Adding summer fellowships will allow students to engage in research, creative endeavors, or study in the United States or abroad.
The University will provide more opportunities for talented, high-achieving students to pursue undergraduate research or creative projects during the summer term. Fellowships extend learning outside the classroom as students pursue their own line of inquiry, apply the methodologies of their discipline, address local and global problems, and develop and implement solutions. Participating students will become better positioned for external fellowship competitions such as Rhodes, Marshall, and Fulbright.
To support this initiative, contact:
Associate Vice President, Development and Campaigns
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