To apply for Bingham funds:
Note: an approved Capstone Sythesis Project will be given strong consideration.
- You should be a declared Human Biology major and be prepared to include an unofficial transcript.
- Your proposal should address these questions:
- What do you intend to do?
- Why is the work important?
- What has already been done (by you and by others)?
- What other similar initiatives exist at the University?
- How are you going to do the work?
- Will your project include human subjects?
- How will the project benefit undergraduate education and/or undergraduate community at Stanford?
* If you have material that would supplement your application, you should refer to it within your proposal, and we may request that it be submitted separately.
- What skills will you need to succeed with your project?
- Include an itemized anticipated budget.
- Meet with a faculty member to discuss your proposed project, so that (s)he/they will be familiar enough to comment on its novelty, feasibility, and probable success.
- Faculty reference is required, unless a reference has been submitted with a Synthesis application.
We encourage you to meet and discuss your idea with
Paul Fisher, pfisher at stanford.edu
In the header indicate: Bingham Fund
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