Undergraduate research fellowships will be given out by the Andrea Mitchell Centre for the Study of Democracy for initiatives that will start in the summer of 2023 and end during the 2023–2024 academic year.
Both US citizens and non-US nationals are eligible for the Penn CURF Andrea Mitchell Centre Undergraduate Research Grants. Grants of up to $3,000 are available to students to cover research-related costs. It is possible to combine grants with money from other programs.
Grants Sponsor(s): Penn CURF, USA
Host Institution(s): Andrea Mitchell Centre, USA
Grants Worth: Up to $3000 for research expenses
Number of Awards: 10
Study Level: Undergraduates
Nationality: Domestic & International students
Application Deadline: March 15, 2023
Andrea Mitchell Centre Undergraduate Research Grants | DETAILS
Students may receive grants of up to $3000 for research expenses. All full-time Penn undergraduate students enrolled in any school who wish to undertake research pertinent to any dimension of democracy, its practice or theory, as well as the related themes of citizenship and constitutional government, are eligible to apply.
Applicants are expected but not required to conduct research that will contribute to the writing of a Senior Essay or the completion of an independent study course during the 2023-2024 academic year. Work may involve travel to libraries, archives, field or interview sites, or other institutions.
To be eligible for Penn CURF Andrea Mitchell Centre Undergraduate Research Grants, applicants are expected to meet the following conditions:
- Applicants must be domestic or international students
- Applicants will relocate to USA
- Applicants must enrol in full-time program
- Applicants must be ready to study undergraduate courses
- Applicants must have proof of English Language proficiency
How-to-Apply: Applications should be made via the CURF website. For further information, contact Matthew Roth, Administrator of the Andrea Mitchell Center, at [email protected].
Please prepare the following documents as PDFs. Transcripts must be non-secured versions; secured versions prevent us from reading your application and thus will cause your application to be refused.
- Research Statement. A statement not exceeding 1000 words describing the aims and rationale for the research project related to some dimension of “Democracy, Citizenship, and Constitutionalism” that you wish to undertake. Indicate as concretely as possible your preliminary research plans.
- A preliminary budget of your research expenses. Appropriate items include research travel, housing, food, and phone costs, book and document costs, fees to use archives, survey costs, etc.
- An UNSECURED copy of your Path@Penn transcript (print a PDF or take a screenshot from your browser window).
- V. or Resume (optional).
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