The College of New Jerseyís chapter of the national scholastic honorary society, Phi Kappa Phi, is seeking applicants for the Phi Kappa Phi Student-Faculty Research Scholarships. Each semester, the chapter offers students from all disciplines scholarships of $400. Our purpose is to support and encourage student involvement in serious academic research.


These scholarships will oblige student recipients to commit at least five hours per week for a semester, assisting a faculty member with academic research. The work performed by student recipients may also result in academic credit, but the awards will be determined without reference to whether or not a project is designed to achieve academic credit.


Applications for the Fall 2000 semester are due by Monday, April 3, 2000.

They must include:


  1. a letter from the sponsoring faculty member which describes the goals of the research project and the qualifications of the student. The letter should include:



  1. a letter from the student nominee that indicates:



Applications should be sent to Nancy Freudenthal, Secretary of Phi Kappa Phi, Acedemic Affairs, Green Hall 212. Faculty members of Phi Kappa Phi will oversee the selection process and make the final decision.


A final report, in the form of a letter signed by both the faculty member and the student, should be submitted at the completion of the semester to Chapter Secretary Nancy Freudenthal, Green 212.