The Student Initiatives Fund, established and funded by Hopkins engineering alumni and friends of the Whiting School, is designed to reward innovation and increase opportunities for students. The fund allows engineering undergraduates to apply the skills they’ve honed in classrooms and labs and while also using their creativity and problem-solving abilities to pursue new areas of interest.
The 2017 application cycle for the Student Initiatives Fund is currently closed.
Upon completion of your application, please submit your application in-person to: Linda Moulton at email@example.com no later than Monday, April 10, 2017.
The types of projects that are envisioned to garner support from the fund are those that:
The fund will not support:
Individual students may apply for funding, but preference will be given to group projects. Total funding amount varies each academic year. Projects with budgets from $100 to $5,000 have been supported in the past; however, proposals with higher budgets may be considered. No more than one student participating in a group may have previously received or can concurrently receive funding for a project funded by the Student Initiatives Fund. To be considered for funding, please submit a completed application to Lynda Barker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students must obtain the support and signature of a faculty advisor.
If you have any questions about the Student Initiatives Fund application process, please contact Linda Moulton.