Gelfman International Summer FundDeadline: 03/13/2024 (Tentative)
The Gelfman International Summer Fund has been established by Robert W. Gelfman (Wharton ’53) to create opportunities for personally enriching international research and/or service for students in the summer between their junior and senior year. The Fund is expected to cover two or three students each summer. Penn juniors from any of Penn’s undergraduate schools and in any discipline are eligible.
RealArts @ Penn InternshipsDeadline: 01/16/2024 (Tentative)
RealArts@Penn Internships are structured to foster the application of creative practices to professional industries.
Millennium Oceans PrizeDeadline: 03/31/2024 (Tentative)
The Millennium Oceans Prize supports students passionate about conserving, protecting, and sustainably using oceans, seas, and marine water and life. The winner receives a $5,000 grant.
Penn Student Government Public Service FellowshipDeadline: 04/21/2024 (Tentative)
Paul and Kathleen Barthmaier AwardDeadline: 03/13/2024 (Tentative)
The Paul and Kathleen Barthmaier Award has been established by Kathleen M. Barthmaier (Wharton ’03) to provide financial support to assist with travel expenses related to intellectually enriching undergraduate research or fellowship experiences. While priority will be given to internationally focused projects, proposals focused on domestic (based in the United States) issues will also be considered. Grants will be awarded up to $2,000 depending on the needs of the project.
Student Exhibition Internship
The Penn Museum offers paid internships to three undergraduate students at Penn to work with Museum staff and create a small exhibition. The year-long internship focuses on the planning, development, design, fabrication, and installation of a small exhibition featured in the Penn Museum. Interns will learn first-hand about the curatorial, content development, administrative, and design aspects of staging an exhibition in a large museum. After the exhibition’s opening, students will implement educational programs and events for the Museum’s public and academic audiences.
AAPM’s “DREAM” Program - Diversity Recruitment through Education and Mentoring ProgramDeadline: 02/02/2024 (Tentative)
NNCI Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program in NanotechnologyDeadline: 02/01/2024 (Tentative)
Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs are an excellent way for undergraduates to become acquainted with scientific research and graduate student life. REU programs typically consist of an intensive 10 week summer research experience at a university different than your own. Most research centers sponsor REU-like programs as part of their education and outreach efforts.