SGA grant recipient Sam Fouts on location in Cambridge, U.K., where he studied British Choral Pedagogy.
Funding will allow the grant recipients to pursue independent scholarly research or a creative/artistic endeavor under the close supervision of an academic mentor; students are encouraged to undertake a project that prepares them for responsible engagement with the world.
Summer research grant recipients will be awarded to students in any discipline or area of study. Students 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 assist in the development of their project; faculty will receive stipends congruent with their involvement in the project. Current juniors, sophomores, and first-year students are eligible to apply.
Applications for summer 2017 are due January 27, 2017.