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Student Research Funding and Celebrations

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Associate Librarian and Scholarly Services Librarian

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Yen Tran
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Subjects: Education, Social Work

Student Research Funds and Achievements


The Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons collects, provides opportunities for, and celebrates student research and scholarship in different ways. Below you’ll find information about student research funding opportunities, a research award, and student research and scholarship conferences. For additional funding resources at Seattle University for staff, faculty, and students, please refer to the funding resources page.


Undergraduate Student
Research Funding Opportunities

Undergraduate students from all disciplines can make use these undergraduate student research funding opportunities. These grants support student-driven, independent, original research projects under the guidance of a Seattle University faculty member. There are grants to conduct research, as well as conference travel grants for student presentations.


Student Research and Creativity Conference (SRCCon)

Participation in the Student Research and Creativity Conference empowers all students to share their ideas, discoveries, and creative work with the campus and the local community.


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Undergraduate Project Award

This award encourages, supports, and celebrates the scholarship of Seattle University students. It emphasizes their reflection on the research process and use of the Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons services and resources.



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Student Scholarship 

The Student Scholarship collection showcases the scholarly and creative work of Seattle University students.