Latino Studies Scholars Program
Notre Dame is proud to announce the launch of the Latino Studies Scholars Program (LSSP). The merit-based scholarship and accompanying curriculum for undergraduate students is designed to attract and shape leaders working to support and empower Latino communities. The scholarship was created by the Institute for Latino Studies (ILS) as part of its mission to advance the understanding of the fastest growing and youngest population in the United States and the Catholic Church. ILS strengthens Notre Dame’s mission to prepare transformative leaders in education, the professions, the arts, economic and civic participation, faith, and family life among Latinos and all members of our society.
Scholars are awarded $25,000 per year for four years of undergraduate study at Notre Dame, along with up to $5,000 per summer for three summers to fund enrichment activities such as internships, conferences, and study abroad. Notre Dame seeks to attract the best and brightest students with an interest in impacting the Latino community. Both students of Latino and non-Latino origin are eligible, and, once selected, students may enroll in any college or major at Notre Dame. The most significant qualification will be a student’s demonstrated interest in and commitment to the future of Latino communities in the United States. Candidates will also show an interest in Latino Studies at Notre Dame.
Overseen by the University’s Institute for Latino Studies, in partnership with the Enrollment Division, the program will provide a curriculum, internships, and research opportunities to engage the cohort of scholars in Latino Studies.
“Leaders in education, the professions, the arts, the Church, business, and politics cannot be successful if they lack core knowledge about Latinos, the fastest-growing and youngest population in the United States. The Latino Studies Scholars Program is at the heart of efforts at the Institute for Latino Studies and Notre Dame to equip our students with the training they need to be transformative leaders in the Catholic Church and society,” says Timothy Matovina, Co-Director of the ILS and Professor of Theology.
As a leading Catholic research institution, Notre Dame recognizes the importance of the growing Latino community in the United States and its impact on the future of the country and the Catholic Church.
“Through the Latino Studies Scholars Program, Notre Dame is demonstrating its commitment to develop the next generation of leaders who are committed to expand the common good,” says Luis Ricardo Fraga, Co-Director of the ILS, Notre Dame Professor of Transformative Latino Leadership, and Joseph and Elizabeth Robbie Professor of Political Science. “One cannot be such a leader in any sector without a deep understanding of Latino communities, the largest ethnoracial group in the country and in the Catholic Church. It is often said that leaders are not made; they are born. We are convinced that whatever the origin of leaders, they must be supported to develop to the full range of their abilities. LSSP is designed to help the next generation of leaders reach that potential as a fundamental part of their undergraduate studies.”
The University expects to enroll a cohort of four funded Latino Studies Scholars in the program’s first year (2017-18) with a planned increase of up to 16 Scholars in future years.
As with all merit scholarships at Notre Dame, selections for the Latino Studies Scholars Program are made as part of the enrollment process. A completed application for admission is used to consider students for merit aid. To be eligible for consideration, a student must apply in either Restrictive Early Action with a complete application by November 1, or in Regular Decision with a complete application by January 1.
Institute for Latino Studies
230J McKenna Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
Arts & Letters Business Boot Camp
October 17-20, 2016
The Career Center and the College of Arts & Letters would like to make you aware of an exciting program just for Arts & Letters students that will take place this coming fall – the Arts & Letters Business Boot Camp!
This unique program offers Arts & Letters students a four-day seminar on various aspects of business operations, understanding and using financial analysis, and solving key management problems through case study analysis. The program takes place in Chicago, IL over fall break. Students will be working as teams to develop and present solutions to a business problem while engaging in employer discussions and presentations. This is a great opportunity to explore careers in business and learn more about your interests while developing new skills!
Throughout the seminar, meals and lodging will be provided with students covering a portion of their expenses. Networking events with employers and Chicago alumni will be an integral part of the program.
To learn more about this program go to: http://careercenter.nd.edu/students/experiential-career-programs/arts-and-letters-boot-camp/.
· Pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree (The College of Arts and Letters must be your primary college - you cannot be double majoring with another college)
· Sophomore or Junior standing as of Fall 2016
· Enrolled full-time & attending class on campus during Fall 2016
· A genuine interest in exploring a career in business
· Apply on Go IRISH with resume and cover letter - keyword "Boot Camp"
· The application will go live in early August and will be due on September 1, 2016
Questions? Please email Maureen Baska (email@example.com).
