Undergraduate Students

The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences offers an incredible array of opportunities for student researchers in the areas of natural science, social science, and humanities.

Current undergraduate students within the Krieger School can seek research awards such as Woodrow Wilson, DURA, Bander Family Fund, and the William F. Clinger Jr. Award.

Additionally, the Second Decade Society provides summer internship grants for undergraduates and the Meg Walsh Award for one selected graduating senior. Departments, programs, and centers often offer their own research award or funding opportunity.

Students are also encouraged to look beyond the School of Arts and Sciences for research funding:

  • Hugh Hawkins Research Fellowships are awarded annually to undergraduate students from any school at Johns Hopkins who wish to conduct research into an aspect of the rich history of Johns Hopkins University .
  • The Hopkins Office for Undergraduate Research (HOUR) offers the PURA Award, the Summer Training and Research (STAR) Program, and puts on DREAMS, a campus-wide day of undergraduate research.