Putting the Internet into perspective.
The Berglund Student Fellowship Award is awarded to four students each year and is annually renewable. This is a unique award for students with interest, experience and ability with the Internet, electronic materials, or online applications. It is an opportunity for a student to pursue research or projects on topics related to the internet which are of personal interest to them. The Berglund Student Fellowship is available to Pacific University students, including incoming freshmen. The students will receive $1,250 to be applied toward tuition and fees. The fellowship is renewable for four years upon reapplication. Student findings are published the Berglung Center's electronic journal, Interface.This year the the Berglund Fellows are:
This year's Berglund Fellows are mentored by past Student Fellow Nicole Nowlin.
Student will demonstrate high standards of academic achievement upon application (3.5 GPA minimum) and must remain in good academic standing.
Student should be able to demonstrate, either through academic record or multimedia materials (such as existing webpages), a history of interest and achievement in creating or studying electronic materials.
Hobbies and interests may include (but are not required or limited to) building computers, programming, software, or producing computer generated art, video, music, or games.
Writing and editorial skills are a plus, as findings from the research project will be published in the Berglund Center's electronic journal, Interface.
If you are interested in applying, download the application form from above.