The Student Scholarly Engagement (SSE) Program
Gettysburg College seeks to build a scholarly community by engaging and supporting students in research and creative pursuits inside and outside of the classroom, the goal being to develop within those students intellectual curiosity, a capacity for contemplating deeper questions, and a commitment to life-long learning.
To this end, the College’s SSE program has as its focus two main functions:
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Breanna Titchen '18 recently received the Ruth and William Silen M.D. Award at the Harvard Medical School for her presentation at the New England Science Symposium, a conference that she was accepted to, along with doctors, post-docs, graduate students, and undergraduates.
2017-2018 SSE Calendar (pdf)
Institutional deadline for Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Fulbright, & Gates-Cambridge (US Students)
National Deadline for Mitchell Scholarship
National Deadline for Marshall Scholarship