CSURF Undergraduate Travel Awards
Administered by CSURF and the Honors College. Direct completed applications to the UNCW Honors College Office, 2nd floor, Randall Library. Once travel is complete, students must turn in a Reflection Paper about the experience. Here are some examples of completed Reflection Papers.
The purpose of these awards
is to encourage scholarship among undergraduate students at UNCW.
Undergraduate students may apply for funds to assist with travel to professional conferences. Students must be on the program as authors or co-authors. All students
must have a faculty sponsor, and faculty members must accompany students receiving awards for travel to professional conferences.
Award Amount & Limitations:
- Awards up to $1000 (reimbursed expenses)
- Undergraduate student receiving award must be "on the program"- that is, an author of the research being presented. Documentation of presentation acceptance is required.
- Reimbursement offered for registration, travel expenses, hotel expenses (for SHARED rooms). Meals (per diem), membership fees, baggage costs on airlines, and optional workshops or programs are not reimbursable.
- Individuals are eligible for one award per academic year, regardless of amount of award. Funds are allotted for entire academic year - requests will be reviewed until funds are exhausted, so students planning on spring or summer conference travel should submit applications as soon as possible to ensure availability of funds. All reimbursements will be processed through the Honors office, but travel forms must originate in the home departments. See your departmental office about necessary travel forms before traveling. Applicants must retain all appropriate receipts for reimbursement.
- The student must be enrolled in a class for which the conference presentation is required.
- All students must have a faculty sponsor and faculty must accompany students receiving awards for travel to professional conferences.
- Funds received for travel reimbursement may be taxable; however, if the student’s travel directly benefits the university they may be tax-exempt.
- The student is expected to present (or at least provide an abstract for) the research at a UNCW
showcase of student research, an event that is open to the entire university.