Scarbrough Summer Research Program Application Updated on: October 22, 2020 Please check this year's flier and website for due date. Complete this application, including essay and bibliography, along with both letters of recommendation and an unofficial copy of your transcript to Dr. Mindy Landeck, program director. Basic InformationName of student First Last Campus Box NumberAustin College Email Address Other Email Address Anticipated Graduation DateCumulative GPATotal number of credits completed to dateGPA in home discipline of faculty supervisorField of study for proposed research project:HumanitiesSocial SciencesName of Faculty Supervisor First Last Project InformationTitle of Research Project100-Word Abstract (not to exceed 100 word limit):Description of Research Project: Please type your essay, double-spaced, in a separate file. In a succinct, cogent essay of 750 words or less, describe your research project, addressing all of the following questions. A. What is the topic of your research? What are its main ideas, questions, or hypotheses? What methodology will you employ? What is your specific plan for carrying out this research? What are your preliminary goals? What scholarly resources will you utilize (university libraries, special collections, facilities, etc.)? What is the significance of your project? Why are you especially suited to carry out this project? What contribution will your research make to your chosen field of inquiry? B. Please provide details for how the faculty sponsor will guide, supervise, and engage the student in the initial stages of research. How does your project relate to the faculty sponsor’s research interests or expertise?Upload your Essay FileAccepted file types: doc, docx, pdf.Upload a one-page bibliography of materials related to proposed researchAccepted file types: doc, docx, pdf.Two Faculty RecommendationsFaculty Sponsor First Last Faculty Sponsor's Email Second Faculty Member First Last Second Faculty Member's Email IMPORTANT, PLEASE NOTE: There are two Friday afternoon or Saturday workshops that are required for BOTH student fellows and faculty sponsors. Successful applicants commit themselves to participation.