The Office of Student Scholarly Engagement (OSSE) Program
Gettysburg College seeks to build a scholarly community by engaging and supporting students in research and creative pursuits inside and outside of the classroom, the goal
To this end, the College’s OSSE program has as its focus two main functions:
The Kolbe Summer Fellows Program in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences in a ten-week faculty-mentored student research program conducted during the summer before a student's sophomore, junior, or senior year. This summer, nine students worked on research on a wide range of topics representing seven disciplines. Read more.
During the current academic year, 2018-19, the newly instituted Office of Student Scholarly Engagement (OSSE) will be located in Breidenbaugh 107. The office will be dedicated to the Student Scholarly Engagement Program’s two main functions: 1) undergraduate research & creative activity program opportunities and 2) nationally competitive fellowships and scholarships advising. It is our hope that having a designated space for students and faculty to meet and talk about these activities will encourage even more of our students to get involved in them. The office will also provide a consistent location for the information sessions, writing workshops, Kolbe program meetings, and campus committee scholarship interviews required by the two main functions of the program throughout the calendar year. Read more.
Feb. 15 - Institutional Deadline
Email Kolbe Summer '19 applications by 5pm