The Application Process
Watch your inbox for a call for proposals in the Fall semester. Successful proposals include a clear statement of the project’s purpose and importance, a focused set of primary sources that will provide the basis of the project (even if you’re creating the primary sources), a statement of how the student/faculty team will work together over the summer, and a sense of any budget expenses.
September 7, 2018, 1-4 pm: Summer Research Symposium showcasing summer research conducted by Holy Cross students in all disciplines (Hogan Ballroom)
Early October 2018: Proposal Writing Workshop. Information on how to develop a project, find an advisor and write a successful proposal to the Summer Research Program.
January 2019: Program Information Session
Mid-February, 2019: Applications Due
For More Information
To meet with Prof. Cashman to review your project, please contact Susan Finne at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
Director, Summer Research Program in the Humanities, Social Sciences and Fine Arts