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Dr. Alan J. Allery Health Research Award

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Sponsor
University of North Dakota Center for Rural Health
Deadlines
Oct 12, 2018
Contact

Dr. Jacque Gray
jacqueline.gray@und.edu

Purpose

The Dr. Alan J. Allery Health Research Award will be presented to two promising American Indian student health researchers. Awards will be presented to one undergraduate student and one graduate student.

Research may be published or unpublished, a single study or a body of work, the work of an individual or a team. The student’s work on a project team must be identified.

Each nomination will be evaluated on:

  • Quality of research
  • Significance of the research
  • Impact of the research
  • Types of research experience
  • Contribution to the research project(s) under consideration

The award will be announced at the 2018 American Indian Health Research Conference in Grand Forks, North Dakota on October 20, 2018.

Eligibility

Current graduate or undergraduate students are eligible. Research should have been conducted during the student’s higher educational experience.

Applications are encouraged from North Dakota students, but will be accepted nationwide.

Geographic coverage
Nationwide, with a preference for North Dakota.
Amount of funding

Each winner will receive an individual award for display. The winners' names will also be engraved on the permanent award displayed at the University of North Dakota's American Indian Center.

Application process

Nomination instructions are listed on the program website.

Nominations may be sent by mail, email, or fax to:

Allery Award Committee
Center for Rural Health
University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences
1301 N Columbia Road, Stop 9037, Suite E231
Grand Forks, ND 58202-9037
Fax: 701.777.6779
jacqueline.gray@und.edu.

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American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians · Research methods and resources · North Dakota



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