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Continuing Current Upperclass Honors Students (Tuesday, May 26 - Saturday, August 1, 2015)

Please note that Summer Research is not a privilege that is automatically granted; it is an educational opportunity that we expect you to "leverage" to help you achieve success in your future.
  • To Apply:
    • Submit the Online Application (Due April 15, 2015)
    • Submit to honors@clarkson.edu a one-page (250-500 word) statement identifying how the anticipated summer research exprience relates to your professional development and career goals (Due April 15, 2015)
    • Submit to honors@clarkson.edu your resume or CV (Due April 15, 2015)
  • Summer Research 2015 Calendar Draft (This calendar is currently a Draft and will be continuously updated)
  • Request for Financial Support for Summer Research
  • Summer RA Application Information
    • The Honors Program anticipates that we will be hiring 1-2 Summer Resident Assistants (RAs) to assist us in program-planning and to serve as the on-call staff to address student needs throughout the summer.  Summer RAs are integral to creating a sense of community amongst Honors upperclassmen and pre-frosh Honors and Clarkson School students.  If you are interested in this leadership opportunity, please submit an application, cover letter, and resume to Kathleen O'Leary by May 4, 2015 (4:30pm).  Select candidates will be invited to interview for the position(s).

Pre-Frosh Honors Students (Sunday, June 28 - Saturday, August 1, 2015)

If you have questions about any of these forms or about summer research please contact the Honors office at 315-268-2290 or honors@clarkson.edu.  We look forward to having you join us in Summer 2015!

Clarkson Honors… paired me with a professor with computer interests similar to my own. By letting me work on a subject area of my choice, I discovered my true interests, and can make better decisions about what classes to take, my major, and areas that might interest me for my thesis, not to mention study an area of personal interest.    

Joshua Smith