini Grant:

The Student Apprenticeship Mini-Grant (SAMG) is a competitive, merit-based award which supports undergraduate students in assisting a faculty mentor with research and creative activities during the academic year. The award’s purpose is to introduce students to scholarly and professional activity in their discipline. Freshman, sophomore, and transfer students are prioritized. Students must be enrolled in a matriculated program at The College at Brockport. The SAMG Award provides an hourly wage of up to 5 hours per week for scholarly or creative assistance directly associated with faculty scholarship (to a maximum of $1000). The award is designed to encourage student participation in scholarly activity, and a broad range of activity will be supported. This award functions as an hourly wage for an undergraduate student.

Spring 2021 Awarded Projects:

  • Faculty Mentor: Dr. Rachel Schultz, Department of Environmental Science & Ecology
    Student Awardee: Jarod Ruffle
    Project Title: Evaluating the response of wetlands to restoration
  • Faculty Mentor: Dr. Michael Kramer, Department of History
    Student Awardee: Olivia Langa
    Project Title: Berkley Folk Music Festival Project

Student Research Mini Grant:

Student Research Mini-Grant (SRMG) is a competitive, merit-based award which supports undergraduate students, who are enrolled in a matriculated program at The College at Brockport, in performing faculty-mentored research and creative activities during the academic year. The SRMG Award provides up to $400 for scholarly research or creative activity directly associated with a research project. Up to $600 may be requested for single projects involving two or more students. The award is designed to help defray the cost of travel, supplies, and other materials necessary to conduct the project. It is not intended as a salary for the student.

Spring 2021 Awarded Projects:

  • Faculty Mentor: Dr. Melanie Perreault, Department of KSSPE
    Student Awardee: Katriana Belknap
    Project Title: Physical Activity and Functional Body Image in Youth with and without Visual Impairments

To learn more:

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