Application will open in December with a deadline of February 1, 2016
Accessnet User ID
Temple e-mail address
School or College
Are you in the University Honors Program? (status in Honors does not impact your candidacy)
Do you have a Summer Educational Enhancement Stipend to use for this summer? (i.e. merit scholarship stipend)
If selected, will you be able to devote full-time work to your proposed research/creative project during the 10 week summer program without holding an additional job, internship or coursework?
*If you answered No above, please explain:
Number of credit hours completed by end of fall semester
Ancitipated date of graduation (semester, year)
In one sentence, describe your career goal:
Title of proposed project:
Location of proposed project (city, state, country):
1. Project Proposal (approx. 500 words)
Please provide a clear statement of the project focus, thesis, or central argument; a specific plan for how you will develop that focus, including a description of what you will do during the first week of your project to launch your research; the expected project outcome; and a statement of project's significance.
2. Please list, in order of importance, up to 10 courses, internships, research or creative projects, or work experiences that have provided useful background for your project.
3. Personal Statement (approx. 500 words)
Please describe your academic and professional interests and aspirations. Your statement should discuss your reasons for wanting to undertake the proposed project and how the project will contribute to your overall academic or intellectual development. If you have been engaged in an activity or research or creative project that has been important in clarifying or strengthening your interest in your field of study, please detail that activity or project.
4. Faculty Mentor Information
Applicants are required to request a letter of recommendation from the proposed faculty mentor and to ensure that letters are submitted by the application deadline. Only complete applications will be considered. Letters of recommendation should be e-mailed (preferably as an attachment) from the recommender directly to email@example.com.
Please provide the name of the full-time Temple faculty member who has agreed to serve as mentor for your Diamond Research Scholars experience and who will provide a recommendation for your application.
Mentor First Name
Mentor Last Name
Mentor Temple Email Address
Letters of recommendation can be emailed (preferably as an attachment) directly from the recommender to firstname.lastname@example.org
or hard copies can be sent to:
Diamond Research Scholars Program
Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies
500 Conwell Hall
1801 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
If you have questions, please contact Emily Moerer at email@example.com or (215) 204-4991.
When you have completed entering your information and other materials, please click on the button below to submit your application. A new page then will open confirming receipt of your application; please print/save this page for your records.
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