SGA grant recipient Sam Fouts on location in Cambridge, U.K., where he studied British Choral Pedagogy.
Funding will allow grant recipients (fellows) to pursue independent scholarly research or a creative/artistic scholarship endeavor under the close supervision of an academic mentor; students are encouraged to undertake a project that prepares them for responsible engagement in the world (BREW).
Summer research grant recipients may be awarded to students in any discipline or area of study. Students should plan to devote approximately 300 hours or more to their project, and will receive a summer stipend of $3,000, a $750 travel award, and a research award for expenses totaling $700. Each applicant must identify an academic mentor to provide an application recommendation and assist in the development of their project. Mentors may receive a stipend congruent with their involvement in the project and other available support.
Applications for summer 2018 are due 26 January 2018. Current juniors, sophomores and first-year students are eligible to apply.