Scholarship and Fellowships Series

Spring 2017


There are awards for students at all stages (undergraduate, graduate, professional) – and even alumni. It is never too early to start learning about these opportunities.

Mondays from 4-5pm at the Rotunda Multipurpose Room (121)
*Special Events are also listed below.
Make sure to note the unique times and places for those events.

 

  • 23 January – Udall Scholarship
    Are you working toward solutions to environmental challenges? Or to issues impacting Indian country? Are you a dynamic leader? Are you committed to civility and consensus building? Come learn about the Udall Scholarship and the process for nomination at the University of Virginia. Apply as a second or third year – so first years should definitely come!
    View to website.

  • 30 January – Fulbright for the Eager (or Well-Prepared)
    A year abroad to research, study, or teach English. This is specifically geared toward third year, graduate, or alum, who are eager and ready to get to work on applications for the fall. The session will cover the general information about all Fulbright US Student Awards, while also diving into strategies for getting started.
    View to website.

  • 6 February – An Introductory Workshop
    Don’t know what national scholarships & fellowships are? Wondering what the point of pursuing any of them might be? Unsure of how you could me competitive? Come enjoy a chance to envision yourself as an applicant for these incredible opportunities. This workshop is most appropriate for first and second years or older students who have yet to be exposed to national scholarships & fellowships at the University of Virginia.

  • 13 February – Asia Awards (Luce, Schwarzman, Yenching Academy)
    These three awards offer fully-funded experiences in Asia for study or job placement. Come learn what they are, what it takes, and how the University of Virginia can support you. Interested but not sure if you are qualified, come find out for sure.

  • 20 February – UK Awards (Ex. Churchill, Gates, Marshall, Mitchell, & Rhodes)
    A number of excellent graduate school opportunities in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Come learn what they are, what it takes, and how the University of Virginia can support you. Interested but not sure if you are qualified, come find out for sure.

  • *21 February – Fulbright Forum – 5-7pm, Special Collections Library Auditorium*
    Come enjoy a panel discussion with four former participants in the Fulbright US Student Award program, followed by a reception, where attendees will be able to interact with the panelists. Among the panelists will be a PhD student, a former English Teaching Assistant, a nanoscientist, and music teacher.

  • 27 February – Awards for STEM Students
    There are just as many – if not more – opportunities for STEM students. This session will explore some awards specifically geared toward STEM students and a number of awards that many exclude from consideration but shouldn’t!

  • *6 March – *NO SESSION* (Spring Break)*

  • 13 March – An Introductory Workshop
    Don’t know what national scholarships & fellowships are? Wondering what the point of pursuing any of them might be? Unsure of how you could me competitive? Come enjoy a chance to envision yourself as an applicant for these incredible opportunities. This workshop is most appropriate for first and second years or older students who have yet to be exposed to national scholarships & fellowships at the University of Virginia.

  • 20 March – Fulbright US Student Award – Research and Study Awards
    We will focus on the research and study awards under the umbrella of the Fulbright US Student Award, which offers a fully-funded year abroad in over 140 countries. Pursue a research project of your own design, pursue a graduate degree, or do both! All third years are encouraged to attend. View Website.

  • 27 March – Fulbright US Student Award – English Teaching Assistantships
    We will focus on the English Teaching Assistantships (ETA) under the umbrella of the Fulbright US Student Award, which offers a fully-funded year abroad in over 140 countries. We will also talk about other ways to pursue English teaching abroad. All third years are encouraged to attend. View Website.

  • 3 April – Fulbright US Student Award – Personal Statement Workshop
    This is a writing workshop designed to prepare you for your Fulbright Personal Statement in particular, and any other personal statement you may write more broadly. Strongly recommended for students interested in applying in the fall.

  • 10 April – Fulbright US Student Award – Statement of Grant Purpose Workshop
    This is a workshop designed to prepare you for your Fulbright Statement of Grant Purpose. What is it? What are the pitfalls? How do we support you as you develop and write over the summer. Strongly recommended for students interested in applying in the fall.

  • 17 April – Schwarzman Scholars w/ Mr. Peter Raucci
    The program gives participants the opportunity to develop their leadership skills through a full-funded, one year masters degree in Public Policy, International Relations, or Economics and Business at Tsingua University. We will be joined by Peter Raucci, Outreach Officer for the Schwarzman Scholars program.
    View Website.

  • 24 April – UK Awards (Ex. Churchill, Gates, Marshall, Mitchell, & Rhodes)
    A number of excellent graduate school opportunities in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Come learn what they are, what it takes, and how the University of Virginia can support you. Interested but not sure if you are qualified, come find out for sure.

  • *1 May – Office Hours in the Scott Room (3rd Floor of Special Collections Library)*
    We are committed to meeting with all students who arrive and sign-in by 4:20pm. NB: If your
    questions are more award-specific and you have not attended a previous session, please write an email.

  • *8 May – Office Hours in the Scott Room (3rd Floor of Special Collections Library)*
    We are committed to meeting with all students who arrive and sign-in by 4:20pm. NB: If your questions are more award-specific and you have not attended a previous session, please write an email.

  • *15 May – Office Hours in the Scott Room (3rd Floor of Special Collections Library)*
    We are committed to meeting with all students who arrive and sign-in by 4:20pm. NB: If your questions are more award-specific and you have not attended a previous session, please write an email.

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