Office for Honors, Research and International Study
Journals Accepting Undergraduate Research
Eastern Oregon Science Journal Journal of Undergraduate Chemistry Research Journal for Undergraduate Research Opportunities Journal of Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences Journal of Undergraduate Research - DOE Journal of Undergraduate Research - MSUJournal of Undergraduate Research - UF Journal of Undergraduate Research AbstractsJournal of Undergraduate Research in Physics Journal of Undergraduate Sciences JUSE (The Journal of Undergraduate Science and Engineering) Journal of Young Investigators Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences MIT Undergraduate Research Journal Morehead Journal of Applicable Mathematics ORCA Office of Research and Creative Activities Pittsburgh Undergraduate ReviewReviews in Undergraduate ResearchRose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics JournalStanford Undergraduate Research Journal The UCI Undergraduate Research Journal Undergraduate Research Journal - DISCOVERYUndergraduate Research Journal - IUSB Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences UT Austin Undergraduate Research Journal
Undergraduate Research Fellowships
The College of Natural Sciences funds and/or administers a number of fellowships for students doing research. We can also help direct you to many outside sources of funding for students engaged in research.
|Support for Travel to Conferences|
Attending national and international conferences is an important activity for undergraduate researchers. At conferences, you are able to meet scientists in your field, hear about new research, and present your own work.
To support student travel to conferences, the College of Natural Sciences offers travel grants, typically in the amount of $250 - $500, to help students pay for meeting-related expenses such as airfare, registration fees, meals, and lodging. We encourage students to request funding for travel to conferences from multiple sources. Please indicate all possible sources of funding in the budget you submit as part of your application.
All students attending a conference are eligible to apply for funding, but those who are presenting their research at the conference will be given priority in the review process.
Students must apply in advance of travel. Processing of travel documentation may take several weeks, so it is best to turn in your application for funding at least 14 business days prior to travel. Students will be notified by email if they receive an award.
Or email application and supporting materials to:
If you are notified that you have received a travel grant, the following forms must be turned in to PAI 3.04 at least five working days in advance of your travel:
Please attach the following to this completed form: Your emergency contact information (include name and phone number of person to call in case of emergency), proof of medical insurance, and a copy of your current driver’s license or ID.
All travel-related receipts and documentation must be turned within 30 days of your date of travel.
For more information on UT’s Student Travel Policies: http://www.utexas.edu/student/studentaffairs/travel/index.html