Young Scholars Program
This program is designed for college seniors or recently graduated college students who will soon enter graduate school. Young scholars should apply as summer fellows. If there is a core group among our applicants, Gordon Marino will convene the Young Scholars Program. Participants will meet with him on a daily basis, usually during the month of July. In-depth study of a chosen Kierkegaard text or other topic will be the focus as well as Marino's mentorship for the scholar's own research and study.
To apply for the Young Scholars Program, please send your resumè, proposal for research in the library, and two recommendations to Gordon Marino as soon as your area of interest is established and not later than March 15 for the following summer. Sometimes later applications can be accepted for this program depending on interest.
2012 Young Scholars:
St. Olaf Students:
Paul Cathey, Rosalinda Darwin, Katherine Kihs, Devin Orchard, Robert Riordan, Allison Rodriguez
Students from Other Institutions:
Paul Adamski (Texas A & M)i, Nicholas Chambers (Lincoln Christian University), Matthew Cordella (Geneseo SUNY) , Aaron Fortune (Covenant College) , Palmer Gunderson (Beloit) , Ka-Ya Lee (Wesleyan), Jesus Luzardo (University of Central Florida) , Michael Malpass (University of Chicago), Carson Monetti (Swarthmore) , Michael Robinson (Lincoln Christian University) , Emma Soergaard (University of Copenhagen), Jacob Stubbs(Berry College), Madeleine Wattenberg (Centre College) , Andrew Weller(Valparaiso).