In addition to Undergraduate Research Student Grants and departmental research programs, students may find additional means to support their projects.
Are these resources a good fit for your project?
Students interested in researching oral traditions or in creating an oral history of a group or institution may apply for funding from the Stanford Storytelling Project.
Eligible students may arrange to work on faculty research projects for hourly pay. For more information visit the Financial Aid website.
Students interested in pursuing research and internships related to international policy and international affairs can find a variety of funding opportunities within the GOES program offered by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies.
Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research offers research opportunities for Stanford undergraduates throughout the year. Undergraduate Research Assistants work directly with SIEPR faculty on faculty-led projects and build up skills to conduct policy-relevant economics research. Students also engage with the broader SIEPR community at UGRA seminars and roundtable discussions, and other SIEPR events. We invite students from all areas of study to apply for UGRA positions, and look forward to the diverse backgrounds and perspectives that each student brings to the program.
Stanford Global Studies, with 14 centers and programs, offers funding for research, language study, internships, public service, and more.
Groups of students and registered student organizations are eligible to apply for grants for producing on-campus performances and exhibitions featuring Stanford students.