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Winter funding for health-related, community research – apply by Nov. 30

November 2nd, 2021
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Are you interested in conducting health-focused, community-engaged, independent or senior thesis research this winter? If so, apply for funding from the Program for Community-Engaged Scholarship (ProCES) and the New Jersey Alliance for Clinical and Translational Science (NJ ACTS)!

ProCES and NJ ACTS will be able to support up to 5 undergraduate student projects. Brief applications will be available in SAFE beginning November 1, 2021 and are due by November 30, 2021.

What does the funding seek to support?

●        Independent or senior thesis research conducted virtually or in person in partnership with communities and nonprofit organizations located anywhere in the U.S.  Examples of organizations include, but are not limited to, hospitals, health centers, clinics, local health departments, social services agencies, foundations, patient advocacy or prevention organizations, and not-for-profit Universities. The partner organization should be more than a site for the research, but instead be a participant in the design and/or implementation of the research.

●        Research projects with a health or medicine-orientation, broadly defined, conducted between mid-December 2021 and mid-February 2022. 

●        Projects with a community partner with whom you or the University have an established relationship (preferred), or new community partnerships. You can view a partial list of our existing partner organizations here.

 

Carefully read the attached Request for Applications (RFA) for details on the timeline, funding amount, what the funding can cover, application and reporting requirements, and how to apply.

Questions?

 

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