Green Fellowship Application and Eligibility
Green Fellowship Program Eligibility
Students participating in the Green Fellowship work in either a basic or medical research laboratory on the UT Southwestern Medical Center campus for one semester. Medical research draws upon a variety of disciplines and the program works well when students bring a variety of knowledge and expertise to the program.
Students from the following majors are eligible and encouraged to apply:
- Computer Science
- Cognitive Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Molecular and Cell Biology
Student applicants should have a basic level of knowledge in their major and some experimental laboratory experience is considered helpful. Students must have completed their sophomore year at UT Dallas in order to participate in the program. Most have completed three years of study at UT Dallas before beginning the program.
Student participants receive 12 hours of undergraduate research credit for their semester of work, but are not allowed to take additional classes during the Fellowship. Students interested in participating in the Green Fellowship should meet with their academic advisor to devise a degree plan that can accommodate a semester of full-time research.
Green Fellowship Program Timeline
Students should download and complete the Green Fellowship application. The application is available at www.utsouthwestern.edu/greenfellows.
Completed application and all supplemental materials as outlined in the application must be received by October 1.
The class of Green Fellows will be announced by the end of October. Faculty and laboratory assignments will be communicated to each student by the end of the Fall Semester.
Students will begin research at UT Southwestern at the beginning of the Spring Semester.
Students will not be allowed to take classes at UT Dallas during their Fellowship at UT Southwestern other than a research course. Some students do fulfill a writing requirement during their Green Fellowship by writing papers about their research experience.
Students will present their research to the UT Dallas and UT Southwestern communities at a poster session in May.
At UT Dallas:
Dr. A. Dean Sherry, Green Fellows Program Co-Director
Program Coordinator for the Green Fellows Program
At UT Southwestern:
Dr. Stuart Ravnik, Green Fellows Program Co-Director