Rose Hills Summer Scholarships 2024
To learn more about the program, please attend an information session. For support on preparing a research proposal, consider attending a 'How to write a research proposal' workshop; draft workshops will be scheduled in January and early February.
Applying To Rose Hills
Application Questionnaire PDF
- Applicants for SURF L&S, Haas Scholars and Rose Hills Summer Scholarships may use this PDF to prepare their applications.
Important: Please note that the version of this pdf posted before 6 February contained errors in the word/character counts specified for both the ‘Background and Rationale’ and ‘Research Plan and Timeline’ sections. Although these have been corrected now, we recommend drafting your research proposal in the ‘Research Proposal Worksheet’ below. If you made a copy of the pdf before February 6, please check to make sure you are observing the corrected word/character counts for those sections.
- Link to Revised Application Overview Document (as of 13 Feb 2024).
Faculty Recommendation Portal
- Applicants are responsible for sending this link to the Faculty Recommendation Portal to their mentors.
- Applications will be considered incomplete without a letter of recommendation.
Previously Successful Research Proposals
Note: The following proposals will be listed by Major(s), Fellow, and Title of Project. To access the files linked, you must be logged into a valid UC Berkeley email address.
- Bioengineering, Selin Flor, The Effect of Liver Organoid Generation on Different iPSC Lines
- Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Pranav Kolluri, Type 2 Diabetes and the Prediction of Bone Strength Loss through Porosity using Learning Models
- Mechanical Engineering, Annette Bennett, Hormonal Response to Zebra Finch Song
- Molecular and Cell Biology, Christie Bao, Investigating How Stress Disrupts Neuroendocrine Control of Female Reproductive Health
- Molecular and Cell Biology & Rhetoric, Katrina Manaloto, Identifying Neural Mechanisms of Reversal Learning in Adolescent Mouse Models of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- Molecular and Cell Biology, Megan Luo, Development of a method to characterize proteins that occupy more than one fold