Welcome to the University Honors Program Grants & Fellowships collection. This collection serves as both the destination for Honors grant proposal submissions and the public repository for grants that are funded. Where available, published work that results from grant awards can be reached by viewing the Digital Commons profile of the student awardee.
Proposal Submission Instructions
- Take note of the type of grant that you are requesting. You will need to state this selection as part of the submission form. Descriptions of the available grants can be found at http://academics.lmu.edu/honors/research/.
- If you have not already done so, you will need to create a profile under the LMU Digital Commons system (it will ask you to do this the moment you click on the Submit button below).
- Some fields are applicable only to certain types of grants; read their prompts carefully so that you do not miss items that are needed for your grant.
- If your proposal is awarded, it will appear as a public part of this collection.
Letter of Recommendation/Endorsement from Faculty Mentor
Aside from the application and required student documents, you will also need a letter of recommendation from your Faculty Mentor. Your submission will not be considered complete until the letter is sent to the Honors office. Your mentor should send their letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the student’s name and grant type in the subject line for ease of identification.
To apply for a University Honors Program grant, click on the button at the bottom of this page.Submit a Proposal
Submissions from 2017
Tourism in Sandy Row, Belfast, Kelsey Marie Ang
Back to the Basics: How Virtual Reality Films Harken Back to the Invention of Cinema, Chukwuemeka E. Azinge and Andrew York
Tourism in Sandy Row, Bridger P. Caicedo
A Promotional Video for Women in Sandy Row, Emily Canas
Food Culture and Social Integration in Paris, France, Brooke Duplantier
South African identity, as exhibited through domestic animation, Steven J. Johnson
Northern Ireland Beyond Good and Evil Leadership Grant, Alexandra S. Meek
PAGES: A Tactile Art Installation, Khanh-Van Isabel Ngo
Approaches to the Education of Syrian Refugee Children in Greece, Hallie G. Ryan
Political and Social Complexity of the Irish Border: The Impact of a Post-Brexit Border upon the Lives of Irish and Northern Irish Citizens, Haley M. Schlicht and Nolan Jacobs Walker
Honors Northern Ireland Leadership Coordinator Internship, Emily Rose Sinsky
Submissions from 2016
Greek Performance of Identity in Museums and Monuments, Samantha Burton
Greek Tourism Efforts and the Resultant Revenue, Alfredo Y. Hernandez
The transcription factors Swi4 and Hap4 contribute to the regulation of the transcriptional response to cold shock in Saccharomyces cerevisiae., Monica V. Hong, Kevin W. Wyllie, Kevin P. McGee, and Kam D. Dahlquist
Modeling the dynamics of a 21-gene, 50-edge gene regulatory network controlling the transcriptional response to cold shock in Saccharomyces cerevisiae using GRNmap, Katherine G. Johnson, Natalie E. Williams, Kam D. Dahlquist, and Ben G. Fitzpatrick
The Principality of Sealand: Citizens Around the World, Laura Kulik, Elizabeth Holland, and Dawson Taylor
Cultural Awareness in EMS Training and Practice, Quinn M. Lanners
Disney Takes On Mainland China, Megan E. Pepi and Wesley Kading
The Effects of Cation Compounds on Amyloid Proteins in Type-II Diabetes, Shannon M. Pilcher and David Moffet