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Undergraduate Research

An Opportunity to Dive Deeper

From research on the eating habits of young adults, to research on the struggles of female sportscasters, to research on phytoplankton in California, students work closely with faculty members and colleagues to dive deeper into their field of study, publish papers, present at national conferences, exhibit nationally and internationally and, yes, win awards. Often, they are able to do so with the assistance of Flagler’s Internal Funding Awards, which can help with some material or travel expenses.

Begin your path to undergraduate research by learning about your professor’s research pursuits and talking to other students who may already be actively participating in undergraduate research.

Our Research Funding Opportunities

Flagler College Internal Funding Awards may vary in total amount from year to year. Review this page for instructions on how to apply for a grant.
In order to better understand the application process, we have provided an example of our Exemplary Undergraduate Research Funding Award Application.
Learn more about the Exemplary Dissemination Grant at Flagler College.
For a student, the research experience is huge because whether they go to grad school or not, they are way ahead of their peers who have never had that experience. - Professor Barbara Blonder, Natural Sciences faculty member and Undergraduate Research Director
Portrait of Professor Barbara Blonder
For a student, the research experience is huge because whether they go to grad school or not, they are way ahead of their peers who have never had that experience. - Professor Barbara Blonder, Natural Sciences faculty member and Undergraduate Research Director