Graduate School Awards

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

Lisa Schwartz,

Student Opportunities Manager

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 ,

Dean of the College

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 ,

Dean of the College

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

Darrell Killian,

Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology

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

Darrell Killian,

Assistant Professor of Molecular Biology

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

Lisa Schwartz ,

Student Opportunities Manager

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 Global Education

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 ,

Dean of the College

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 ,

Dean of the College

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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