ASAP Scholars Application

Students and prospective advisors should submit a brief proposal that include:

1) Project title that identifies the subject matter areas of interest that ties to an ASAP priority.

2) Problem statement that provides background information that explains why research on the topic is needed.

3) A summary of likely project participants.

The proposal should not exceed 3 pages.  Students must apply to, and be admitted into, the home department of one of their major advisers to receive this award. Typically proposals will be considered in the Spring semester for fall awards by exceptions can be made if we are not overcommitted.

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