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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 2014 Fellowship Recipients

Marielba Casabona
Living in the Shadows – The Socioemotional Impact of Legal Status on Unauthorized Youth’s Educational Aspirations

Jimmy S. Juarez
Looking Closely, but Getting Farther Away: A Critical Analysis on the Impacts of the Bolivian Government’s framing strategies in the Indigenous Territory and National Park Isiboro Secure 

Liza Paudel
The Transition of Former Rebel Combatants in the Nepalese Civil War into Civilian Life

Sohee Ryuk
A Conflicted Narrative: Textbook and Monumental Representations in the Korean War in South Korea 

Kori Strother
The Role of Bridge Programs in the Academic and Social Transition to College of Underrepresented Students

Past Fellows and Projects

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