Global Religion Research Initiative
The deadline for applications is October 17, 2016.
The Center for the Study of Religion and Society in the Department of Sociology at the University of Notre Dame is pleased to announce the launch of the Global Religion Research Initiative (GRRI), directed by Christian Smith and funded by the Templeton Religion Trust of Nassau, Bahamas.
The GRRI will fund over 150 research proposals by distributing $3.1 million to scholars of global religion over the next three years.
The GRRI offers six distinct competitive research and writing grants and fellowships programs available to scholars at all levels of their careers that intend to significantly advance the social scientific study of religions around the world.
Notre Dame undergraduate students interested in conducting independent research on a global religion topic can apply for the Notre Dame GRRI Undergraduate Research Fellowship program, which will provide mentoring, research and travel funding, and office space in a year-long fellowship program. GRRI will accept three classes of undergraduate fellows beginning in Spring 2017. Contract firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Kennedy Scholars London Seminar
Notre Dame International and the College of Arts and Letters are currently accepting applications for the 2018 Kennedy Scholars London Seminar. Selected scholars will participate in a research seminar during the spring semester of their junior year as part of their study abroad experience at the London Global Gateway, and will complete their senior thesis proposal by the end of the semester. On a weekly basis, scholars will visit and be introduced to nine world-class institutions located in London, including the British Library, the London Metropolitan Archives, the Wellcome Library, and the Westminster Diocesan Archives.
The Kennedy Scholars London Research Seminar will help students prepare for senior thesis work—particularly thesis topics relating to London or the United Kingdom, but not necessarily limited to these. Taught by permanent London faculty or Notre Dame faculty in residence at the London Global Gateway, the seminar will familiarize students with research resources available in the UK and introduce students to advanced research methods and academic writing techniques. Students will also have the opportunity to collaborate with top faculty and each other as they navigate research topics.
Students selected as Kennedy Scholars and who successfully complete the seminar will be eligible to apply for a Kennedy Family Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) grant,which awards up to $6,000 to conduct research in the UK after their semester abroad.
Eligibility: Arts and Letters majors with a minimum GPA of 3.7 and who are interested in studying abroad in the London Undergraduate Program during the spring 2018 semester.
To learn more, join us for a general information session on Monday, September 26 at 6:30 pm in 127 Hayes-Healy. For more information or to schedule an individual appointment, please contact Dr. Geraldine Meehan at Notre Dame International, 631-1138.
CHiRP: The Community History Research Project
The Department of History in conjunction with the Higgins Labor Program at the Center for Social Concerns seeks history majors to participate in CHiRP, the Community History Research Project. CHiRP enlists students to help research and write the history of area nonprofits, presenting a great way for the university to assist groups doing important work in our community while providing students concrete, applied opportunities to develop research, writing, and communications skills in practical settings that offer good professional experiences.
The community partner in question this semester is the local chapter of the AFL-CIO, the national federation of labor unions that bring workers of different trades and employers to support each other and improve the community. The president of the local chapter, Tony Flora, is interested in students who can help organize and analyze records, with an eye toward creating a short online history of important events in the organization's past.
American Studies majors may contribute to the project by volunteering over the course of the semester or by seeking permission to register for HIST 48000, a 1-credit graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory basis.
If you are interested in participating or simply learning more about this initiative, please contact Dan Graff directly via email at email@example.com. An initial meeting will be held the week of September 26, so please let Prof. Graff know your interest as soon as possible.
No commitment is required to participate in the initial meeting, so if you have any interest at all or ideas to share, please consider coming.
Columbia University's Journal of Politics & Society
Columbia University’s Journal of Politics & Society is currently accepting student papers for publication in its Spring 2017 Journal. The Journal has consistently published multiple papers by Notre Dame students in the past few years.
The Journal of Politics & Society is an academic journal of the social sciences and history, distributed nationally among academics on EBSCO, Google Scholar, and the Library of Congress. In its 28th year of publication, the Journal features exclusively undergraduate work on political and social issues. The Journal is seeking outstanding student research papers from seminars, upper-level electives, independent study and thesis programs. Papers must be a minimum of 14 double-spaced pages in length, but there is no maximum length.
