The Dean’s Award for Summer Research was created to encourage advanced Gallatin undergraduates to pursue an original research or creative project related to their concentration.
All Gallatin undergraduates entering or in their junior year (and who have at least one semester remaining at Gallatin) at the time of application are eligible. In credit terms, eligible students have earned a minimum of 48 credits and will not graduate before the fall conference.
In accepting a grant, the student agrees to the following:
Maintain and contribute posts to the DASR blog over the course of the summer
Write a scholarly paper on their research to be submitted at the end of the summer
Present their research at a Gallatin student conference during the fall semester
Failure to complete all requirements in a timely manner will affect participation in the DASR Conference in the fall semester.
Deadline for Proposals
To begin no sooner than May of the semester in which you apply. Grants are intended to support research conducted during the summer months.
All applicants who have previously received a Dean’s Award and have failed to complete its requirements will not be considered for another award.