Undergraduate Funding Resources

Departmental Resources

Sociology Undergraduate Research Grant Competition

The Department of Sociology announces a grant competition for undergraduate research. It is open to Sociology majors, and it will award 5 grants of $500 each. Students will work with a Sociology Department faculty member during the Spring 2020 semester. Students can propose their own research or work on a faculty member’s ongoing research project. The goal of this program is to give Sociology majors practical research experience.

Undergraduate students are encouraged to contact potential faculty mentors directly, but Sociology majors who need help finding a faculty mentor may email Ms. Covey (katherine.covey@uconn.edu) describing your sociological interests.

Applications are due October 14, 2019. Please click here for more details and to access the application.

Janet M. Fierberg Scholarship

The Janet M. Fierberg Scholarship Fund in Sociology was endowed by I. Martin Fierberg and Janet M. Fierberg, an alumna of UConn who studied Sociology and had a career in social work. Two scholarships of a minimum of $2,000 each will be awarded every year to outstanding students in their junior or senior year at UConn who are planning to pursue graduate study in Social Work or Sociology or first year students in the UConn School of Social Work.

Applicants must be Sociology majors or minors, first year students in the UConn School of Social Work, or students who have applied to and will be accepted into the UConn School Of Social Work. All awards will consider need and future professional promise.

Additional Funding Opportunities

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) – Scholarships

UConn Office of Undergraduate Research – Funding Opportunities

UConn SHARE Program

UConn Financial Aid Office – Scholarships

UConn Education Abroad Office – Scholarships

 

Please note: All information, awards, and funding sources are subject to availability and may change at any time.