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Dammon Dean's Information for Students

Are you interested in a multi-year undergraduate research opportunity? If so, this enriching experience will be a great fit for you. As a Clarence E. Dammon Dean's Scholar, you will:

  • Enjoy invitations to special academic guest lectures and programs.
  • Interact with a community of dedicated scholars like yourself.
  • Have the opportunity to participate in multiple conferences to discuss your research work.
  • Enroll in a series of seminar courses to further enrich your undergraduate research experience.
  • Serve as a mentor for fellow undergraduate researchers.
  • Receive a $1000 scholarship for each semester of participation. Students must enroll in SCLA 49105 to receive their scholarship monies

History of the Clarence E. Dammon Dean's Scholars Program

The College of Liberal Arts Dean’s Scholars Program was established in 1976 to recognize the academic achievement of select, first-year students. The program has been renamed the Clarence E. Dammon Dean’s Scholars Program in recognition of a gift from Jim and Marilynn Dammon in honor of Jim's father, Clarence E. Dammon.

Past Clarence E. Dammon Dean's Scholars Projects

Research projects are available throughout the College of Liberal Arts, in all departments, on a wide variety of topics. Students are

  • Multimedia Approaches for Qualitative Research Dissemination
  • YouTube Creators and Identity
  • Personal and Cultural Stereotypes of Gender Categories
  • Understanding Russian Vocabulary: Upper Elementary to Intermediate Level
  • The Menominee River Documentary Project
  • Pacifists during WWI-Historic Legal Consciousness
  • Public and Historic Archaeology of Fort Ouiatenon

How do I find current projects?

Projects currently accepting applicants can be found by logging into the OURConnect site with your career account information :

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