Honors College Summer Research Scholarships
The Horace McDonell Fellowship
Biology, chemistry, and physics students work with a faculty member on an 8-week full-time research project as a McDonell Fellow.
- February 1 – Applications are made available to students
- February 15 – Preliminary applications are due to the department
- March 1 – Students are notified of the application’s status
- March 15 – Final proposals due to the department
- March 25 – Students are notified about the Fellowship
For more information, please contact Brian Stockman, Chair of the Department of Chemistry at email@example.com.
Honors College Summer Research Fellowships
Honors College students from all majors work with a faculty member on a 6-8-week full-time research project as an Honors College Research Fellow. This can include research abroad.
- March 1 – Applications are made available to students
- March 23 – Final proposals due to the Honors College
- April 1 – Students are notified about the Fellowship
John Anglin – Disarmament and Its Consequences in Mandatory Palestine
Brandon Dove – Musical Perception: Intrinsic Features of Music and Internalization of Sound (MIT Media Lab)
Arthur Fain – Case in Kinase 1 Delta Regulation of Mouse Suprachiasmatic Circadian Clock (University of Massachusetts Medical School)
Matthew Halvatzis – Beyond the Anxiety of Influence: Relationships between writers and their predecessors in the Western Literary Tradition
Michael Khayan – Hugo Chavez and the Bolivarian Revolution
Oliver Littleton – Heroes: What were they, what are they, what will they become?
Mahnoor Misbah – Justice in the 21st Century: An Analysis of U.S. Public Financing of Education
Bryan Montanari – In Search of Being, In Search of Time: Heidegger and Proust
Michael Nicholas – Contextualizing Jane Jacobs in Contemporary NYC Applications
Elizabeth Sam – An Intersectional Feminist Analysis of the Representation of Asian Women in Western Media
Jake Stamoulis – Planning and drafting a novella
Joseph Taglienti – Surveillance and Self-Consciousness in Dangerous Liaisons
Jaggar Community Fellows Program
This fellowship supports over 60 undergraduates to serve as interns with non-profit organizations during the summers. Honors student participants can gain invaluable experiences working with social justice, arts, environmental, medical, and other community-based institutions.