I would encourage you to apply for this:
Richard Miller, the Director of the Poynter Center, has announced that the Poynter Center for the Study of Ethics and American Institutions is accepting applications for the Undergraduate Research Prizes in Practical Ethics. The Poynter Center may award up to ten undergraduates $200 prizes for research in the area of practical ethics. Projects should address theoretical and applied dimensions of a moral issue in public life. Possible projects might include, but are not limited to, political ethics, environmental policy and ethics, biomedical ethics, research ethics, journalistic ethics, corporate responsibility, sexual ethics, and the like.