Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs

Fall Workshops

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Attend a Fall 2014 National Fellowships Workshop

The first step in applying for an award is to attend a workshop! Students of all years are encouraged to attned. Faculty experts and previous winners will share insights about these awards. Sessions are not scheduled to coincide with application deadlines.

August

Engage in the Process: Orientation to National Fellowship

August 19 at 11 AM OR 1:30 PM, Currell College, Room 107

Attend this session to learn how to apply for a national fellowship that fits your academic interestes and career goals.


Capstone Mug Monday

August 25 at 8 AM, Capstone Study Shack, 11 Gibbes Ct.

Enjoy a beverage while talking with a national fellowships advisor


Fulbright Workshop

August 25 at 4 PM, Russell House 302

Seniors & Graduate Students, Supports one year abroad to conduct research, pursue advanced study, or undertake teaching assistantships


National Fellowships Information Session

August 29 at 12 PM, Legare 322

Come get an introduction to national fellowships - what they are, why you should apply, which ones might be for you, and how OFSP can help


September

Gates-Cambridge Workshop

September 3 at 4 PM, Legare 322

Seniors & Graduate Students, For graduate study at Cambridge University in the UK for students with superior academic achievement, service, and leadership


National Fellowships Information Session

September 5 at 12 PM, Legare 322

Come get an introduction to national fellowships - what they are, why you should apply, which ones might be for you, and how OFSP can help


Knowles Workshop

September 10 at 4 PM, Wardlaw Dean's Conference Room

Graduate Students, Support for new high school teachers of STEM fields


Truman Workshop

September 15 at 4 PM, Legare 322

Juniors, Up to $30,000 for those preparing for a career in public service with demonstrated leadership, academic achievement, service accomplishments, and a commitment to public service


Graduate Student Grant and Proposal Writing Workshop

September 17 at 2:30 PM, Russell House 205

Graduate Students, A general overview of grant writing specifically geared to graduate students


Goldwater Workshop

September 17 at 4 PM, Legare 322

Sophomores & Juniors, up to $7,500 support for STEM students who plan a career in research


National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Workshop with DOD NDSEG, DOE CSGF, and SMART

September 22 at 4 PM, Gressette Room, Harper College, 3rd floor

Seniors & Graduate Students, the NSF offers estimated $132,000 for graduate funding for students pursuing research careers in the mathematical, physical, biological, engineering, behavioral, or social sciences.

The DOD National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowships (DOD NDSEG) supports applicants pursuing a doctoral degree in a field closely related to an area of DOD interest

The Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowships (DOE CSGF) offers estimated $250,000 for study towards a Ph.D. in the physical, engineering, computer, mathematical, or life sciences.

The Science, Math, and Research for Transformation (SMART) offers estimated $42,200 annually for students pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees in STEM fields and who want to work at DOD laboratories.


Udall and NOAA Hollings Workshop

September 24 at 4 PM, Legare 322

Sophomores & Juniors, The Udall offers $5,000 for students with a commitment to the environment, or to Native Americans in fields related to health care, the environment, or tribal public policy.

Sophomores, The Hollings offers up to $16,600 to students studying STEM fields, or teacher education which supports NOAA's programs and mission; includes summer internship with a NOAA facility.


Critical Language Scholarship with Study Abroad Workshop

September 29 at 4 PM, Legare 322

Undergraduate & Graduate Students, Summer language study for critical need foreign languages


October

Boren Fellowship Workshop

October 6 at 4 PM, Legare 322

Undergraduate & Graduate Students, Up to $30,000 for students interested in national security who desire to develop expertise in language, culture, and world regions less commonly studied by Americans.


Capstone Hot Cookie Friday

October 10 at 1 PM, Capstone Study Shack, 11 Gibbes Ct.

Enjoy a cookie while talking with a national fellowships advisor


Rotary Global Grants Workshop

October 14 at 4 PM, Legare 322

Juniors, Seniors, & Grad. Students, $30,000+ for graduate work abroad in one of Rotary's six areas of focus: Water & Sanitation, Education & Literacy, Maternal & Child Health, Disease Prevention & Treatment, Economic & Community Development, or Peace & Conflict Prevention and Resolution.


Pickering and Rangel Workshop

October 28 at 4 PM, Legare 322

Seniors & Grad. Students, $90,000 in graduate funding for students planning a career in the Foreign Service


November

Capstone Conversation with OFSP

November 6 at 5:30 PM, Campus Room Capstone

Learn about national fellowship opportunities and their application processes


Junior Outreach Information Session

November 11 at 3 PM, Legare 322

Offers a brief overview of some of the fellowships juniors should consider as they approach senior year, including NSF, Fulbright, Rhodes, and Rotary


Junior Outreach Information Session

November 14 at 3 PM, Legare 322

Offers a brief overview of some of the fellowships juniors should consider as they approach senior year, including NSF, Fulbright, Rhodes, and Rotary


Capstone Mug Monday

November 24 at 8 AM, Capstone Study Shack, 11 Gibbes Ct.

Enjoy a beverage while talking with a national fellowships advisor




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