Middlebury

 

Bryan and Nuquist Award

Applicant Class Year: 
First Year
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Additional Eligibility Notes: 

SUBMISSION DIRECTIONS

1.    Coversheet
Student name(s), institution(s), mailing address(es), email address(es), and telephone number(s), major(s) and year(s) in college.
Faculty sponsor (advisor)  name, email address, and telephone number.  If the project received outside funding, this should be indicated, as well.  

2.    Recommendation letter
A letter from the nominating faculty member, stating why the project merits the award. 

3.    Project abstract
Summary of the project, not to exceed one typewritten, double-spaced page, written in "lay" language, understandable to people outside of the discipline. 

4.    Project
Projects may be submitted in hard copy or by email.  Documents may be submitted in Microsoft Word or PDF format. 

Submit all projects to:  

    Cheryl Morse, Director
    Center for Research on Vermont
    Nolin House, 589 Main Street
    University of Vermont
    Burlington, VT 05401-3439
    802-656-4389
    Email: crvt@uvm.edu

 

External Deadline: 
April
Field(s) of Interest: 
Arts
Cultural / Interdisciplinary
Environmental
Government
Humanities
International / Languages
Natural Sciences
Public Services
Social Services
Other
Time of Opportunity: 
Undergraduate Academic Year
Locations: 
North America
Funding Type: 
Miscellaneous
Funding Source: 
Externally-funded opportunity
International Students Eligible?: 
Yes – Opportunity has no citizenship restrictions

The Center for Research on Vermont annually selects undergraduate student projects on any Vermont topics to receive very modest cash awards in two categories: The Bryan Award, for one-semester course projects, and the Nuquist Award, which is usually presented to a culminating study. The awards are intended to promote excellence in student research on Vermont topics within any discipline.