Student Grant Application - link to the ROMEO research portal - click Register to create your profile and to access the Student Led Research grant application
- RECEIVE up to $1,500!
- Awards cover any expenses related to the research project or to its dissemination
- Travel awards cover costs for students travelling to a conference in order to present a poster or paper
As a KPU student researcher you can develop your own understanding of research, education, publication, and dissertation development.
Other benefits include:
- Networking with scholars and finding/meeting potential graduate supervisors
- Building your communication skills
- Increasing your academic profile while advocating your beliefs
- Building your resume and graduate school application
- Gaining experience and increasing your confidence
- Influencing positive change in the community
Grant holders can submit their expenses to their faculty member who will forward the information to the Office of Research and Research Services.
* Research involving human participants has to go through the Research Ethics Board, in order to receive funds.
- Register and complete the online ROMEO application as the Primary Investigator, visit: https://kwantlen.researchservicesoffice.com/Romeo.Researcher/(S(l1t4pk20yzcv53ily13jke45))/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fRomeo.Researcher
- Your faculty supervisor will also need to input a little bit of information on the online ROMEO application form
- Submit application at least 30 days prior to the start date of the research activity
- Fill in the Student Led Research Completion Report
- Submit it to Romeo
FUNDED Proposed Research Applications have the following
- Originality and Innovation
- Merit of Research
- Strength of research design and overall feasibility of proposed research
- Interdisciplinary Elements (not mandatory, but encouraged)
- Clarity, presentation, and logic of Proposal
- Relevant academic training and experience
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