Undergraduate Research Fellows Program

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About the Program:

The Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict's undergraduate research fellows program provides a rich interdisciplinary atmosphere for student development. Students accepted into the program:

  • Work directly with a faculty member on research projects involving religion, conflict, and peace
  • Take a special class with the Center's director
  • Earn three credit hours
  • Receive a scholarship of $1,000
  • Meet with visiting scholars, attend special lectures
  • Compete for research, travel and conference funds

Undergraduate students from all majors and years of study are encouraged to apply.

>> Applications for 2022-23 are closed.
>> Deadline: April 22, 2022.
>> Microsoft Office document icon Application Form

See the video below for an overview of the program.

CSRC Undergraduate Fellows Program

< Watch & learn

What does it mean to be human? What are the sources of conflict in our contemporary world?

Learn more about the Fellow's program from students who have participated in the cohort  


Meet the 2021-22 fellows:


Collin Frank
Global Studies; Russian

Grace Hough
Religious Studies, Politics, and Global Affairs

Brenna Kasprzyk
Management, Business Healthcare

Nancy Lam
Global Studies

Issabella Luna
Political Science

Payton Morlock
Global Studies

Fintan O'Halloran

Ethan Pelland
Business Data Analytics and Global Politics

Samuel Pritchett
Political Science

Jacob Salas
Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership

Madeleine Zheng
Biochemistry; Chinese Language

2021-22 Undergraduate Research Fellows

2021-22 Undergraduate Research Fellows (left to right, top to bottom:  Madeleine Zheng, Ethan Pelland, Brenna Kasprzyk, Fintan O'Halloran, Collin Frank, Jacob Salas, Grace Hough, Issabella Luna, Payton Morlock, Samuel Pritchett, Nancy Lam)

 Supporting the Undergraduate Research Fellows:

Scholarship funds for the Center's Undergraduate Research Fellows are supported with donations provided by Friends of the Center. Please consider becoming a Friend of the Center and supporting this valuable program