The Office of Undergraduate Research offers several grants to students each year to fund their research projects.
Applications and descriptions are linked below:
Community Based Undergraduate Research Grant (CBURG)
“Community based research seeks to foster collaborative partnerships between university researchers and the community, share knowledge among key stakeholders, and address social inequities.”
Double Hoo Award
“The Double Hoo Research Grant supports pairs of undergraduate and graduate scholars seeking to pursue research together. The program is intended to encourage collaborative interaction between the undergraduate and graduate communities throughout the University”. Awards of up to $6000 are granted to undergraduate/graduate pairs.
Harrison Undergraduate Research Award Information
“This research awards program funds outstanding undergraduate research projects to be carried out in the summer following application for the award and the subsequent academic year.” Forty awards of up to $4,000 will be granted to current first-, second-, and third-year undergraduate students.”
“This summer grants program supports educational opportunities for students to conduct research projects that increase public understanding of the Academical Village.” The fund will support five awards for $5,000 for full-time research to be conducted in the summer.
University Award for Projects in Arts
“The Projects in the Arts award is intended to expand students’ opportunities for creative expression and showcase significant accomplishments in the arts. The program funds outstanding undergraduate projects in the arts to be carried out in the summer and the upcoming academic year.” The grant funds outstanding undergraduate projects in the arts that will be carried out in the summer and the upcoming academic year for awards of up to $3,000
The Global Infectious Diseases Institute Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award: The Global Infectious Diseases Institute will recognize up to 5 undergraduate students for their research work in infectious diseases. Each student will be awarded $250 to honor their work.
A compilation of these links and further descriptions can be found here: https://undergraduateresearch.virginia.edu/our-opportunities/grants
Courtesy of the College Council: http://new.collegecounciluva.com/funding/student-research-grants/