The Dorothy Goodwin Scholars Program provides stipends for a select group of sophomore and junior women students who propose innovative research projects in partnership with a University of Hartford faculty or staff member. To see a list of recently funded scholars, their project topics, and their mentors, click here.
WELFund has approved four women to explore their passions over the summer of 2014...
Nicole Coumes (Art ’16) – will redefine “craft” in the U.S. and renew interest in traditional arts in Hartford across age and gender.
Colleen McLoughlin (A&S ’15) – will assess Connecticut’s actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Mary Pan (Hartt ’15) – will research and perform Mass for the Convent, a multi-movement organ work.
Erin Sniffen (A&S ’16) – will research the involvement of women during the Dublin Easter rising of 1916.
Dorothy Goodwin Scholars are creative self-starters with a compelling research
question who meet the following criteria:
Dorothy Goodwin Scholars for the summer program are chosen each spring, scholars for the academic year program are chosen each summer. Contact Margaret Gooch, program administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 860.768.5289 for more information.