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The SUPER Fellowship program is designed to provide underrepresented (broadly defined) undergraduate students with exposure to research and careers related to the social sciences. We want to inspire students' engagement and future involvement in social science research.
6-week research experience; Summer 2019, Session A (May 20-June 27, 2019).
Students will engage in a research project under the direction and support of SSFD faculty and graduate students.
The deadline for application is Friday, November 30, 2018, and the deadline for the recommendation form is Friday, December 14, 2018.
The program will take place during Session A of the Summer of 2019. Fellows will spend 6 weeks in the program from May 20, 2019 to June 27, 2019
To apply for the SUPER Fellowship, please complete the online application.The online application form will ask you the following information:
A letter of recommendation from a faculty member or other academic professional is also required. When you apply, you will asked to submit your recommender's contact information. Once the application is submitted, your recommender will receive an email with a link to complete their recommendation.
Admission to the program will be announced on January 21, 2019.
If you have any questions or you require additional information, please contact Manuela Jimenez Herrera, Program Chair, at Manuela.Jimenez@asu.edu
October 9, 2018 | Putting graduate school in reach - The Sanford School's Summer Undergraduate Program for Engaging with Research is an intensive six-week program designed to provide underrepresented students with hands-on research experience and guided professional development.
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Major: Family and Human Development Studies
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Major: Family and Human Development
Minor: Women and Gender Studies
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Major(s): Communication and Family and Human Development
Year in school: Senior
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