Undergraduate students at Gallaudet have unparalleled opportunities to collaborate with faculty whose research is changing lives throughout the world.
Several funding programs are listed below. Explore our majors for more information on opportunities in specific fields.
Funded by the National Science Foundation, the Gallaudet University S-STEM Scholars Program provides scholarships and academic support to academically talented, financially disadvantaged deaf and hard of hearing students who are pursuing B.A. or B.S. degrees in biology, chemistry or mathematics.
Deaf and hard of hearing undergraduate students from throughout the United States may apply for paid summer internships to work with Gallaudet faculty on research projects. Past projects have included topics in genetics, environmental science, and cell and cancer biology.
VL2 is an international center at Gallaudet created to explore visual learning and apply research findings to develop advanced educational techniques and technology. Undergraduate and graduate students in the VL2 Student Network may apply for funding to attend conferences and meetings, gain training in new research methodologies and conduct research projects.