cIMG_0348_1331234624.JPGMellon At Penn

University of Pennsylvania has been a participating institution in the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program since the program was founded in 1988 by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The MMUF Program at Penn provides a small cohort of extraordinary Humanities and Social Sciences undergraduates with an array of programming services. Students selected as Fellows are matched with a faculty mentor who serves as a role model and research advisor. Under the mentor's guidance, Fellows are encouraged to discover an intellectual identity as they begin the process of becoming scholars and teachers. Fellows receive benefits including paid national and international summer research internships, research support during the academic year, book stipends, access to disciplinary conferences, and other opportunities. The Penn MMUF program has a 100% graduation rate and an 82% graduate program matriculation rate. The Penn MMUF program currently has eight undergraduate Fellows.