Is there a creative endeavor you want to undertake, or an original research project you would like to conduct? Do you want to develop or evaluate a product idea, entrepreneurial venture, or a service initiative? IDEA grants fund research, creative projects, and the development or evaluation of new or existing ideas. This is your chance to flex your creative muscles, innovate, and explore.
Award amount: Up to $4,000 (or up to $6,000 for groups)
Eligibility: FSU undergraduate students in all majors
Purpose of the Grant: To fund self-designed work on a topic, project, problem, artistic product or performance, or other entrepreneurial or creative idea. Projects must last 8-12 weeks over the summer semester and be under the mentorship of a supervising faculty member. The project does not need to be tied to a student’s major or minor, but it should be guided by a student’s academic goals and future plans. Funds may be used for living expenses, materials, lost income from not working during summer, and/or travel. Projects must be culminated in oral, poster, or creative presentation at the annual Fall Showcase.
To apply: Interested students should visit the CRE website (http://cre.fsu.edu/students/idea-grants) for more information. Applications are submitted through FluidReview (https://cre-fsu.us.fluidreview.com/). For deadline reminders, join the Facebook event (https://www.facebook.com/events/147725579283899/).
Application deadline: Wednesday, January 31st by 11:59 PM.
Questions? Contact Kim Reid: email@example.com