This is a new program supporting female science majors pursing research projects in the physical sciences. The program honors Clare Boothe Luce, playwright, journalist, U.S. Ambassador to Italy, and the first woman elected to Congress from Connecticut. Luce was a powerful advocate for women, and in the bequest for this program sought “to encourage women to enter, study, graduate, and teach” in science, mathematics and engineering. Clare Boothe Luce program website.
The application deadline has passed for 2013. Applications will be accepted again in 2014. This application includes an upload of a one page resume and two short answer questions. Please have this information ready before beginning the application.
When the Sophomore Research Application asks for your first and second choices, you will have a chance to type in choices that may not be listed on the site, you may list up to three research projects that you are interested in applying for. These can be Sophomore Research opportunities, AMRE projects, HHMI summer research projects, or other research opportunities you know about. Please list the faculty member's name and the research topic.
At the end of the Sophomore Research application, you will be sent to a third page which will ask for:
Please follow these instructions to create a PDF version of your transcript for uploading.
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