USD Graduate School Awards Research and Creative Scholarship Grants
“These grants allow students to pursue research and creative scholarship projects or travel to professional meetings and present their work to peers,” said Ranjit Koodali, dean of the USD Graduate School. “These projects represent some of the best research from the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Fine Arts, Sanford School of Medicine, and School of Education.”
The grants, up to $750 to be used in the Spring or Summer of 2018, are awarded through a competitive process conducted by the Graduate Council. USD is the largest provider of graduate education in the state of South Dakota, with over 70 graduate and professional programs.
View a complete list of the award winners for the Fall 2017.
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