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Academics

Presentation Award

The Student Research Presentation Award supports up to $400 for costs associated with travel to a conference to present research or creative work.

The primary purpose of a Student Research Award is to defray the costs of student research and other scholarly and creative endeavors in pursuit of a degree from Otterbein University. The selection process for the awards is competitive. Applications are evaluated by the Student Research Fund Committee, comprised of faculty members. They will consider each application for completeness and adherence to the guidelines.

General SRF Policies and Procedures can be found here.

Below is a full listing of Presentation Award requirements and information. Applicants should review these areas before beginning their proposals. Any questions can be directed to Jeff Rudzinski or Diane Nance in the Office of Sponsored Programs.

Presentation Award Requirements/Information

  • General Eligibility

  • Eligible and Non-eligible Expenses for Presentation Awards

  • Award Limitations

  • Proposal Contents

  • Support Letter

  • Multiple students presenting at the same conference

  • Application Requirements, Reimbursement for Expenditures, and Final Reports

  • Deadlines

/Office of Sponsored Programs

Towers Hall
Rooms 12, 13 and 14
1 South Grove Street
Westerville, Ohio 43081
f / 614.823.3101

/ Staff

Diane Nance, Director
p / 614.823.1846
e / dnance@otterbein.edu

 

Paige Zilincik, Assistant Director
p / 614.823.1847
e / pzilincik@otterbein.edu 

 

Jeffrey Rudzinski, Grants Coordinator
p / 614.823.1845
e / jrudzinski@otterbein.edu