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Summer Scholars from left to right: Dahlia LaBan, Jack Ausmus, Daniel Zang, Brianna Martinez and Patrick Graves.
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The Undergraduate Research Program provides opportunities to work on a wide range of research and creative projects
in disciplines across the entire campus.
Summer Scholars ($4000)
and Summer Fellows ($300-$1500)
This year five students in the Social Studies Education Program were accepted into the program and presented their research at the tenth Annual
Undergraduate Research and Service Scholar Celebratory
Summer Scholars: Caleb Owens (left) and Jordan Spencer.
Social Studies Education students may qualify for awards and scholarships given by the History Department.
Smithsonian Institution Fellowships and Insternship Programs are numerous and constantly changing. For more information, call the Smithsonian Office of Fellowships and Internships at 202-633-7070.
Students may also seek internship opportunities through the Career Services Center. If completed in conjunction with UNIV 364, the internship fulfills the DLE requirement.