College of Arts & Sciences Research Awards
College of Arts & Sciences Research Awards are available each semester.
- Spring 2022: November 12, 2021
- Summer 2022: March 25, 2022
- Fall 2022: May 13, 2022
Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (K-INBRE)
K-INBRE supports undergraduates participating in biomedical research. See Funding Opportunities & Awards for more information on the different programs.
General Research Opportunities
Cientifíco Latino maintains a database of fellowships that can be sorted by type, citizenship/immigration status (US), and/or nationality.
Immigrants Rising maintains lists of undergraduate and graduate research and funding opportunities. The opportunities on these lists do not require proof of US citizenship or legal permanent residency.
Pathways to Science
Pathways to Science maintains a database of 1,000+ STEM research programs and funding opportunities nationwide, with the goal of increasing the number of underrrepresented students in STEM. Pathways to Science also maintains a Twitter account dedicated solely to posting about opportunities.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs)
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funds research opportunities for undergraduate students through the REU program. Participants are granted stipends and often assistance with housing and travel. See their website for more information and a search engine.
Eligibility: US citizen or permanent resident
UndocuSTEM provides a list of STEM research opportunities for undocumented undergraduates. All of these research programs run during a 8-10 week summer session and typically provide a stipend (often $3000-$7000), lodging, meals, and/or travel expenses.
Field-specific Research Opportunities
These opportunities are for students currently pursuing their bachelor's degrees. The following lists use K-State's Colleges to organize the opportunities.
Post-baccalaureate opportunities are for students who have already graduated. The following lists use K-State's Colleges to organize the opportunities.