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Civic and Global Affairs Summer Fellowships

The Lampert Institute grants several fellowships each summer allowing Colgate students to design research projects under the mentorship of a faculty member.

This summer fellowship allows the recipients to pursue off-campus research around the globe utilizing a range of research methodologies and technologies. Fellows are then encouraged to disseminate their experiences and findings to the larger Colgate campus through presentations and publications.

Summer 2014 Lampert Fellowship Applications

The application period for the Lampert Fellowships in Public Affairs (summer 2014) is now open.


2013 Fellowship Recipients

Chen Cui
"Left-Behind Children in China: Migrating Parents’ Decision Made by a Cost-Benefit Analysis?"
Directed by Carolyn Hsu, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology

Sara Ebner
"Interracial Interaction on Public Transportation in Post-Apartheid Cape Town, South Africa"
Directed by Rhonda Levine, Professor of Sociology and Anthropology

Eric (Yu) Hu
"Economic Development and Dental Health Care in China"
Directed by Jyoti Khana, Professor of Economics

Samantha Lee
"Guanxi in Academia: Gifting for Grades"
Directed by Carolyn Hsu, Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology

Caroline Libby and Kathleen Maffei
"The Role of Collective Memory: The Disappearance and Reappearance of Justice in post-Dirty War Argentina"
Directed by Mark Stern, Assistant Professor of Educational Studies

Elizabeth Storey
"Dynamics of Teacher Strikes in American Public Education"
Directed by Manny Teodoro, Associate Professor of Political Science

Duy Trinh
"One Disease, Two Treatments? Explaining the Differences in the Anti-Corruption Strategies of Post-Marketization Vietnam and China"
Directed by Michael Johnston, Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science

Juliane Weise
"German Identity after the Fall of the Berlin Wall"
Directed by Claire Baldwin, Associate Professor of German

Catherine Yeh
"Parenthood in Sweden: Cultural Attitudes Towards Gender Roles After the Introduction of Paid Paternity Leave Policy"
Directed by Meika Loe, Associate Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies

Stella (Jeehyon) Yoh
"Does Culture Matter in Think Tanks?  A Socio-cultural Understanding of the Korea Institute of National Unification"
Directed by Albert Yee, Charles Evans Hughes visiting Professor of Political Science

Past Fellows and Projects

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