Thursday, October 10, 2013

Spring Community Based Research Fellowship through the Honors College

The Honors College is accepting applications for the Spring Community Based Research Fellowship.

The Community-Based Research Fellowship Program supports University of Pittsburgh undergraduate students while they are conducting community-based research projects. Research projects must investigate an issue in the local community. Undergraduate students from across schools and disciplines are encouraged to apply.

The Fellowship awards a stipend of $800 for a semester; in addition, it requires the Fellows to participate in bi-weekly interdisciplinary seminars during the semester in which Fellows will report on their research progress and reflect on how different disciplines enact social change. Fellows must also prepare a final report for the University Honors College, their faculty mentor, and a community partner that details their research efforts and their findings.

The application deadline is November 15th. Please refer to this page ( for more details. To see information about the current 2013 Fall Fellows go to

Ryan Gayman

Honors College Advisor

Academic Community Engagement

University of Pittsburgh

3510 Cathedral of Learning

Pittsburgh, PA 15260

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