Jennifer Harris, PhD
Director, Undergraduate Research Program
The Undergraduate Research Program is pleased to announce the call for applications for the 2020 Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities (SIAH)! SIAH offers a funded opportunity for undergraduates to engage in scholarly research with accomplished faculty, graduate students, and peers while earning full-time academic credit.
This year's theme is Contested Bodies: Power, Identity, and the Life Cycle. Looking across time and cultures, the 2020 Summer Institute for Arts and Humanities will examine the body as a site of meaning making around identity, sexuality, reproduction, health, illness, aging, and death. Students will explore how the body has been experienced, imagined, and contested, and they will conduct research on topics related to the biological and conceptualized body in the past and present. By engaging with the historically and culturally unfamiliar, they will reevaluate familiar and normative notions about the body in our own society. They will undertake projects on the body motivated by their own ethical, intellectual, and creative commitments, concerns, and curiosities.
Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities Information Sessions - attend in person or via Zoom Meeting!
Friday, March 6, 2020, 4:00 – 4:50 P.M. in 171 MGH
To learn more about the 2020 program theme, faculty team, application process and to sign up for an information session, visit our website.
We hope that you consider applying for this terrific summer research experience!
Undergraduate Research Program
Center for Experiential Learning and Diversity | Undergraduate Academic Affairs
University of Washington
Box 352803 | 171 Mary Gates Hall
PH: 206.543.4282 | FAX: 206.616.4389