The Graduate Student Senate Research Award is a competitive award that supports research or project-related expenses for Kent State University graduate students.
APPLICANTS: Apply for the Research Award
*If you or your letter writer is having issues with the above links, please contact the Advocacy Chair, Irina Pavlova, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Information Services Chair Ann Winter at email@example.com.
The judging rubric above will be used by the award committee when they review applications.
If you are awarded the Research Award, please see instructions for payment in your Award Letter. You will need to email your award letter and funding form to the Advocacy Chair. Please view our Business Manager list if you are unsure about who your academic unit's business manager is in the case of departmental reimbursement. Once you have submitted your award letter and funding form, you should receive your award in your bursar account within 21 business days.
2023 - 2024 Academic Year Deadlines
- FALL APPLICATIONS OPEN: SEPTEMBER 1, 2023
- FALL APPLICATIONS CLOSE: OCTOBER 13, 2023
- AWARDEES NOTIFIED: NOVEMBER 3, 2023
- AWARD LETTERS AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TAX FORMS (IF APPLICABLE) DUE: NOVEMBER 17
The Non Resident Award Letter (PDF) pertains to non-resident students who have received an award from the Graduate Student Senate. Please read for further information.
The Resident Award Letter (PDF) pertains to U.S. resident students who have received an award from the Graduate Student Senate. Please read for further information.
◘ If this information does not answer your tax question, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please refer to the GSS Bylaws for further clarification into the policies and procedures associated with this Grant (Articles V-VIII).
For questions regarding the Research Award, please contact the Advocacy Chair, Irina Pavlova, at email@example.com.
COVID-19 UPDATE TO THE RA:
If you plan to apply for the Research Award and your research includes travel: Students are eligible to apply for GSS travel awards with university-sponsored travel reinstated. Travel can increase your chance of getting or spreading COVID-19. Anyone traveling should carefully review the continuously updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance regarding travel. The CDC’s travel website offers detailed information about airline travel, both foreign and domestic, and other travel. Kent State requires university community members to contact the COVID Response Team in certain instances. Please get familiar with Kent State's COVID-19 reporting guidelines and Covid-19 FAQs for Kent State.