This unique research opportunity selects five students from the incoming first-year class and offers them close-knit peer and faculty mentorship and research experience. During their first year, students meet regularly as a group and are matched with a research advisor. With the help of this faculty mentor, students develop a research project that will continue through all four years, including one summer of guaranteed research support.
Martin E. Kuehne Organic Chemistry Summer Fellowship:
The Martin E. Kuehne Organic Chemistry Summer Fellowship is offered to a UVM chemistry major wishing to pursue research in organic chemistry during the summer. The Martin Kuehne Fellowship was established by a gift from Louise Foley, Ph.D., thanking Prof. Kuehne for giving her the chance to do research "at a time when women were given few opportunities."
Summer Research Fund for Women in Chemistry:
The Summer Research Fund for Women in Chemistry is offered to a UVM female undergraduate chemistry major wishing to pursue research in chemistry during the summer.
A. Paul Krapcho Chemistry Summer Fellowship:
The A. Paul Krapcho Chemistry Summer Fellowship supports a UVM undergraduate chemistry/biochemistry major to pursue research in chemistry during the summer. This award has been generously funded by Paul A. Anderson, Ph.D. for Prof. Krapcho (now emeritus), who has been an inspiration to numerous undergraduate chemistry majors.