Research Planning and Funding
PERMISSIONS AND RESEARCH COMPLIANCE POLICIES
- Purdue University Committee on the Use of Human Subjects IRB
- Purdue University Committee on Animal Care and Use and Laboratory Animal Care Program
INTERNAL FUNDING SOURCES
- PRF Research Assistantships:
The Purdue Research Foundation provides half-time research assistantships for doctoral students through two programs: PRF Research Grants and PRF Summer Research Grants. The Vice President for Programs of the Purdue Research Foundation has information about these grant competitions.
- Purdue University Graduate Funding Page
Purdue University Incentive Grants: For students who apply to external, multi-year fellowships or dissertation fellowships (the Graduate School maintains a list of eligible competitions). Students must be enrolled in a degree-granting graduate program and plan to continue graduate study at Purdue University in the subsequent year(s). $500 for first multi-year application; $250 for subsequent or for dissertation fellowships; maximum award per student is $1000 per year. Purdue University Graduate School. Deadlines November, March.
- Purdue Graduate Student Government Travel Grants
The aim of the Purdue Graduate Student Government (PGSG) Travel Grant* is to assist Purdue University graduate students in attending technical conferences which in turn will help to develop graduate students professionally and augment the overall quality of research at Purdue. Grants are distributed among graduate students on a competitive basis. Because the number of applications varies each semester and the total budget for Travel Grant varies year to year, the number and amount of awards will not determined until after all applications have been received. Grants are typically about $200 and are awarded to 20-40% of applicants.