The 2017 class of Holster Scholars presented their summer research projects at the Holster Scholar Summer Research Project symposium on Monday, September 25, in the Dodd Center’s Konover Auditorium. Eight sophomore Honors students presented original work on topics ranging from refugee integration to cancer to plastics to aging.
Read Ellen Yang’s feature story on the event over on the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences website.
The Holster Scholars First Year Project is a highly selective enrichment opportunity for curious first-year Honors students that supports a small number of motivated students interested in independent research the summer following their first year. Holster projects are in-depth, individualized learning experiences. Beyond some basic requirements, projects are self-designed. The Holster Scholars Program is made possible by a generous gift from Robert (’68) and Carlotta (’68) Holster.
The deadline to apply for the 2018 class of Holster Scholars is November 7, 2017 at 4:00pm. For more information on the Holster Scholar Program, visit the website or contact Holster Scholars Program Coordinator Vin Moscardelli at firstname.lastname@example.org.