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NCUIRE Team Award Application

New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences (NCUIRE)

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Student’s who want to join NCUIRE must find a New College research mentor. Before applying to NCUIRE, students should ask their favorite New College professors to be their mentor or they can reach out to other full time professors in the School of Humanities, Arts, & Cultural Studies, the School of Math & Natural Sciences, or the  School of Social & Behavioral Sciences.

Prospective faculty mentors are to complete this form on behalf of two or more students who wish to be considered for an NCUIRE Team award. Do remember that every student on the team must be currently enrolled in a New College major to be eligible for a stipend. Teams with students with majors from other ASU colleges must select the class credit option.

Team awards can support from two (2) up to six (6) students.

Applicants for NCUIRE Scholarships and Fellowships DO NOT complete this form.

This form cannot be saved and returned to later. Consider composing your responses in a word processor and pasting them into the fields below.

If you do not receive a confirmation email, please send an email to stating this

When will the project be conducted?
What academic rank do you hold?
How many students will compose your NCUIRE Team?
Team Member #1 Information
Example: 'jhndoe1'
Team Member #2 Information
Team Member #3 Information
Team Member #4 Information
Example: 'jhndoe1'
Team Member #5 Information
Team Member #6 Information
Please provide below a project budget. NOTE: all expenses will be assessed an ASU 8.5% service charge.
Please note that, due to limited budgetary resources, funding rates of applications designated "accept the award only if a stipend is provided" may be lower than funding rates of applications with greater flexibility (i.e., the Team is open to receiving academic credit instead of a stipend). Your response to this question, though, is not considered during review of the application.