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Graduate Student Research Resources

College of Education Graduate Student Travel Grants

The College of Education is offering competitive grants for graduate student travel. The grants may be used only for travel to support peer reviewed research presentations at national or international professional conferences. Eligible students must be currently enrolled in College of Education graduate programs. Students are limited to one application per academic year; the acceptance and approval of applications will remain active fall and spring semesters as long as funds are available. Funding levels of up to $1,000 per student.

Click here to access the College of Education Graduate Student Travel Grant Application. 

For more information:
Jeff C. Marshall, Ph.D.

Please note: For graduate students who are approved for a College of Education graduate student travel grant, both travel and submission of receipts for reimbursement must be completed before December 15 for fall semester travel support and before June 15 for spring semester travel support. Reimbursement form and original receipts for all approved expenses including receipts for meals will be processed through the department in which your degree program resides.

Research Equipment and Software

Qualtrics is a survey platform that enables researchers to collect data through online surveys. Researchers may create a survey in the Qualtrics program and then distribute the survey via email containing a link to the survey. The College of Education has a license for Qualtrics which may only be used by graduate students, faculty and staff from the college. For more information regarding accessing and using Qualtrics, please contact Ryan Visser (

The Education Media Center also offers a variety of research and presentation equipment and support. For more information, please visit the EMC Technology page or contact

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