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The objective of the Experiential Learning Fellowships is to encourage and support individual undergraduate student projects in the humanities, arts, and social sciences for the purpose of providing opportunities for experiential learning to students seeking a major or minor in the College of Arts and Sciences. Three funds comprise the Experiential Learning Fellowship: the Rocks, the Experiential Learning Fellowship in Anthropology, and the Traub. Although the application process for the funds is the same, each has its own eligibility requirements.
A wide range of student projects is eligible for funding, including but not limited to support of research projects, Senior Capstone projects, travel to research conferences to present research, or project-oriented travel abroad associated with completion of majors or minors programs in the arts, humanities, and social sciences.
- The Rocks: Undergraduates who have declared a major or minor in programs offered by any of the following academic departments are eligible to apply: art history and art, classics, English, modern languages and literatures, music, and theatre and dance. In addition, students who have declared their intent of pursuing a major or minor in any of the college’s interdisciplinary programs in which faculty from the arts, humanities or social sciences departments listed above participate as program faculty are also eligible to apply.
- The Experiential Learning Fellowship in Anthropology: Undergraduates who have declared a major in Anthropology, have obtained at least sophomore status, hold at least an overall GPA of at least. 3.0, and have completed a minimum of 12 credits in anthropology, including ANTH 102 (Being Human: An Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology) are eligible to apply.
- The Traub: The George S. Traub Memorial Undergraduate Research Fund was established to support declared majors who are pursuing degrees offered by the College of Arts and Sciences related to the history, politics, public policy, or economics of the Northern Ohio region.
Students may apply for only one of three funds in a given year and can receive more than one award during their undergraduate careers.
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Value of the Award
The average award size for the Rocks, the Experiential Learning Fellowship in Anthropology, and the Traub is $5,000, noting that the Traub can award a larger fund.