2020 Slatt Undergraduate
The Vincent P. Slatt Fellowship for Undergraduate Research in Energy Systems and Processes provides multiple opportunities for undergraduate students at Notre Dame and other universities across the United States to conduct energy-related research with ND Energy affiliated faculty members or faculty who are willing to become affiliated. This fellowship is intended to support undergraduate education and students who wish to gain a deeper understanding of energy-related issues and topics through research and discovery.
Fall 2020 and Winter Session 2020-21
In support of laboratory reopenings in the fall and the experimental winter session, ND Energy opened the application process for Slatt research fellowships to undergraduate students interested in conducting energy-related research with ND Energy affiliated faculty. Students receiving these awards are highlighted below along with the 2020 annual awardees. Winter Session FAQ.
Approximately 13 awards of up to $5,000 per student are made annually. Awards are used to support student stipends, supplies, and travel for students to present their research at a national conference or meeting. Students conducting summer research may use their award for housing, meals, transportation and other related expenses. Summer awardees will be invited to participate in professional development and networking events. All researchers will be required to submit a final report (see template) at the conclusion of their research experience.
The application process for 2021 awards will be announced in January.
For more information about the Slatt Fellowship program, contact Barbara Villarosa at 574-631-4776 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 2006, Slatt Fellowships have been made possible through the generosity of Christopher (’80) and Jeanine Slatt in honor of Vincent P. Slatt, Notre Dame Class of 1943.