Graduate students across disciplines are encouraged to apply for summer scholarship programs before Jan. 8, 2024
Graduate Community Engagement Summer Scholars is one of two programs that provides highly motivated graduate students the opportunity to immerse themselves in community-based or anti-racism projects.
The programs were established by Lynette Overby, former CEI director, with funding from Laffey-McHugh and UD’s Graduate College.
Scholars receive a stipend of $5,000 to spend 10 weeks in full-time pursuit of research or a creative project.
Graduate students across disciplines are encouraged to apply for the Graduate Community Engagement Summer Scholars Program or the Graduate UD Anti-Racism Initiative Summer Scholars Program before Jan. 8, 2024. Decisions will be announced on Jan. 30. Questions about the programs can be directed to BlueHensEngage@udel.edu.