To recognize exemplary scholarly achievements, monetary prizes will be awarded. One first-place award ($100; group presentations of more than 4 people will evenly split $400) will be given in each presentation category. (Note: only undergraduate student presenters are eligible for awards. Co-authors and presenters without RCR training are not eligible.) First-place award recipients, whether in an oral, poster, or performance presentation, are eligible to submit their work for consideration for the UURAF Grand Prize, a $500 award. All materials submitted for the UURAF Grand Prize must comply with grand prize guidelines. The Editorial Board and staff members for the Red Cedar Undergraduate Research Journal (ReCUR) will review submissions. A total of two grand prizes ($500 each) will be awarded to one program from the science, engineering, and mathematics related categories and one program from the arts, humanities, and social sciences related categories. Group presentations will evenly split the prize money. Grand prize recipients will be notified by mid-June.
2021 Grand Prize Recipients
Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts Grand Prize: Berkley Sorrells, Stitched Together: Documenting the Vibrancy of Black Bottom Detroit Through Redwork Quilting
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Grand Prize: Mackenzie Greene, FDA Approved Drug Bicalutamide Rescues Male Mice from Kennedy’s Disease
A full list of 2021 first place recipients by category can be viewed here.
Past Award Recipients
Past UURAF Program Books as well as lists of past UURAF award recipients are available in the past forums section of this website.07.13.21