Milton F. Lunch Research Fellowship
The Milton F. Lunch Research Fellowship will be open to students of engineering, architecture, construction, and law. The fellowship serves to increase understanding of the complex relationship between practice management, professional liability, and public policy issues.
In addition to providing eight weeks of meaningful summer employment, the Fellowship also comes with an $8,000 stipend.
To be eligible for the Milton F. Lunch Research Fellowship applicants must:
- Be U.S. citizens
- Intend to pursue a career in or related to engineering, architecture, construction, or law
- Be either an undergraduate (rising junior) in a pre-law program, any ABET-accredited civil, construction, electrical, environmental or mechanical engineering program or any accredited architectural program; or a graduate of any of the above-described programs who is enrolled in a graduate program in engineering or engineering management, architecture,
construction or program management, business management, or law.
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