(McCullough Fellows pictured from left to right: Katherine Tyrlik, Daniel Suber, Kelley Coleman, Shannon Bodeau, Brittany Barker Jones)
The McCullough Fellows program at UNC Asheville was launched in the summer of 2015. The program connects undergraduate researchers with area organizations, people and places. Each fellowship includes funding for students, materials support and a faculty stipend.
The McCullough Fellowship program offers intensive mentoring to undergraduate students at UNC Asheville engaged in sustainability projects and research in the Asheville area over the summer and fall. Applicants are invited to propose faculty‑advised, applied research projects addressing one or more of the following areas: land use and conservation; urban planning; sustainable agriculture; resilience and environmental sustainability.
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