Research Scholarships Available

Funding is available for undergraduate and graduate students to conduct archival research at the Margaret Chase Smith Library in Skowhegan, Maine. (
Students must spend at least 4 days at the library and submit a final product that has been developed in consultation with the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, Library staff, and a faculty member. The final product may include written work, video production, and more.

What does the scholarship fund?
– Stipend
– Overnight accommodations
– Travel to Skowhegan, ME

Who is eligible?
– Students at least in their junior year
– Graduate students are eligible
– Priority will be given to students pursuing a comprehensive research project within their degree program.

For more information or to apply for the scholarship, please contact
Charlie Morris, Associate Director, phone: 581-4135, or email: