There are many research opportunities available for IAS students to present and publish their work, including research funding, student conferences, and student journals.
Student Research Funding
The Undergraduate Research Office at Utah Tech University offers students a grant of $250 for Research, Innovation, and Creative Projects.
Eligible expenses include direct costs related to carrying out the proposed project, such as materials, supplies, facilities and instrument costs, accompanists, and participation/survey fees.
The Undergraduate Research Office at Utah Tech University offers students a Travel Grant of $500 for Research, Innovation, and Creative Projects.
Eligible expenses for projects include direct costs related to carrying out the proposed project such as attending academic conferences (including registration fees, travel, lodging, and associated per diem expenses) to present their work to a wider audience; to interact with collaborators on their research, innovative, or creative project; or to access off-site locations to collect data or other information from necessary locations.
UTSA Senators can sponsor bills to aid students in receiving funding for academic research, conferences, and other educational pursuits. IAS students should contact the UTSA Senator for the College of Education for more information!
The Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters holds a conference each March at a Utah university. The Academy also publishes a refereed journal for student work. Submissions are typically due in February.
Utah Tech University’s Undergraduate Research Office puts on a Symposium for Innovation, Creativity, and Research each April. Submissions are typically due in April.
Intersections is published twice a year by the Integrated Studies Department at Utah Valley University. The journal is written, edited, and designed by UVU students. It accepts work from students in all Utah interdisciplinary programs.
Click here to hear from a UT Integrated Studies student whose work was published in Intersections.
Curiosity is published each spring by Utah Tech University’s Undergraduate Research Office.