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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.

Positions

Available Research Fellowships 
Below is a list of the available Research Fellowships for 2019-21. The majors listed are suggested, but not required.

  • Art Gallery (Art, Graphic Design, Education)
  • Data Analysis of Core Curriculum Cores (Focus on Statistics, any major)
  • Data Collection and Analysis of Catholic Educational Outcomes (Education, Religious Studies, Focus on Statistics)
  • Domain of One’s Own (Computer Science, Art, Graphic Design)
  • Editorial Assistant for North Wind: A Journal of George MacDonald Studies (English, Communication)
  • Facilitating Full-Spectrum Learning (Education)
  • First Nations and Roman Catholic Local Relations History (Political Science, Education, Theology, History)
  • History of Inclusion at St. Norbert College (Sociology, Psychology, Women & Gender Studies)
  • Laser Design and Control (Physics, Math) 
  • Norbertine Studies Research Fellow (Religious Studies, History, Languages)
  • Social Science Research Fellow at the Strategic Research Institute (Sociology, Psychology, Computer Science, Focus on Statistics)
  • Teaching and Trauma in a Liberal Arts College (Religious Studies, Education, Psychology)

Apply

How to Apply
To be considered for a research fellowship project, submit an application and send the following documents to Cabrini Jablon:

  • Résumé of leadership and activities
  • Essay that addresses your interest in the selected research project and why you think you would be a good fit for the project (maximum word count: 500)
  • Any additional information that would provide value to the project leader

As part of the selection process, finalists will interview with the faculty or staff member sponsoring the research. If awarded this opportunity, recipients will work for two years on a specific research project. The time commitment involved will vary based on the program, but averages five hours per week. These are paid positions. You are able to apply for multiple fellowships, but will only be able to accept one position.

After we receive all supporting documents, we will be in touch about your next steps.



 For questions on research fellowships, please contact Cabrini Jablon at 920-403-3965 or cabrini.jablon@snc.edu.

Positions

Available Research Fellowships 
Below is a list of the available Research Fellowships for 2019-21. The majors listed are suggested, but not required.

  • Art Gallery (Art, Graphic Design, Education)
  • Data Analysis of Core Curriculum Cores (Focus on Statistics, any major)
  • Data Collection and Analysis of Catholic Educational Outcomes (Education, Religious Studies, Focus on Statistics)
  • Domain of One’s Own (Computer Science, Art, Graphic Design)
  • Editorial Assistant for North Wind: A Journal of George MacDonald Studies (English, Communication)
  • Facilitating Full-Spectrum Learning (Education)
  • First Nations and Roman Catholic Local Relations History (Political Science, Education, Theology, History)
  • History of Inclusion at St. Norbert College (Sociology, Psychology, Women & Gender Studies)
  • Laser Design and Control (Physics, Math) 
  • Norbertine Studies Research Fellow (Religious Studies, History, Languages)
  • Social Science Research Fellow at the Strategic Research Institute (Sociology, Psychology, Computer Science, Focus on Statistics)
  • Teaching and Trauma in a Liberal Arts College (Religious Studies, Education, Psychology)

Apply

How to Apply
To be considered for a research fellowship project, submit an application and send the following documents to Cabrini Jablon:

  • Résumé of leadership and activities
  • Essay that addresses your interest in the selected research project and why you think you would be a good fit for the project (maximum word count: 500)
  • Any additional information that would provide value to the project leader

As part of the selection process, finalists will interview with the faculty or staff member sponsoring the research. If awarded this opportunity, recipients will work for two years on a specific research project. The time commitment involved will vary based on the program, but averages five hours per week. These are paid positions. You are able to apply for multiple fellowships, but will only be able to accept one position.

After we receive all supporting documents, we will be in touch about your next steps.



 For questions on research fellowships, please contact Cabrini Jablon at 920-403-3965 or cabrini.jablon@snc.edu.

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