We are proud to offer the inaugural C.H. Cramer Intern Fellow in the College of Arts and Sciences. The summer funding award of $3,000 will allow an outstanding undergraduate student to pursue an exciting summer work experience of their choice.
The Cramer award is made possible by an anonymous donor, to honor the legacy of award-winning historian Clarence Henley Cramer (1902 – 1983), who taught History at Western Reserve College and authored eight books, including his beloved history of the Cleveland Public Library, Open Shelves, Open Minds (1972). A rigorous teacher, Cramer inspired his students to write provocatively and speak persuasively.
To learn more about the award or apply, please visit the new Cramer Fellow page on this website.