2013 Funding Opportunities
Student Internship/Research Fund |
Providing funding for research opportunities and internships is vitally important both to Colby's mission and to the success of our students.
Faculty Position in Sustainability Science |
Colby seeks to add a third professor in sustainability sciences to extend the program and enhance interactions between environmental studies and science programs.
Environmental Studies Internship Fund |
Internships in environmental studies give students who are passionate about the environment a leg up in securing their first job or getting into a graduate program.
Marine Studies Programmatic Support |
A strategic partnership with Bigelow Laboratory will offer collaborative research activities involving Colby's faculty, Bigelow senior research scientists, and Colby students.
International Diversity |
International perspectives enrich the learning experience for all students. To maintain Colby's leadership in internationalization, we must increase endowed funds to enroll talented international applicants eager to attend.
Domestic Diversity |
Ensuring that Colby's student body reflects the diversity of America in the 21st century will require commitments to financial aid and to programmatic initiatives that will build a community that values difference.
The Goldfarb Center for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement |
To maintain the momentum and fulfill the promise of the Goldfarb Center, Colby must build endowments to fund programs previously underwritten by start-up grants.
Faculty - American Art History |
This critical position will enrich connections among a world class humanities division, one of the finest college museums in the world, and students across the curriculum.
Visual Arts Museum Curator |
With a world-class collection and incomparable facilities coming into place, the museum of art needs additional staff for maximum impact in the community and the art world.
Science Building |
A 36,000-square-foot science building on the Colby Green will house Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, and Psychology departments. More information and naming opportunities »