Intrigued by the idea of hands-on, independent learning with top-level faculty mentors? The Woodrow Wilson Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program is a unique opportunity to do just that. It is for Arts and Sciences students who are excited by the possibilities, challenges, and rewards that go along with conducting their own research.
At Johns Hopkins, asking questions is just as important as answering them. No matter what you have in mind, we will give you not only the freedom to ask the questions, but also the resources to find the answers. Students in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences routinely work with their advisers to shape their own courses of study, and approximately 70 percent of all Hopkins undergraduates engage in some form of meaningful research during their time here. The Woodrow Wilson Research Fellowship helps students achieve their research goals and furthers President Gilman’s original vision.
In the humanities, Wilson Research Fellows have:
In the social sciences, Wilson Research Fellows have:
In the natural sciences, Wilson Research Fellows have:
Beginning in their freshman or sophomore year, Wilson Research Fellows benefit from working closely with highly respected faculty mentors on independent research projects.