Undergraduate Fellowships

The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities offers up to two unstipended Undergraduate Fellowships per semester to Binghamton University undergraduate students who are either in their junior or senior year during the semester of the fellowship and who have a faculty mentor to guide them in their research.

All Undergraduate Fellows receive a small research allowance. 

Undergraduate Fellows commit to present their work publicly at IASH, attend other fellows' presentations, and some fellows only meetings. The required IASH Speakers Series meets on Wednesdays, 12:00-1:30pm.

In addition to the form below, the application requires a letter of recommendation by the student's faculty sponsor sent separately by e-mail to iash@binghamton.edu by the application deadline. The letter should certify that the sponsor has read and supports the application and will be advising the student as they pursue their research project. An IASH undergraduate Fellowship project can be an honor thesis that is to be pursued in the fellow’s senior year. 

Application Deadlines:

IASH is not currently accepting applications.

Past Undergraduate Fellows

Fall 2016

Danielle Nash
Comparative Literature, Romance Languages and Literatures
“Encountering El Extranjero: Corresponding Asymmetries of Power Between Linguisti and Cultural Interactions in Translation and Latin American Literature”
Email: dnash1@binghamton.edu

Fall 2013

Ilana Ben-Ezra
History and Political Science
“The Sixth Crusade: Antichrist, Fredrick II, and Muslims in Western Eschatology”
Email: ibenezr1@binghamton.edu

Fall 2012

Amanda Levine
Philosophy, Politics, and Law
“Patient Rights and the Mentally Ill: Deinstitutionalization in the Late 1960s”
Email: alevine4@binghamton.edu

Spring 2012

Leonard Simmons
Philosophy, Politics, and Law and Political Science
“Libertarian Paternalism: The Inner Workings of Rawls’s Overlapping Consensus”
Email: lsimmon1@binghamton.edu

Fall 2011

Tracy Stuber
Art History and German Studies
“Living With Pop: Mass Media and American Influence in the Art of 1960s Germany”

Spring 2011

Jan DeWitt
Classical and Near Eastern Studies
“(Un)common Blood: The Romanization and Alienation of Italian Allies (200-87BCE)”

Fall 2010

Jieun Jang
“Sergei Prokofiev's Piano Sonata No. 9 and Musical Freedom”