The Sorin Fellows Program assists its student fellows to explore their interests, cultivate their gifts and talents, and pursue integral formation in the Catholic tradition through Center-supported internships and funding opportunities.
Supported internships and funding opportunities reflect and advance and reflect the mission of the dCEC: to explore, deepen, and articulate a robust understanding of human dignity, authentic human freedom, and the common good in light of the richness of the Catholic moral and intellectual tradition across a range of disciplines and sectors.
The dCEC sponsors four primary grant programs throughout the academic year and hosts a ‘Placement Referral Request’ program.
Please note: The Sorin Fellows Program is accepting grant funding applications for the Winter 2021 and Spring 2022 periods. Funding is subject to the approval by the de Nicola Center and the College of Arts and Letters. Sorin Fellows Program grant applicants and recipients must abide by all university policies relevant to their travel and activities. This includes adhering to relevant local and/or state regulations with respect to COVID-19.
Questions regarding this policy? Email the Sorin Fellows Program (email@example.com).
Support undergraduate and graduate Sorin Fellows who seek to engage in domestic and international research projects and initiatives.
Support undergraduate and graduate Sorin Fellows who seek to participate in or present a paper at domestic and/or international conferences and seminars.
Support undergraduate and graduate Sorin Fellows who seek to participate in service projects, spiritual retreats, or similar formative projects.
Support undergraduate and graduate Sorin Fellows who have secured internships, employment, and/or placements that take place over the course of the mid-semester, winter, or summer recesses.
Placement Referral Request (for Summer only)
Supports undergraduate and graduate Sorin Fellows who seek to be referred to and supported in applications for summer internships and placements with organizations that share an intersecting mission with the de Nicola Center.