The deadline for student paper submissions is August 26th, 2016.
If you care to learn more about this organization or wish to view past editions of the Journal, please visit www.helvidius.org.
Camp Dogwood: Summer 2016 Counselor
Camp Dogwood in Madison, Virginia is looking for a male counselor for Summer 2016. Camp Dogwood is the flagship program of the AnBryce Foundation. Located in Madison, Virginia (about two hours from Washington D.C.), Camp Dogwood was created to provide a unique educational opportunity for youth and young adults who lack the necessary resources to participate in a residential camping and enrichment experience outside their home and social settings.
More information is available here.
Department of American Studies Co-Sponsors Newberry American Art and Visual Culture Seminar Series.
Submission Deadline: May 1, 20162016-2017 Academic Year CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The Newberry Seminar in American Art and Visual Culture is open to those working in the art history and visual culture of the United States, from the colonial era to the present. The seminar provides a forum for presenting current research, as well as a venue that brings together a diverse community of local and regional Americanists for intellectual exchange, collegial conversation, and debate.
We construe art history and visual culture in broad terms, embracing painting, sculpture, graphic art, architecture, material culture, as well as commercial and mass-mediated art including illustration, reportage, advertising, caricature, comic art, photography, video, film, and other visual forms. We invite papers that cross and challenge borders both within and outside the discipline that engage questions of methodology and ideology, probe the categories of race, ethnicity, class, and gender, and reflect critically on the state and outlook of the field. We encourage papers that draw upon the Newberry collection. In addition to the usual seminar format, presenters may request a hands-on workshop with original materials from the collection. If you are interested in this option, please indicate this in your proposal. The seminar will meet on the following Fridays from 2-5pm during the 2016-2017 academic year: October 21, 2016; December 2, 2016; February 3, 2017 and April 21, 2017 at the Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois.
To submit a proposal, please visit our webform at newberry.org/scholl and upload a one-page proposal, a statement explaining the relationship of the paper to your other work, and a brief CV. Applications will not be accepted via email.
If you have questions, please contact seminar coordinators Sarah Burns (Indiana University), Diane Dillon (The Newberry), or Erika Doss (University of Notre Dame).
If you are not at present interested in giving a paper but want to receive papers and participate in the discussion, please read our Registration Information found online.
Graduate students whose papers are selected may apply for a travel subsidy of up to $300. The Newberry is unable to provide funds for travel or lodging for other presenters, but can assist in locating discounted accommodations. For further information about Newberry seminars, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIVE. LEARN. INTERN. Programs in Washington, DC
Application Deadline: April 6, 201
Internship period: June 4 – July 29, 2016
**Generous Scholarship Funding Still Available**
Do you have plans yet for this summer? Make an impact by living and working for two months in Washington, DC!
You will live in the heart of Washington, DC:
· Just steps from the White, State Department and National Monuments
· Furnished apartments are on campus at George Washington University
Apply today - there are still generous scholarships to be granted:
· Over $1 million awarded each year
· More than 70% of students receive funding
· Average awards of $1,000 to $4,500
Picture yourself working on one of these exciting projects:
· Develop a strategic marketing plan for a business group lobbying a bill on Capitol Hill.
· Attend a Congressional briefing and write a detailed online report.
· Help run programs for newly arrived immigrants from Africa.
· Cover a press conference at the National Press Club or Senate Press Gallery.
· Research data for a report on cyber terrorism threats and other national security priorities.
· Organize job development activities for DC high school students.
· Plan and develop a social media campaign for human trafficking awareness.
· Attend a strategy meeting with coalition groups advocating for new comprehensive energy policies.
· Make media pitch calls for a best-selling author.
· Book guests for a radio talk show or news broadcast.
· Plan a conference featuring experts from prestigious think tanks.
· Politics, Public Policy & Economics
· International Affairs
· Journalism, Communications & Public Relations
· Service & Community Leadership
· Corporate Business & Government Affairs
· Leadership & the American Presidency
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until April 6. To learn more about the programs and to begin an online application, please visit www.DCinternships.org. Questions may be directed to 202.986.0384 or email@example.com.
