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Hoesley Digital Literacy Fellows Program

Deadline: 05/15/2023 (Tentative)

The Penn Libraries welcomes current juniors and seniors to apply for the Hoesley Digital Literacy Fellows Program. Partially funded by a generous gift from Board Member Jim Hoesley and his wife Sandee Hoesley, and conducted in collaboration with Career Services, the School of Arts and Sciences, and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Fellowships (CURF), this program encourages creative exploration of technologies commonly used in our rapidly evolving 21st century workplace and beyond. Throughout the experience, Fellows will receive hands-on training and support as they design and develop a digital project and curate their professional digital presence.

Gutmann-Doyle Research Opportunities Fund

The Amy Gutmann and Michael Doyle Research Opportunities Fund is used at the discretion of the director of CURF to assist students with activities associated with their independent research projects. This may include covering the cost of travel to research sites, or assisting with living expenses during a research project away from campus.

Andrea Mitchell Center Undergraduate Research Grants

Deadline: 03/20/2023 (Tentative)

The Andrea Mitchell Center for the Study of Democracy will award up to 10 undergraduate research fellowships for projects to be begun in the summer of 2022 and completed during the 2022-2023 academic year

College Alumni Society Undergraduate Research Grant

Deadline: 10/23/2023 (Tentative)

Members of Penn’s alumni community have created a number of grants to support research and scholarly work of undergraduates in the College of Arts and Sciences. Due to the generosity of Penn alumni, grants are now available in both the Fall and Spring semesters. Complete descriptions of these awards are available at the end of this announcement.

Class of 1971 Robert J. Holtz Fund

Deadline: 03/20/2023 (Tentative)

The Class of 1971 established this fund in honor of its 25th reunion and in memory of their classmate Robert J. Holtz to help pay the costs of research projects proposed by students. The Holtz Fund provides funds for students pursuing an independent scholarly project during the academic year or summer. Funds can be used for costs of materials and supplies, toward travel costs, or for costs of the project.

camra Fellows

Deadline: 04/08/2023 (Tentative)

The camra Fellows Program provides undergraduate students at the University of Pennsylvania with the opportunity to explore and engage multiple media forms for their own research projects with the support and guidance of experienced researchers. Fellows must show interested in an individual media-based project they would like to work on during the program. This can be for a course requirement, an independent project, or a senior thesis.

Bodek Prize for Research on Interracial and Interfaith Relations

Deadline: 03/26/2023

The Urban Studies Program, through funding from “The Gordon Bodek Program in Urban Studies for Enhancing Dialogue, Inquiry, and Public Sensitivity about Interracial and Interfaith Relations” seeks to encourage outstanding undergraduate research on issues related to this topic. The Gordon Bodek Prize will be awarded annually to a student in any of the undergraduate departments and schools at Penn for the best paper addressing issues of interracial and interfaith relations.

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