Undergraduate Research Symposium
The Fourth Annual Hopkins Undergraduate Research Symposium
will be held April 30 and May 1. Work of any academic
affiliation is sponsored. This is an excellent opportunity
for undergraduate researchers to present original research
in an organized forum and to a cross-campus audience.
Applications are conducted online at
The deadline is Monday, April 5. For additional
information, see the Web site or contact email@example.com.
Aitchison Public Service Undergraduate
The Krieger School of Arts and Sciences has extended until
April 12 the application deadline for the Aitchison Public
Service Undergraduate Fellowship in Washington. This
residential program gives Hopkins juniors and seniors the
opportunity to earn 15 credits while making connections and
gaining real world experience in the capital during the
To apply for a fellowship, rising juniors and seniors
should call the Advanced Academic Programs at 410-516-6057
www.jhu.edu/advanced/ugrad.html to request an
Graduate Student Fellowships at the Villa
Applications are invited from graduate students who want to
participate in the Program in Social Theory and Historical
Inquiry at the
Charles S. Singleton Center for Italian Studies at the
Villa Spelman in Florence during the fall 2004
Donald Carter of the Department of
Anthropology will convene the seminar, titled "Diaspora
Theory." Students enrolled in doctoral programs from all
departments in the humanities and the social sciences are
welcome to apply.
Participants will arrive in Florence in September and
are expected to remain until the end of December.
To apply, students should send the following to Mary
McDonough, 407 Gilman Hall, Homewood: a one-page statement
describing their research; a brief letter of recommendation
from the student's adviser; and a letter from the chair of
the student's department stating that the student has the
permission of the chair to attend the seminar. Successful
applicants will be notified as soon as possible.
The deadline for applications is Friday, April 15.
McDonough may also be reached at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-516-5133.
The Medieval Manuscripts Institute
The Medieval Manuscripts Institute, a collaborative effort
between Johns Hopkins and the Walters Art Museum, invites
scholars, curators, librarians and graduate students to
apply for the summer 2004 session. The application deadline
is April 23.
The institute gives participants a rare opportunity to
handle and examine the Walters' world-renowned collection
of illuminated manuscripts. That collection, consisting of
more than 900 medieval manuscripts, is one of the largest
assortments of incunabula in the United States.
In addition to Krieger School Dean Daniel Weiss,
lecturers include Jonathan Alexander, professor of art
history, Institute of Fine Art, New York University; Paul
Needham, librarian, Scheide Library, Princeton University;
and Abigail Quandt, conservator of manuscripts, the Walters
For more information and an application, call
800-847-3300 or go to
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