Summer Fellowships

The EURÄ“CA! Fellows Program is a highly competitive summer program that allows a small number of CU Denver undergraduates to conduct original research, and participate in creative or other scholarly activities in the field of their declared major, under the supervision of a CU Denver | Anschutz faculty mentor. These eight-week fellowships last through June and July and include professional development and research trainings. All disciplines are welcome and encouraged to apply.

Fellowship Details for Students

  • Work closely with a faculty mentor to develop your own summer research
  • Receive a stipend to work up to 40 hours/week for two months, June 1-July 31
  • Weekly educational and professional training and learning opportunities
  • The student and faculty application for Summer 2020 is closed

Fellowship Details for Faculty

Supporting Undergraduate Scholarly Activities

One of the important collaborations for undergraduate research is the mentoring students receive from a faculty member experienced in discipline-specific research or creative methodology. The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities matches motivated undergraduates interested in participating in original research, and creative and other scholarly activities, with eligible faculty and staff who are committed to mentoring undergraduates in those endeavors.

How it Works

Undergraduate students apply for a stipend to conduct original research, creative, or other scholarly activity in the field of their declared major under the supervision of a CU Denver | Anshutz faculty member. Faculty apply with the student to confirm research goals and plans. If the application is approved for funding, the faculty member is committed to mentoring the student through the project.

The student and faculty application for Summer 2020 is closed.

Questions About Sponsoring a Summer Fellow? 

Please email URCA Director Erin Golden, PhD,, or Undergraduate Research Advisor, Liz Evans,