Most fellowships are funded directly by Colgate. Additional fellowships receive funding from corporate or foundation grants, individual donors, or individual faculty research grants.
Summertime research often results in the presentation of papers at professional meetings or publication in journals, with undergraduates as co-authors and exhibitors. Students and faculty from all academic departments and divisions
There are two ways for students to pursue research on campus over the summer, outlined below.
There are two ways (outlined below) for students to pursue research on campus over the summer:
- Faculty-initiated fellowships
- Student-initiated fellowships
Students may also be interested in other research opportunities:
Upstate Institute Field School
Summer Field School Fellows work with a community, government, or non-profit partner to create and complete projects that will have a positive impact on the Upstate region.
If you are a faculty member interested in applying for funding to support student researchers over the summer, please see the summer research information page for faculty
Each summer, many faculty members from across the university will have research positions available to students to collaborate on their existing projects. Students interested in collaborating in one of the projects (listed below) may apply to the faculty member through an online application form.
The student will collaborate in the research project at a high intellectual level for up to 10 weeks over the summer, receiving a stipend of $425 per week.
This type of funding envisions research projects supervised by faculty mentors but proposed by students. This research does not need to be related to the faculty member’s research, but the faculty mentor must agree to supervise the student for the duration of the project. Students apply for funding in consultation with faculty mentors. Information about applying and application deadlines may be found at the student-initiated summer research page