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PC Summer Fellows Program

The PC Summer Fellows (PCSF) Program is designed to enhance the academic experience of PC students by providing them with opportunities to work with faculty during the summer.

The program is intended for motivated students to gain research experience with direct faculty mentoring. Students experience the process of research as a creative intellectual activity in a living-learning environment.

Requirements

PC Summer Fellows are required:

  • To commit to 8 full weeks of research or research-related activities during the duration of the program. The program will run from June 6 to July 29.
  • To commit to spending at least 25 hours per week devoted to their research project.
  • To must live on campus, with the other Summer Fellows, during the program. Housing is included in the fellowship.
  • To present research at the PC Summer Research Symposium and Honors Day in 2023.

Eligibility Restrictions

  • Students graduating prior to the program are not eligible for the fellowship.
  • Students may not take summer school while participating in the program.
  • Students may not have other employment, on or off-campus, during the program.