Research is a big part of what we do here, and will only improve with the new Gehl-Mulva Science Center.

Research Fellowships

St. Norbert College has a rich tradition of engaging students in collaborative research projects with professors. Our exciting Research Fellowship Program offers you the chance to work on a project collaboratively with faculty or staff members at the beginning of your college career. This paid research experience enhances your success in college and the resulting professional publication gives you a significant edge when applying to graduate school.

The admission office will select students to participate in the 2016-18 Research Fellowship Program. As part of the selection process, you’ll interview with the faculty or staff member sponsoring the research. We’ll try to match you with projects based on your interests, major and work experiences. If awarded this opportunity, you’ll work for two years with a faculty or staff member on a specific research project. The time commitment involved will vary based on the program, but averages five hours per week and is paid.

Additional projects will continue to be posted. We’ll accept applications until all positions are filled.

2016-18 Research Fellowship Positions 

  • The CONNECTIONS Program
  • Controlling Laser Frequencies Through Optical Feedback
  • Art Gallery Curatorial Fellow
  • Land Boots: Art and Design in Pursuit of Slow Fashion
  • Norbertine Studies Research Fello
  • Honors Program Fellow
  • Whose story is it, now? Women’s agency in 21st century high school history textbooks 
For questions, please contact Cabrini Jablon at 920-403-3965 or

For top consideration, please apply prior to May 15.

Personal Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Cell Phone:
Intended Major:
Educational Background
High School:
Senior Courses and Grades:

Title of Project:
Faculty/Staff Advisor:

Required Essay

For each research project you’re interested in pursuing, please address what you hope to gain as a result of your participation in the Research Fellow Program, and indicate why you feel you’d be an ideal candidate for this program.

Required Length: 500 or more words

One letter of recommendation pertaining to the Research Fellowship opportunity is also required and should be emailed to or sent to:

St. Norbert College
Office of Admission
100 Grant Street
De Pere, WI 54115