Here’s a great opportunity if you’re studying abroad in the near future:
All students on study abroad this spring or next fall are eligible to apply to the Bill Campbell Fund of Phi Beta Kappa, the academic honor society, for research funding or continued study after their study abroad program.
The Campbell Fund funds research for one or two Puget Sound students who are studying abroad. The purpose of the grant is to give students a chance to extend the period of their study abroad program in order to do a research project or pursue a specific, focused course of study. Awards typically range from $500-$1,500. The application form is online at http://www.pugetsound.edu/academics/academic-honor-societies/phi-beta-kappa/scholarships/ and also attached here. The application requires a two-page description of the research project (which must get IRB approval, if applicable) and the budget.
Students should apply directly via e-mail to the chair of the PBK Scholarships Committee, Greta Austin (firstname.lastname@example.org), by April 15, 2013.