Engaged Learning Fellowship

The Engaged Learning Fellowship (ELF) allows undergraduate students to design and pursue capstone-level projects in research, creative activity, and civic engagement.

ELFs receive:

  • up to $2000 to fund their project
  • transcript and commencement booklet notifications
  • multiple opportunities to share their work with the public
  • support from faculty mentors and Office of Engaged Learning staff

Who's it for?

  • Students ready to design and pursue their own projects
  • Typically second or third-year students
  • Many work with a faculty mentor as a URA first

Find out how it works, how to apply, and meet the staff.

Congratulations to our 2019 Excellence in Mentoring winners: Brad Klein, Chrystyna Kouros, Dona Mularkey, and Pia Vogel.

Summer Symposium

The Office of Engaged Learning is hosting a weekly lecture series, Thursdays at Noon in Fondren Science 123. See the full calendar on the Undergraduate Research page.


Fall Symposium

Fall 2019, dates TBD

The Fall Symposium is the venue for students from Engaged Learning, Undergraduate Research, the University Honors Program and the Maguire Center Public Service Fellowship programs to present their work to the campus community.

Research Days

March 24, 2020, Mack Ballroom

ELFs are invited to present their research posters and demos during the Undergraduate poster session. The top posters are eligible to compete for prizes in the Graduate poster session.


ELF Graduation Luncheon

May 14, 2020: 11:30 am - 1 pm, Mack Ballroom

The Graduation Luncheon is a celebration of Engaged Learning's seniors who have successfully participated in one of the Engaged Learning programs. Student's families, mentors, and host organizations are all invited.

ELF Calendar 2019-2020

TBD TBD