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Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards

Honors the best research projects produced each year by Temple University undergraduates.

Who is Eligible?

The Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards are open to all undergraduate students currently enrolled at Temple University, as well as students who completed coursework in the Fall semester of the previous calendar year (i.e. January graduates). For the General Education Award, only work completed as part of a GenEd course will be considered.

Submitted projects will have been initiated no earlier than the Spring semester of the year prior to the submission date. In addition to course work, projects undertaken during internships, fellowships, and summer self-directed study are now eligible for consideration.

Applicants must be present at the Awards Ceremony to receive the award. Applicants agree to deposit a copy of their paper or project to the Temple Undergraduate Research Awards digital collection. Submission of a pre-publication draft in such a collection does not typically prevent future publication of one's research.