An Honors College Student Fellowship is a $1,500 grant given to a Commonwealth Honors student for pre-approved scholarly engagement that is overseen and guided by a mentor. Each fellowship must have a reading component, a writing component, and a speaking component. The student is expected to invest about 100 hours of focused effort. A single fellowship can be spread across twelve consecutive months, but cannot exceed.
Please note: Students can only receive one (1) Honors College Student Fellowship.
The $1,500 grant is applied to a student's financial account. Typically, half of the award ($750) is disbursed at the start of the fellowship, with the second ($750) disbursed when the student satisfactorily completes the Final Presentation (15 minutes).
How to apply:
Submit applications and any questions to Julian_Zabalbeascoa@uml.edu
Note: Presentations will be held on the first Wednesday of every month from 6:00PM-7:30PM. 4 presenters (max) at each Fellowship Group Presentation. A Zoom link will be given to you once your presentation date is confirmed. Use the Fellowship Presentation sign-up link below when ready to present.
*If interested, please contact the faculty member directly.
|Faculty Mentor||Contact Information||Faculty Department||
Fellowship Description (Click for more information)
|# of Students Needed|
|2||Hsi-Wu Wong||Hsiwu_Wong@uml.edu||Chemical Engineering||Waste Plastics Recycling||1|
|3||Rachel Melamed||Rachel_Melamed@uml.edu||Biological Sciences||Risk of cancer due to other common diseases||1|
|4||Zhenglun (Alan) Wei||ZhenglunAlan_Wei@uml.edu||
|Develop an ML-based estimation of TCPC hemodynamics using computational results as training data||1|
|5||Murat Inalpolat||Murat_Inalpolat@uml.edu||Mechanical Engineering||
P1) Vibration and acoustics transmission from 3D-printed micro-lattice structures
P2) Design and controls of an automotive drivetrain test rig.
P3) Controls and dynamic modeling of electric motors for electric vehicles
|6||Christopher Carlsmith||Christopher_Carlsmith@uml.edu||History||Editorial Intern for History of Education Quarterly||1|