Here is another tidbit from In The Middle. Any undergraduates who taken classes in early modern and medieval studies, you may be particularly interested in this summer research program!
The University of Michigan’s Summer Research Opportunity Program brings talented underrepresented students to Ann Arbor to work with faculty mentors on research projects during two months in the summer. Applications from rising juniors and seniors interested graduate study are welcome. The program offers housing, food, a stipend, and seminars to prepare students for graduate study in addition to research experience.
This year a number of projects in Classics and in English and French medieval and early modern studies led by Michigan faculty members (Gina Brandolino, Elaine Gazda, Peggy McCracken, Laura Miles, Cathy Sanok, Patricia Simons, Theresa Tinkle, Doug Trevor, Arthur Verhoogt) who are eager to recruit excellent students.
The program and eligibility are described here: http://www.rackham.
The deadline is coming up fast: February 13, 2012.
Questions/more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.