Campbell-Steinbacher Endowed Fellowship
The Campbell-Steinbacher Fellowship provides an opportunity for an undergraduate student to engage in applied or scholarly research on the urban environment, supervised by a faculty member in the Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs. Fellows will be engaged in research for 20 hours per week during the academic year. Eligible students will be full-time rising seniors or seniors in one of the Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs undergraduate programs.
This research fellowship is for full-time students, providing a tuition scholarship and a stipend for two semesters. The fellowship includes 20 hours per week of work throughout the fall and spring semesters as a research assistant - students may not hold other employment on campus during the fellowship year. Fellows should work toward submitting a poster for the CSU Undergraduate Research conference in the spring semester, and faculty participants are encouraged to submit an article or essay for publication in appropriate media (journals, blogs, etc.).
The Campbell-Steinbacher Fellowship is competitive. Each spring, interested applicants are asked to submit a resume and statement of intent describing their interest in research and the fellowship. Finalists will be interviewed prior to final selection. Students interested in the Campbell-Steinbacher Fellowship should submit the regular Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs Scholarship Application prior to the March deadline, indicating their interest in the Fellowship, and may write to email@example.com with any questions.