Types of Grants
Funding opportunities include:
- research conducted by individual students
- projects initiated by a member of the faculty involving a small group of students.
Individual and group projects have taken many of our students across the world, others to destinations within the U.S., while some have conducted research on campus, or within the Chicago-land area.
The keys for you to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity include:
- creativity in developing an interesting topic
- a passion for your proposed research
- an effective research methodology
Recent Richter Grant Recipients
Brittnea Roozen ('12) investigated
politically charged media while in
Rwanda, December 2011.
Left to right, College Scholars Carl
Monk, Madison Henry, Michelle
Branigan, and Alina Perez attended
the University of Glasgow in 2011
where Branigan and Henry
conducted Richter-funded laboratory
Left to right, College Scholars Mark
Zajac, Megan King, and Emily
Stewart studied in Spain during
Fall 2011. While there, King
collected data for her Richter-funded
research on accounting education.
King's research was recently
highlighted by The New American
Colleges and Universities.