Experiential Project Presentation Support Program

Funding for the program is available on a first come, first serve basis. Priority will be given to Undergraduate Experiential Student Scholars.

The purpose of the Experiential Project Presentation Support program is to support and assist students in partnering with a faculty or staff mentor to present findings from experiential projects at state, regional, national, and international academic forums related to their discipline.

Students must be mentored by faculty of staff mentor, who agrees to work with the student in preparing the presentation. Poster presentations are also eligible.

Amount of award

If approved, students will receive an award of up to $375, for the following expenses:

  • Airfare (we can help purchase your ticket)
  • Mileage (if driving to/from the event)
  • Event Registration (we can pay for this in advance)
  • Hotel


Elia Tamplin
Coordinator of Experiential Learning
Pioneer Center for Student Excellence, BHL 228
(940) 898-4107

Page last updated 10:39 AM, August 25, 2020