Research Travel Program

The interests and activities of business and broader society often overlap resulting in both conflict and opportunity. How will you be prepared to lead when this increasingly complex intersection occurs?

Originally called the 10 for 10 Program and conceived as a tribute of Allwin’s 10th anniversary at Tuck in May 2011, the newly named Travel Research Program is open to all students who want to pursue hands on, meaningful research for their environmental or socially focused First Year Project (FYP) or independent study over March spring break.

Successful projects are chosen on the merit of an application. They are reviewed by a peer committee and from there, finalized by Allwin staff before notification. Financial support may vary each year based on the quantity and locations of the applications. Projects can be individual or in teams, and be regional, national or international in scope. A personal connection, enthusiasm for the subject matter and a well-thought out, organized travel plan have been the key components to past selected applications.

An information session is held in the fall. Applications are due in mid January and notification in late January.