The Student Scholarly Engagement (SSE) 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 being to develop within those students intellectual curiosity, a capacity for contemplating deeper questions, and a commitment to life-long learning.

To this end, the College’s SSE program has as its focus two main functions:

  1. Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity
    In addition to providing information about opportunities for students to engage in these kinds of activities, the SSE program, through the Office of the Provost, offers funding and venues for students to present their work.

  2. Fellowship and Scholarship Advising
    For students interested in scholarship and post-baccalaureate opportunities, the SSE program encourages and assists students in navigating the application processes for nationally competitive fellowships and scholarships, such as the Fulbright and the Goldwater, emphasizing the value of the process itself in furthering their intellectual growth and propelling them to greater post-graduate excellence.

CAFE Symposium February 7th!

The Celebration of Academic First-year Engagement, CAFÉ Symposium pulls together a variety of engaged FYS and Phage students as they present their great work in poster format. All are welcome and encouraged to attend the symposium featuring creative students and supportive faculty mentors. Plan to join us on February 7, 2018 in celebrating our first-year students’ successful launch into undergraduate research and creative activity.
 

Poster Training Workshops will be available for students who would like to learn how to construct and present their poster.
 

Faculty mentors and students presenting should visit the CAFE page for important dates to remember.

       

  


Kolbe Summer Fellows Present Research

The Kolbe Summer '17 Fellows will present their research on January 25th, 11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. in CUB 260.  Don't miss this opportunity to hear about their research and experience as a Kolbe Fellow. Students who are considering applying for the Kolbe Summer '18 Research Fellowship in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences are especially encouraged to attend. Lunch will be served on a first come, first served basis.

 

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