Fall/Spring Brackenridge Research Fellowships (University of Pittsburgh)

The Brackenridge Research Fellowships are named for Hugh Brackenridge, the founder of the University of Pittsburgh.  These fellowships support University of Pittsburgh undergraduates who conduct an independent research project, participate in a weekly seminar in which Fellows present and discuss their projects, and attend a series of (almost) weekly faculty lectures.

Eligibility
Full-time, undergraduate students on the Oakland campus who are sponsored by and working with a full-time faculty member during the Fellowship.  The fellowship is open to students from any field and any class, including freshmen and seniors. See website for further details.

Funding
$800

Application Deadline
Mid-November for Spring awards

Additional Information
http://www.honorscollege.pitt.edu/fall-spring-brackenridge-fellowships

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