Research Grant Award
The ideal proposal will extend knowledge of, participation in, and support of internship/cooperative education in Ohio. If you receive the award, you will be required to present your research results at the OCEA Conference in May and to allow OCEA to publicize your work. The Research Award is up to $1000. The recipient will typically receive half when the proposal is selected and the remainder at the following year’s annual conference.
1. Research will be evaluated on the aim or purpose of the research and the methodology employed.
2. The research should have a specific and concise aim or purpose and should meet at least one of the criteria below:
3. The methodology will be evaluated by its clarity and strength. While research need not necessarily be empirical or statistical, the methodology should allow for appropriate analysis, and be able to support any subsequent findings. An explanation of methodology may include but is not restricted or limited to the following:
Application will open in January 2019.
2018 Winner: Brittany Arthur, University of Cincinnati