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2013 Summer Scholar Spotlight

Ilana Ben-Exra

Ilana Ben-Ezra
History and political science major
Assistant Professor Elizabeth Casteen, mentor

2013 Summer Scholars and Artists

Ilana Ben-Ezra
History and political science
Assistant Professor Elizabeth Casteen, mentor

Joshua Chorman
English and cinema
Associate Professor Ariana Gerstein, mentor

Chunhui Dai
Electrical engineering
Assistant Professor Seokheun Choi, mentor

Sarah Davis
Integrative neuroscience
Professor Ralph Garruto, mentor

Matthew Epstein
Bioengineering
Assistant Professor Gretchen Mahler, mentor

Raymond Futia
Cell and molecular biology
Assistant Professor Heather Fiumera, mentor

Joy Hallmark
Integrative neuroscience
Associate Professor Christopher Bishop, mentor

Jin Woo Lee
Mechanical engineering
Assistant Professor Peter Huang, mentor

Mallory Mecca
Sociology and economics
Associate Professor Kelvin Santiago-Valles, mentor

Mike Miller
History
Associate Professor Elisa Camiscioli, mentor

Patrick Schechter
Cinema and psychology
Assistant Professor Tomonari Nishikawa, mentor

Joel Thomas
Cell and molecular biology and philosophy
Associate Professor Anne B. Clark, mentor

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About the Summer Scholars and Artists Program

The Binghamton University Undergraduate Research Center offers the Summer Scholars and Artists Fellowship to support undergraduates in special research, scholarship or creative activities during the summer.This prestigious award provides a stipend to permit students to conduct primary research or creative activities with guidance from faculty mentors. The fellowship is intended to support the student's original research or creative project(s), not to support research assistance for a faculty member's research project.

During summer 2013, student scholars and artists produced films, conducted field and bench research, and explored research questions on topics that spanned the world and covered Medieval times to the present. The nature of the summer experience is discipline specific. For example, proposals for theater apprenticeships or individual study for students in music performance are appropriate along with those for other types of creative activities. Proposals from students in all academic disciplines, departments and colleges are welcome.

The fellowship supports undergraduate students in at least eight weeks of full-time scholarly activity. Each fellowship consists of a $3,000 student award and a $1,000 faculty award. Support for the awards is provided by the divisions of Academic Affairs and Student Affairs.

Deadline

The deadline for fellowship applications is in early February.  Students applying for summer apprenticeships (i.e. summer theater) must submit completed applications for those positions with the SSAP application. Please note that the award will be contingent on being accepted to the apprenticeship.

Eligibility Requirements

Expectations

Evaluation Criteria

Proposals will be evaluated based on:

Applications

Additional information and application instructions are available here.

 

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Last Updated: 4/18/14