State Historical Society of Iowa 2016/2017 Research Grants
Applications must be postmarked by April 15, 2016
The State Historical Society of Iowa (SHSI) announces a grant program for the 2016/2017 academic year. SHSI will award up to ten stipends of $1,000 each to support original research and interpretive writing related to the history of Iowa or Iowa and the Midwest. Preference will be given to applicants proposing to pursue previously neglected topics or new approaches to or interpretations of previously treated topics. SHSI invites applicants from a variety of backgrounds, including academic and public historians, graduate students, and independent researchers and writers. Applications will be judged on the basis of their potential for producing work appropriate for publication in The Annals of Iowa. Grant recipients will be expected to produce an annotated manuscript targeted for The Annals of Iowa, SHSI’s scholarly journal.
Applications for the 2016/2017 awards must be postmarked by April 15, 2016. Download application guidelines from our web site (http://tinyurl.com/j4mur2d) or request guidelines or further information from:
Early American History Internships
Check out this helpful page for a list of internships, research opportunities, and fellowships surrounding Early American History and cultural studies. List includes:
The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, History Scholar Award—Due April 15, 2016
Claude Moore Colonial Farm Internships—no due date listed
Museums of Old York Elizabeth Perkins Fellows Program—no due date listed
Mystic Seaport Summer Internships—no due date listed
Plimoth Plantation Internships—no due date liste
Historic Deerfield Summer Fellowship Program—Due February 8, 2016
Living History Farms (Urbandale, Iowa) Paid Internships—Due February 19, 2016
Mount Vernon Historic Trades Internships—Due February 26, 2016
Newport Historical Society Buchanan/Burnham Internships—Due March 1, 2016
Harper’s Ferry Living History Internships—Due March 1, 2016
Lewes Historical Society Public History Internships—Due March 7, 2016
Old Sturbridge Village College Internships (some paid opportunities)—Due March 7, 2016
For links and more information visit: http://blog.oieahc.wm.edu/undergrad_internships/
Call for Submissions to Fornes Playwriting Workshop
Submission Deadline: Friday, April 1, 2016 by 11:59 p.m. EST
FORNES PLAYWRITING WORKSHOP
August 3-10, 2016
224 S. Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
The University of Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies, in collaboration with the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, the College of Arts and Letters and the Department of Film, Television and Theatre, is seeking writers to participate in a one-week playwriting workshop, in the tradition of award-winning playwright Maria Irene Fornés, to be held in downtown Chicago.
Fornés is considered by many to be the “founding mother” of U.S. Latina/o theatre, and the Fornés Playwriting Workshop will impart her playwriting methods to participants as they immerse themselves in her legacy over the course of one week.
Led by award-winning playwright and Fornés protégée, Migdalia Cruz, the workshop will meet for four hours each day and will culminate in a public reading of selected scenes from workshop students by professional actors in Chicago.
Each selected writer will attend the workshop free of charge and will receive a $250 stipend to help with travel and lodging costs while attending. For those living outside the Chicago area, the workshop will assist in locating reasonably priced lodging.
The workshop will be coordinated by playwright Anne García-Romero, Thomas J. and Robert T. Rolfs Assistant Professor, in the Department of Film, Television and Theatre, at the University of Notre Dame.
Submission Deadline: April 1, 2016 by 11:59 PM EST
Workshop participants will be announced: May 1, 2016
· Must be 18 years of age or older.
· Need to have some previous writing experience.
· Must be available to attend the entire workshop.
· Complete the online application at http://goo.gl/GZXFde
· Submit the following materials online.
1. 20 pages of creative writing (play, fiction, or poetry), in PDF format.
2. A brief professional bio or resume, in PDF format.
3. A brief Artist’s Statement [200 words max] that details your interest in participating in the Fornés Playwriting Workshop, in PDF format.
For more information, please contact Lucas Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Undergraduate Scholars Conference and College of Science Joint Annual Meeting (COS-JAM)
Abstracts must be submitted by March 18, 2016
CUSE would like to announce that it is now accepting abstracts for the 2016 Undergraduate Scholars Conference and College of Science Joint Annual Meeting (COS-JAM). The conference is an opportunity for all undergraduates who would like to present their research, critical analyses, or creative endeavors to gain experience in a conference setting where there are no fees or outside pressure.
