Stipends (or FTR contributions) and other funds supporting student-faculty collaboration on research projects during the summer are available through numerous funding sources. These programs are summarized on the Student Research web page.  All opportunities, with the exception of the Collaborative Summer Research Program outlined below, are limited to specific disciplines, and may bear additional restrictions. Faculty considering these opportunities should contact the director of the program of interest.

The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program for students interested in academic careers in selected fields – Karin Vélez (, Associate Professor, History.

The Beltmann Program for student-faculty collaborative research in the physical sciences (no stipend provided to the faculty member in this program).  See Rebecca Hoye (, Professor of Chemistry.

The Collaborative Summer Research Program provides student stipends plus support for project expenses and student travel for 10 weeks of collaborative scholarly work in the summer.  Applications and Guidelines are available now.  Deadline to submitted is February 18, 2019.