GUROP, Kalorama, & Raines Summer Research Fellowships


Are you interested in applying for summer funded research fellowship? Email undergradresearch@georgetown.edu to subscribe to our listserv! We will announce our upcoming summer 2021 information sessions in late-January, early-February.

Our summer funded research fellowships offer Georgetown undergraduate students the opportunity to pursue a funded experience over the summer allowing inquiry with greater depth over more time. The GUROP, Raines, and Kalorama summer Fellowship applications will be due in March 2021. The exact deadline to be announced soon – join the listserv to keep up to date!

GUROP Summer Fellowship is a directly mentored or supervised summer research opportunity that allows for a student to work closely with a faculty member on their research or to research alongside a faculty member on a closely related project.

Kalorama Summer Research Fellowship funds an independent research project for students researching in humanities and social science disciplines. The research idea must be the student’s own, though students must secure a faculty mentor or supervisor who oversees and supports the research. The research cannot be the same as the mentor’s own research.

(Note: Kalorama grants may be offered part-time (for less funding) as is appropriate to the project and the student’s summer plans.)

Raines Summer Research Fellowship also funds an independent research project but is open to all disciplines. Like the Kalorama, the research proposal should be the student’s own, though awardees must secure a faculty mentor or supervisor who oversees and supports the research.

For further information, please contact:

Lauren Tuckley
undergradresearch@georgetown.edu