The 2016 Undergraduate Scholars Conference sessions will be held on Friday, April 29, 2016 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm in the Hesburgh Library. More information can be found here: http://cuse.nd.edu/undergraduate-research/sharing-research/presenting-research/undergraduate-scholars-conference/
The 2016 COS-JAM sessions will be held Friday, April 29, 2016 from 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm in the Jordan Hall of Science. More information can be found here as it becomes available: http://science.nd.edu/research/undergraduate-research/events/#COS-JAM
Students can submit their abstracts by logging into xur.library.nd.edu.
CUSE Summer Funding Deadline
Application Deadline: March 18, 2016
The deadline for students to submit grant proposals for summer projects (May - August) is March 18, 2016.
All students should review the funding policies before submitting grant applications: http://cuse.nd.edu/undergraduate-research/funding-research/cuse-grants/funding-policies/
Jobs with Impact
Spring Application Deadline: March 13, 2016
Make Your Impact for Our Environment, Our Democracy and Our Future
If you are interested in joining a team of passionate people to make an impact on issues like global warming, clean water, big money’s influence over our democracy and other issues that matter to our future, consider a job with Impact.
Impact is a nonprofit that runs action campaigns. We work in states where we can win positive change for our environment, our democracy and our future.
Impact is now accepting applications to join our team in August 2016! We also have immediate positions available. The spring application deadline is March 13.
If you aren’t looking for a full-time job, you can also make a big difference through an internship with Impact.
You can learn more and apply at weareimpact.org, or you may contact Notre Dame alumna Katie Otterbeck, '15, Impact Campaign Organizer at Katie@weareimpact.org to discuss any questions and potential opportunities.
Institute of Reading Development
Application Deadline: March 15, 2016
Summer Teaching Positions Available: Teach Reading to Students of All Ages This Summer
- Earn more than $6,000 during the summer. Teachers typically earn between $520 and $700 per week while teaching.
- Gain over 500 hours of teacher-training and teaching experience with a variety of age groups.
- Help students of all ages develop their reading skills and ability to become imaginatively absorbed in books.
The Institute of Reading Development is seeking candidates for summer 2016 teaching positions.
We seek applicants with an undergraduate degree or higher from any discipline. We provide a paid training program and comprehensive on-going support.
We hire people who:
- Have strong reading skills and read for pleasure
- Are responsible, hardworking, and have good communication and organizational skills
- Will be patient and supportive with students
The Institute teaches developmental reading programs in partnership with the continuing education departments of more than 100 colleges and universities across the UnitedStates. Our classes for students of all ages improve their reading skills and teach them to experience absorption in literature.
We invite you to submit an online application and learn more about teaching for the Institute here.
Unpaid Summer Internship Opportunity with the Indiana Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology
Application Deadline: March 15, 2016
See PDF here: summer_internship_flyer_at_the_dhpa.pdf
Sorin Scholar Class of 2019 Application Now Available
Application deadline: March 15, 2016
First year students interested in applying to the CUSE Sorin Scholar program should visit: http://cuse.nd.edu/sorin-scholars/application-process/.
The Sorin Scholars program is an initiative of the Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE). The Sorin Scholars program admits 15-20 first-year students annually who are selected through a competitive application process during the spring semester. We select a cohort of students who have excelled during their first year at the University in terms of scholarly engagement (e.g., research, creative endeavors, leadership) but are not part of an existing honors or scholars program on campus. Sorin Scholars are supported during their sophomore, junior, and senior years through specialized advising, unique programming, and priority funding consideration. Chosen from all undergraduate colleges and schools, our scholars represent a wide-ranging, dynamic, and interdisciplinary group.
BACKPACKING WITH A PURPOSE
Operation Groundswell is a non-profit organization that runs international volunteering programs, focusing on social justice issues and working alongside local activists, organizations, and communities. We are looking for globally conscious and socially active students who want to spend their summer exploring some of the most complex and beautiful countries in the world!
If you're into cultural exchange, meaningful community service, and off-the-beaten path adventure, apply by our early bird deadline on February 29th! Space is limited.
*Financial assistance is available for all students on five- and six-week programs.
