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The program is open to qualified institutions in the United States and Puerto Rico that offer an American Chemical Society-approved program in chemistry and confer 10 or fewer graduate degrees annually in biology and chemistry combined. Public and private primarily undergraduate colleges and universities, which met all of the following criteria, are eligible to compete.

  • Not be a 2006, 2005, or 2004 Merck/AAAS USRP award recipient
  • Located in one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, or Puerto Rico
  • Not-for-profit entity as defined by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service Tax Code under section 501(c)(3)
  • Offer an American Chemical Society-approved BA/BS chemistry program
  • Confer an average of ten or fewer graduate degrees annually over the past five years in biology and chemistry combined

Award Selection
Each application is reviewed and rated by an independent panel of scientists and educators chosen by AAAS. The panel recommends award selections to The Merck Company Foundation. Award selection criteria are listed in the application.

If you have further questions or require additional information, contact the program representative at Merck@AAAS.org.

Deadline for Receipt: 5:00pm, Friday, 3 November 2006




  

 

Since 1993, a wide range of institutions have been awarded Undergraduate Science Research Program grants.

 

Merck and AAAS congratulates this year's award recipients and commend their dedication to providing research experiences in chemistry and biology for undergraduate students.

  • Appalachian State University
  • Drew University
  • Lewis & Clark College
  • Loyola Marymount University
  • Macalester College
  • Simmons College
  • State University of New York at Oswego
  • Swarthmore College
  • SUNY College at Brockport
  • Trinity University
  • University of Illinois at Springfield

Please click here for a short list of funded projects and grant recipients for the years 2001-2005.





  

 

Emily Therese Cloyd, Director of AAAS Center for Public Engagement with Science and Technology, explores institutional change for Public Engagement as illustrated by work performed by the AAAS Leshner Leadership Fellows.

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