The Luann Dummer Center for Women offers an annual award of $4,000 to a St. Thomas graduate student conducting research on a topic related to women. Full- and part-time students in all graduate programs are invited to apply. The research may be conducted as part of a course, a thesis or a dissertation. It may consist of a credit or noncredit independent study. The research must take place during the grant period, and the researcher must agree to present the results in a forum sponsored by the women's center at the end of the grant period. For additional information, call, (651) 962-6118 or visit the LDCW website.
The Art History Student Research Grant provides funding to support student research involving domestic or international travel to visit archives, libraries, museums, and other research sites. Both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to apply. Preference is given to well-defined research projects that will allow students to gather primary source materials for a substantial research project (for example, a senior paper or qualifying paper). Up to two grants, each in the amount of $1000, are available each year. Please see the document ARTH Student Research Grant for full guidelines.