The Summer Student/Faculty Collaborative Research program provides opportunity for Luther students to engage full-time in collaborative research projects with Luther faculty members during the two months of Luther's summer session (June/July).
Grants are available to students in any major. Each full grant provides $2,750 in stipend to the student for eight weeks of full-time research work, on-campus housing for the student, up to $500 for project expenses, and $500 in faculty development funds for the faculty member. Proposals for smaller or shorter research projects are also welcome this year.
All returning Luther students (current juniors, sophomores, and first-year students) are eligible. Project proposals must be written and submitted jointly by the student and faculty member. Collaborative teams normally involve one student per faculty member.