Related to Application
Carrying Out the Fellowship
Research involving human or animal subjects must be either covered by an approved protocol or found exempt before any research can commence. Research cannot be approved retroactively; therefore, projects that may inform a future independent study or honors project must receive approval prior to conducting the research.
Projects involving human subjects will need to be reviewed by Bowdoin’s Institutional Review Board (IRB). Human subjects research includes collecting data through interviews and surveys, using private information from identifiable individuals, and experimental testing on individuals. For more information about the role of the IRB, or for answers to questions about the submission process, please email IRB@bowdoin.edu. Projects involving vertebrate animals will need to be reviewed by Bowdoin’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC). For more information, please email the IACUC chair at email@example.com.
No, students must apply for summer housing. Staying on campus during the summer is a privilege, and any student wishing to live in campus summer housing must also be in good social standing. All students should make sure to read the terms of the lease, including the fine print, to ensure that they can meet all the requirements of summer housing.
Other Summer Funding Opportunities
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