Check out where we go:
Summer programs are open in the following countries and regions:
India – Education or Gender Rights Southeast Asia – Conservation or Youth Empowerment Middle East – Human Rights Ghana – Global Health Tanzania – Social Innovation Uganda - Development or Youth Empowerment Guatemala – Fair Trade Justice, Human Rights, or Peace & Conflict Peru – Environment
Can’t travel in the summer? Join us for our alternative breaks in the spring!
City Internships' Sydney Program
Application Deadline: Ongoing until filled
City Internships is excited to announce the launch of the Global Internship Program in Sydney this summer. The program will be limited to 50 places.
Students interested in spending their summer in Sydney this year may add themselves to our waiting list by emailing email@example.com.
Places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Interested students are advised to apply ASAP to secure a spot. Students and recent graduates are advised to apply via www.city-internships.com/apply/
City Internships Student Ambassador Initiative
Designed to give students and graduates the opportunity to earn a full scholarship for the Global Internship Program, amongst other incentives, the City Internships Student Ambassador Initiative will close to new applicants on Tuesday 29th February.
Interested students can learn more and apply here: http://city-internships.com/about/student-ambassadors/
City Internships: Four scholarships available for competition winners
City Internships is offering four full scholarships to the Global Internship Program in either London, New York or Los Angeles for summer 2016. The competitions are split across the following themes:
- Demystifying the stock market: Learn how to invest with a model portfolio
- Show us your school spirit: Produce a video showcasing campus life
- Unleash your inner entrepreneur: Craft a winning business idea
- Build your online portfolio: Develop merchandise & digital designs
Each of the four competitions offers a different way for students to develop and showcase their skills in the fields of Banking & Financial Markets; Marketing, Advertising & PR; Business & Entrepreneurship; Art & Design.
A full description of each of the competitions, including directions on how to participate, can be found here: http://city-internships.com/news-and-press/2016-scholarships-competitions-announcement/
City Internships Informational webinar – Tuesday 9th February
Our popular webinar series, led by my co-workers Alex and Clare, is open to new registrants. Our next webinar takes place on Tuesday 9th February at 10.30am (PST) / 1.30pm (EST) / 6.30pm (GMT).
Joining the webinar is free and is a great way to learn about what graduate employers are looking for and more about the 2016 Global Internship Program.
Beaver Island Historical Society - 2016 MUSEUM INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY
Work and learn on America’s Emerald Isle
Beaver Island Historical Society (BIHS) is seeking an intern for the summer of 2016. Located on beautiful Beaver Island in Lake Michigan, BIHS owns and operates two museums and two other properties. Internship dates and hours are negotiable, but likely the intern would work 30 hours per week for 8 weeks; ideally during the months of June and July.
The successful intern candidate should be able to help with the following projects: implementation of recently purchased Past Perfect Museum Software; update and assist in social media marketing – specifically the website and Facebook presence, assist the director with planning and execution of Museum Week activities, offer expertise on current museum displays.
BIHS will offer student interns one set of round trip flight tickets and one set of round trip boat tickets. BIHS will assist the selected intern in finding affordable housing and will provide a $1,000.00 stipend. Additionally, students will enjoy an island summer with immediate access to beautiful beaches, hiking, fishing, and island hospitality and night life.
To apply for an internship, please email a cover letter that details your interest and how your areas of expertise relate to the tasks defined. Also include a resume with contact information for at least two references, and a copy of academic transcripts. To apply, or for more information, contact:
Kathleen McNamara, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline is Friday, March 4, 2016
Slatt Undergraduate Fellowships in Energy Research
ND Energy is pleased to announce the call for applications for the 2016 Vincent P. Slatt Fellowships for Undergraduate Research in Energy Systems and Processes. Undergraduate students who have research interests in advancing new and existing energy technologies and making scientific discoveries for long-term energy solutions should apply. Fellowship awards are up to $5,000 per student and are used to support student stipends, laboratory supplies, and travel to present student research. Applications are currently being accepted February 1-29 for summer 2016 and the upcoming academic year.
Before you apply for a Slatt Fellowship, you must have a proposed research project and a faculty advisor. If you are not currently involved in energy research at Notre Dame and would like to learn more about our faculty who have openings within their laboratories, contact Barbara Villarosa at email@example.com.
Both faculty and students are invited to attend. Register via https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/2059380152872794626