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Your Hanna Holborn Gray Undergraduate Research Grant (HHG) application must include the following:

** Though the College has experienced closures and power outages, the application deadline remains Monday, February 10, 2014, 11:59 p.m. **



** For students proposing projects that involve research on human subjects (this includes any research that involves interviews), please acquaint yourself with the procedures of the Institutional Review Board and discuss with your faculty advisor. In order to receive the fellowship, you will be required to have your research approved by the IRB. This can be a lengthy and involved process, so be sure to begin early. **

** Research projects may not take place in a country on either the U.S. State Department "warning" or Treasury "embargo" lists (except when an embargo is specifically directed toward a narrow set of individuals or circumstances in a country.) Travel warnings can be accessed at: **



(1)    HHG on-line application

  • The application consists of a Research Proposal and an Academic Development Statement. If you are proposing a project that involves observation and/or interviews of people, you will need to provide details about your research methodology pertaining to requirements of the Institutional Review Board.
  • Be sure to read the pop-up instructions regarding application essays that are included in the on-line application.

      Examples of successful applications:

        Application 1:         Research Proposal / Academic Development Statement

        Application 2:          Research Proposal / Academic Development Statement


(2)    Recommendations from TWO members of the TriCo faculty or staff

  • One Recommendation must be from a TriCo faculty member who is familiar with your academic work and who will serve as your Faculty Advisor for your summer research.
  • One Recommendation must be from a faculty member who knows your academic work. (If you will have a 2nd Faculty Advisor, they should write this Recommendation.)
  • Send the above link to your recommenders at least 3 WEEKS before the application deadline. You must also provide your recommender information about your application (a draft of your research project proposal, academic development statement and/or resume).


Deadline:  Monday, FEB. 10, 2014, 11:59 p.m.


Questions? Contact Isabelle Barker, Assistant Dean, Director of Summer Funding.