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Graduate School Awards

Calendar of Deadlines

 

Type Opportunity What it is Who can apply Deadline Advisor
Graduate school in the U.S. Beinecke Scholarship $30,000 for grad school in the U.S. or abroad (plus $4000 for application expenses)

Juniors

U.S. citizens

Block 4

Bill Craighead,

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business

EPA STAR Graduate Fellowship up to $44,000/year for Master's/PhD degrees in environmental studies

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens and permanent residents

October

Jim Ebersole,

Professor of Organismal Biology and Ecology

Knight-Hennessy Scholars Full tuition, room, and board for 3 years of graduate study at Stanford University

Seniors and alums from the past 4 years

U.S. citizens and international students

September

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

Madison Fellowship up to $24,000 for pursuit of a Master's degree to teach American history, government, or social studies at the secondary-school level

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens

Early February

Debra Mortenson,

Director of Teacher Education Programs

National Collegiate Athletic Association Postgraduate Fellowship $7500 towards graduate study for student athletes Seniors Fall, winter, and spring (corresponds to sports played by applicants)

Pedro de Araujo,

Vice Provost

National Collegiate Athletic Association Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship $48,000 for two years of graduate study for student athletes Seniors Block 4

Pedro de Araujo,

Vice Provost

National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship Tuition and stipend for 3 years of pursuit of a research-based graduate degree in 1 of 15 disciplines

Seniors

U.S. citizens

December

Jim Ebersole,

Professor of Organismal Biology and Ecology

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP) Tuition and stipend for 3 years of pursuit of a research-based graduate degree in 1 of 100 science and social science disciplines

Seniors

U.S. citizens

November

Jim Ebersole,

Professor of Organismal Biology and Ecology

Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship $37,500/year for 2 years of graduate school in business, policy, economics, or international affairs; 5 years' commitment to U.S. Foreign Service after graduation

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens

January

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

Rangel International Affairs Fellowship $95,000 for 2 years of graduate school in business, policy, economics, or international affairs; 5 years' commitment to U.S. Foreign Service after graduation

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens

January

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

Truman Scholarship $30,000 for graduate programs in the U.S. and abroad in a public service-related field; 10-week summer internship in Washington, D.C.

Juniors

U.S. citizens

Block J

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

Graduate school abroad Beinecke Scholarship $30,000 for grad school in the U.S. or abroad (plus $4000 for application expenses)

Juniors

U.S. citizens

Block 4

Bill Craighead,

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business

Boren Fellowship Provides funding ($24,000) for overseas study of "less commonly taught languages" critical to U.S. national security for durations of 12 weeks to 1 year

U.S. citizen

Applying or accepted into a U.S. graduate program

Late January

Heather Powell Browne,

Assistant Director of Off-Campus Study

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Degrees (EMJMD) Scholarship Provides funding for tuition, insurance, and participation costs in a joint master's degree program taking place in at least 2 partner countries in Europe.

Seniors and alums without an EMJMD

Between October and January

Roy Jo Sartin,

Writing Center Specialist

Fulbright Study/Research Grant Travel and living expenses to complete a 1-year research project or graduate course of study in 1 of 150 countries

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens

Mid-September (internal deadline)

Mid-October (national deadline)

Roy Jo Sartin,

Writing Center Specialist

Gates Cambridge Scholarship Tuition and expenses for 1- to 3-year-long graduate programs at Cambridge University in England

Seniors and alums

Non-United Kingdom citizens

Block 1

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

Marshall Scholarship Tuition and expenses to complete any 2-year graduate program in the United Kingdom

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens

Block 1

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

Mitchell Scholarship Tuition and expenses to attend any graduate program in Ireland for 1 year

Sernios and alums to age 29

U.S. citizens

Block 1

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

National Collegiate Athletic Association Postgraduate Fellowship $7500 towards graduate study for student athletes Seniors Fall, winter, and spring (corresponds to sports played by applicants)

Pedro de Araujo,

Vice Provost

National Collegiate Athletic Association Walter Byers Postgraduate Scholarship $48,000 for two years of graduate study for student athletes Seniors Block 4

Pedro de Araujo,

Vice Provost

Pershing Square Graduate Scholarship Full scholarship to support a 1-year Master's degree plus 1-year MBA at Oxford University's Said Business School

Seniors and alums

January

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

Rhodes Scholarship Tuition and expenses for 2- to 3-year graduate programs at Oxford University in England

Juniors, seniors, and alums to age 24

U.S. citizens

Block 5

George Butte,

Professor of English

Rotary Global Scholarship $30,000 minimum to fund coursework or research in graduate programs abroad for 1-4 years Seniors and alums 3 months before departure

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

Schwarzman Scholarship Tuition and expenses for a 1-year Master's degree in international leadership at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China

Seniors and alums to age 29

English language proficiency

Block 1

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

 

 

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