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Fellowships and Scholarships
Funding for Undergraduate Research and Creative Work
Every year, dozens of undergraduate students win awards, scholarships, and fellowships to pursue research, scholarship, and creative work in the United States and abroad. The funding comes from a variety of sources, including Clark University, private foundations and donors, and the U.S. government.
U.S. State Department-funded, individually designed study/research projects or English Teaching Assistant Programs
U.S. State Department’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study or intern abroad
Clark’s premier fellowship for undergraduate research, public service, and enrichment projects
Supporting research into human-environment relationships in Massachusetts
Geller Research Fellowships
For student-initiated projects that advance our understanding of natural resource and environmental sustainability
For political science students’ summer research on politics and public policy
Funded summer internships in ocean, coastal, and atmospheric research
Peter J. Condakes Research Fellowships
For undergraduate summer environmental research with a geography faculty member
For problem-based, summer projects through work with an external organization
Leir Luxembourg Summer Research Scholarships
For summer research with an organization in Luxembourg or the U.S.
Edwin A. Weiller Summer Fellowship Program in the Sciences
For undergraduate summer research in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, physics, and/or the environmental sciences
Holocaust and Genocide Studies Summer Stipends
For undergraduate summer internships, study, and other experiences in the United States and abroad
Additional Opportunities and Funding
Undergraduate Academic Awards
At Clark, we recognize student scholars who have been awarded University or departmental awards and fellowships, or membership in an honor society.