The Lindmark Fellowship in Ethics is available to two Saint John's students, holding junior standing, to complete a full-time, on-campus summer research project in professional ethics.
What is the award?
Fellowship recipients receive $7,000 for their efforts, with on-campus room and board expenses paid by the student. Please note, the research topic of "professional business ethics" is broadly construed to include ethical issues in occupations or professions.
Who can apply?
All full-time Saint John's University juniors from any academic discipline are eligible to apply. Eligible students will have held junior standing at the start of the 2017-2018 academic year. As Lindmark Fellows, each student will work full-time, approximately 40 hours per week across a ten-week timeframe starting early June and ending mid-August 2018. Fellows will live on campus and will not be allowed to have any other paid employment during the ten-week fellowship. Twice per month, Fellows will meet with their fellowship faculty advisors.
What if I have questions?
Please contact Lindsey Gutsch, Student Success Center Program Assistant, at [email protected] with any questions regarding the Lindmark Fellowship in Ethics. On-campus interviews, or internet-based interviews for students studying abroad, may be requested thereafter. If interviews are necessary, selection committee members expect to have completed all interviews by the end of March, with notification to selected Fellows by the early April.
Please note that the 2018 application for the Lindmark Fellowship has closed. The 2019 application will be available in November 2018.