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Dorothy Goodwin Summer Scholars

The Dorothy Goodwin Summer Scholars Program provides stipends for a select group of sophomore and junior women students who propose innovative summer research projects in partnership with a University of Hartford faculty member.

Eligibility

Dorothy Goodwin Scholars will be creative self-starters with a compelling research
question who meet the following criteria:

  • Women students who are sophomores or juniors (rising juniors or seniors) in any school or college of the University of Hartford studying any academic discipline are eligible to apply.
  • Good academic standing (3.0 or above for over-all GPA; 3.5 or above for major).
  • Original scholarly or creative project that will be explored in partnership with a University of Hartford faculty member (adjunct faculty may participate) in the summer of 2010 for a minimum of 10 weeks, 20 hours per week. Research will likely take place on campus, but might also be pursued in other geographic locations if appropriate for the participants and the project.

Dorothy Goodwin Summer Scholars are chosen each spring. Contact Margaret Gooch, program administrator, at gooch@hartford.edu or at 860.768.5289 for more information.

Click here for 2014 guidelines.

Click here to download our brochure.

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