Additional Research Opportunities
Below you will find a listing of potential research opportunities, fellowships, and programs at Emory.
CLSPE provides undergraduate fellowships supporting students interested in political science. Fellows participate in the Center’s seminars and conferences, meet with leading scholars, participate in ongoing faculty mentored research, and receive independent study course credit.
Rising juniors who are planning to pursue a doctorate in designated fields and disciplines (follow the link to determine these fields) to teach or conduct research at the university level are invited to apply to be Mellon Mays fellows. Fellows receive an academic year stipend for supervised research with their faculty mentor, a summer stipend, and loan forgiveness for graduate study.
This fellowship supports interdisciplinary undergraduate research in computational neuroscience and cognition for two summers and one academic year. Students also receive a stipend and funds for travel and research supplies.
RISE is a semester-long program that enables students to conduct faculty-mentored sociology research for course credit.
Petit Scholars serves to develop the next generation of leading bioengineering and bioscience rsearchers by providing a comprehensive year-long research experience at Georgia Tech’s Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience. Undergraduate fellows develop their own project and conduct independent research during the summer at Georgia Tech.
Fellows receive the opportunity to participate in ongoing faculty mentored research for one year, access to QuanTM’s computer lab, seminars and conferences, and two academic credits. Students must be rising juniors or seniors with a background in math.
The Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry, with the Emory College Honors Program, will offer up to four undergraduate fellowships to support work on completing projects for one semester.
This program is open to undergraduates in the Honors program or upperclassmen conducting original research. Students will attend two intensive instructional workshops that will train them to locate archival repositories, access manuscript and special collections, plan their research and properly handle rare materials. After training, students receive grants supporting original research in an archival repository.