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Civic and Global Affairs Summer Fellowships

The Lampert Institute grants several fellowships each summer allowing Colgate students to design research projects under the mentorship of a faculty member.
This summer fellowship allows the recipients to pursue off-campus research around the globe utilizing a range of research methodologies and technologies. Fellows are then encouraged to disseminate their experiences and findings to the larger Colgate campus through presentations and publications.

Summer 2017 Lampert Fellowship Applications

Applications for Lampert Fellowships in Public Affairs are due by 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, February 12, 2017.

Summer 2017 Language Scholarships

Applications for Summer Language Scholarships are due by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 2, 2017.

Lampert Associates

During the 2016-17 academic year, Colgate’s Lampert Institute for Civic and Global Affairs will offer programming focused on the theme of “Crossing Borders: Peoples and Cultures, Goods and Information.”  In conjunction with those activities, the Lampert Institute is accepting applications for a select group of Colgate students from all years, who will be designated Lampert Associates. The Lampert Associates will consist of students who commit to being closely involved in the Institute’s activities over the academic year.  This involvement will include attending talks/events (about 5 per semester), meeting with speakers for informal discussion and meals, and on occasion reading articles or book chapters in conjunction with speakers’ visits.

Summer 2016 Fellowship Recipients

Haley Allen '17
Memory Struggles in the Schoolyard: Chilean Youth in Private and Public Institutions
Sponsor: Heather Roller

Lorelai Avram '17
Moving towards a Post-Colonial Archaeology: Surpassing Nationalist and Colonial Discourses in South-African Archaeology
Sponsor: Mary Moran

Anne Canning '17
William Still and the Fight to End Discrimination on Railway Cars in Philadelphia:
Uniting the Abolitionist and Civil Rights Movements in the Fight Against Segregation

Sponsor: Graham Hodges

Sophie Coffman '17
China Dream; The Art and Rhetoric of Rejuvenation

Sponsor: John Crespi

Weilin (Emily) Gu '17
The Determinants and Consequences of Irrational School Choice
Sponsor: Yang Song

Angela Jang '17
Life in a Nuclear Neighborhood: Nuclear Plant Host communities in South Korea
Sponsor: Daisaku Yamamoto

Haesel Kim '17
Contending Narratives on “Comfort Women” in South Korea and Japan
Sponsor: David Robinson

James Long '17
Reducing Recidivism in the Juvenile Justice System ­ An Alternative Method:
A Case Study of the James B. Moran Center for Youth Advocacy in Evanston, Illinois

Sponsor: Gregory Wolf

Anh (Julie) Nguyen '17
Multicultural Education for Ethnic Minorities in Vietnam: A Case Study in Hoa Binh for the Muong, Thai and H’Mong Ethnic Groups
Sponsor: John Palmer

Onyeka Nwabbunia '17
She Leads Nigeria: Perceptions of Politics, Political representation, and Grassroots
Organizations Among Young Nigerian Women

Sponsor: Mary Moran

Shambhavi Sawhney '17
Make in India' and its Economic Impact on the Indian Handloom Sector
Sponsor: Jyoti Khanna

Maria Dorin Shayo '17
Out of the Calabash and Into the Pillbox:
The Standardization of Traditional Medicine and Related Healing Practices in Tanzania

Sponsor: Harvey Sindima

Past Fellows and Projects

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