Robert M. Teeter Research Fellowship Endowment

The endowment supports a summer research project for a Robert M. Teeter Fellow. The research project is coordinated through the Ford Institute and the Foundation for Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (FURSCA).

The selection of the Fellow is made by the director of FURSCA in consultation with the director of the Ford Institute or other faculty members as deemed appropriate by the director.

This endowment is a fitting tribute to Robert M. Teeter (1939-2004), one of America's most respected public opinion researchers and a 1961 graduate of Albion College. Read about Teeter's career on The Washington Post's website.

Read about Teeter recipient Alena Farooq, ’18, and her research of Albion’s city parks