GuSH RESEARCH FUNDING -School of Architecture - Carnegie Mellon University

Friday, June 25, 2010

GuSH RESEARCH FUNDING

DEADLINE - 07 July 2010

GUSH funding is financed by the Graduate Student Assembly, in collaboration with the Graduate Support Programs Office and the Provost's Office. It is intended to help graduate students reach their full potential through the graduate work they do at CMU. These awards, for $500 each, are to be used against costs incurred in the completion of projects required to satisfy your graduate degree. These funds are intended to be utilized by students whose personal or departmental resources have been exhausted. GuSH awards allow students to continue or complete projects toward their degree.

Approximately 30 awards will be given out each academic year. Applications are not considered complete without a support letter from the applicant's advisor.

See website guidelines for details.

To apply for FORD MOTOR COMPANY grants, your research must be related to automotive or environmental issues. Research may focus on traditional fields of study (engineering, sciences, economics, etc.) or may be interdisciplinary (Engineering and Public Policy, Heinz, Social and Decision
Sciences, etc.). Funded research may be a part of a larger research project in an existing lab or may be a product of independent research conducted here at CMU. Grants are awarded competitively based on proposals submitted by students. Requests for funding will be considered for up to $500.

Application for these funds is done through the GuSH on-line application form.

PLEASE REVIEW GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION AND SELECTION PROCESS CAREFULLY, AS WELL AS THE  ON-LINE APPLICATION FORM.

ON-LINE APPLICATION [Link]