Grants & Fellowships

A Culture of Excellence

Glynn Student Nancy Paul working in a lab on campus

Undergraduate research is a transformative experience. When you write your own novel, test your own hypothesis, or develop a close friendship with a faculty mentor, you grow not only in intellectual knowledge but also in self-understanding.

Recognizing the power of undergraduate research, the Glynn Family Honors Program strives to provide summer research grants to all Honors Program students who submit a meaningful research proposal.

The summer grants may be used to support travel, living expenses, or presentations at conferences. Many students use the summer research grant to enhance research for their senior theses. The possibilities are endless.

Recent Honors Program graduates have received numerous prestigious graduate fellowships, including the Marshall, Goldwater, Jack Kent Cooke, Mellon, Fulbright, and Rotary Fellowships;  the National Science Foundation Graduation Fellowship; and the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.