Five CST students earn CARAS grants
Five College of Science and Technology undergraduates have been awarded spring 2021 Creative Arts, Research and Scholarship (CARAS) grants.
- Israel Ben Aron, mathematics & physics, who will be working with Dr. Boris Datskovsky, mathematics
- Nicholas Fry, biochemistry, who will be working with Dr. Darius Balciunas, biology
- Srikar Katta, mathematics & computer science, who will be working with Dr. David Smith, psychology
- Mark Klobukov, physics, who will be working with Dr. Jim Napolitano, physics
- Julia McDonnell, biochemistry, who will be working with Dr. Seonhee Kim, Lewis Katz School of Medicine
The Temple University Office of the Provost and the deans of Temple University’s schools and colleges provide this funding opportunity to encourage and support undergraduate students engaged in scholarly, creative, and research projects that contribute to advancing their field of study.
The CARAS program makes two types of grants: Research/Creative Project Grants and Travel Grants. Research/Creative Project Grants provide undergraduate students grants of up to $4,000 in support of scholarly, research or creative arts projects undertaken with the supervision of a Temple faculty mentor. Travel Grants provide funding support for undergraduate travel to conferences to present original research or creative work.