Undergraduate Research Scholarships
Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship
After Dr. Kulkofsky passed away on January 13, 2011 at the age of 30, a scholarship was established in her name by Sarah's family members. The Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship provides scholarship support to Texas Tech University undergraduates engaged in a faculty guided research project. The scholarship award is $500 per student, with equal disbursements in the fall and spring semesters.
Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship for Social Sciences
A second fund was established in 2016 by Mr. Tory Ervin, one of Sarah's research mentees. The Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship for Social Sciences provides scholarship support to Texas Tech University undergraduates engaged in a faculty guided research project in the social sciences. The scholarship award is $500 per student, with equal disbursements in the fall and spring semesters.
Give to the Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship Funds
Individuals who would like to contribute to the Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship or the Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship for Social Sciences Fund can do so by clicking the box below:
Applications for the 2019-2020 Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship for Social Sciences will open late fall 2018.
Applications are reviewed by a committee of TTU faculty and staff. The recipient will be recognized during TrUE's annual undergraduate research banquet. The 2019 TTU Undergraduate Research Banquet will take place place on April 4, 2019.
- Current Texas Tech undergraduate student engaged in a research faculty guided research project in the social sciences.
- Full-time student, as defined by Texas Tech University (TTU)
- In good academic standing with TTU
- Eligible to receive scholarship funding
Applicants must submit all completed scholarship documents to the Center for Transformative Undergraduate Experiences by 5:00 p.m. on February 8, 2019.
Include: scholarship application, essay responses, and letter of recommendation from student's current undergraduate faculty mentor.
Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky
Sarah Christine Kulkofsky, began working at Texas Tech University as an Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies in 2007. During her time at TTU she excelled in her position and received many accolades. "Dr.K," as students often referred to her, truly loved research and her students, and instilled her thirst for knowledge in them.