Institute for Arts & Humanities Graduate Student Summer Residency

  • Sparling, Nicole L (Recipient)

Prize: Honorary award


This competitive program provides up to eight advanced graduate students in the College of Arts and Architecture and in the College of the Liberal Arts with a $3,000 stipend and the use of an office in Ihlseng Cottage during the summer term. The program enables the students to spend focused time working on their theses, dissertations or degree-required final creative projects. Graduate officers/program directors may nominate up to two students per department/School.
Degree of recognitionUniversity
Granting OrganizationsInstitute for Arts & Humanities (Penn State University)