The Beckman Scholar Award is awarded to one to two students in select science majors per year to work with a mentor over two summers and the academic year on a scientific research project and to attend a related conference.
Student Research Programs
The Clare Boothe Luce Scholars Program provides students with computational research opportunities in the physical sciences, pure and applied mathematics, and computer science. Scholars receive stipends for research work over the summer and the following academic year, as well as support for materials, equipment, and conference fees.
The Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) program encourages students with a demonstrated commitment to racial diversity to pursue academic careers.
The Barbara Silver Horowitz ’55 Scholars of Distinction Program was established to help educate extraordinary young women bound for achievement. Selected during the admissions process, these students have a unique four-year scholarly experience working with faculty mentors, attending research talks, and pursuing a research project on a topic of personal interest, culminating in potentially publishable work.
Science Fellows will help you get to the heart of what you want to communicate about your scientific research.
This program offers support for black, Native American, Latina, and first-generation college students who wish to major in science.
The SRI is for Barnard students who want to conduct scientific research during the summer, working with faculty at Barnard or elsewhere in the city. Students’ research experiences will be supplemented with academic and skill-building experiences, lectures, social events, and a capstone poster event at the summer’s end.