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Below is a partial list of scholarship and fellowship opportunities. These are nationally competitive awards and require a great deal of preparation. Students should check the website for requirements and level of competitiveness and then discuss with your Department Chair or Academic Advisor eligibility and potential and then contact the Emmanuel representative. General questions? Please contact Prof. Laurie Johnston, Director of Scholarships & Fellowships, at


British Marshall Scholarship

Type Graduate study in the United Kingdom at one of many universities listed Covers 2 years of tuition, room & board, books, travel & exp.

Year of Application


Selected Requirements


Senior or Graduate Student Deadline: 1st week of Oct.

U.S. citizen GPA 3.7

Member of underrepresented group; U.S. citizen or national; Superior academic achievement

Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships ellowships

Graduate fellowships for study in a PhD program $20,000/year for up to 3 years


Senior Deadline: Nov. 1

Fulbright Program for U.S. Students

Graduate; Grants for U.S. students to study overseas, conduct research or teach for one academic year Tuition, travel, books, health benefits, maintenance stipend


Senior or Recent Graduate Deadline: Oct. 15

Gates Cambridge Scholarships

Graduate; All tuition, fees, expenses and travel for graduate study at Cambridge University


Senior or Graduate Deadline: Oct. 15

U.S. citizen

Must gain admission to Cambridge University

Comments/ Contacts

Emmanuel’s designated representative is Dr. Laurie Johnston

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Lisa Falvey

Emmanuel’s Fulbright Program Advisor is Dr. Laurie Johnston

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Sally Dias


George J. Mitchell Scholarship 1=34

Rhodes Scholarships

Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans

Endeavour Postgraduate Awards IONAL/ENDEAVOURAWARDS/

Graduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland for a Master’s degree at any institution Covers 1 year of tuition, and all expenses incl. travel Two year scholarships to the University of Oxford; tuition, room & board, books, travel & expenses


Senior or Graduate Deadline: Oct. 4


Senior or Graduate Deadline: Oct.4

Grants for up to 2 years of graduate study in the U.S. Half tuition plus $20,000


Senior or Graduate Deadline: Nov.1

$130,000- $230,000 for a M.A. or Ph.D. program in Australia


Senior or recent grad Deadline: June 30

U.S. citizen High academic achievement and strong leadership Institutional endorsement U.S. citizen; literary & scholastic attainments; energy to use talents; integrity of character and respect for fellow human beings; ability to lead Resident Alien, a naturalized U.S. citizen or child of 2 parents who are both naturalized citizens Scores from any graduate aptitude test superior academic achievement and community service; must gain admission to an Australian MA or PhD program

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Sally Dias

Emmanuel’s representative is Sr. Susan Thornell

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Sally Dias

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Laurie Johnston




American Graduate Fellowships Council of Independent Colleges

Graduate fellowship for doctoral studies in the humanities Up to $50,000 in initial year including tuition, fees & stipend for living expenses & research costs

History Philosophy Literature & Languages Fine Arts americangrad.asp

Josephine De Karman Fellowship

Graduate fellowship for one academic year $22,000 for study in the U.S.

Any but special consideration to Humanities

Year of Application

Selected Requirements

Comments/ Contacts

Graduating senior or recent graduates Deadline: Oct. 15

U.S. Citizens

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Christopher Craig Fellowship for graduate studying at one of 23 research institutions

Senior Deadline: Jan. 31

Exceptional ability

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Lisa Falvey


Jacob K Javits Fellowships Program

Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Arts Scholarship

Graduate fellowships for study at the PhD or MFA level Tuition, fees & max stipend of $30,000 for up to 4 years

Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences

Senior Deadline: Sept. 30

U.S. citizens or nationals or permanent residents GREs

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Lisa Falvey

Graduate Up to $50,000/yr depending on financial need for a max of 3 years

Visual arts, performing arts, and creative writing

Senior or Recent Graduate Deadline: Feb. 10

GPA 3.2 Have unmet financial need

Emmanuel College Faculty Representative is Tom Schnauber



Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Fellowships

James Madison Graduate Fellowships

The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship

Paid fellowship opportunity in Washington DC to work as a Research assistant on Carnegie Endowment projects

Political and Social Issues

Eligible to work in US

U.S. citizen Must attend 4 week summer institute at Georgetown Obligation to teach for at least one year for each year of the fellowship

Teaching – American History, Government or Social Studies Grades (7-12)

Senior or Graduate Deadline: March 1

Six- nine month graduate fellowship of $2,400/mo. in D.C. as a junior staff member in a government organization

Any, but some background in peace and security issues

Senior Deadline: Jan. 18 and Oct.1

Graduate scholarship of up to $30,000

Public Service Field e.g. Government, Education, Non-profits, Advocacy

Selected Requirements

Senior Deadline: Jan. 15

$24,000 over period of study; no more than $12,000 per academic year for a Master’s degree in American history, government political science, with focus on the constitution

Harry S. Truman Scholarship

Year of Application


Junior Deadline: February 1

U.S. citizen

U.S. citizen Institutional nomination Active in student government and/or community service, political activities

Comments/ Contacts Dr. Petros Vamvakas is the Emmanuel contact

Emmanuel contact is Sr. Karen Hokanson

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Petros Vamvakas

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Sally Dias. Obligation to work in a public service field for three years


Woodrow Wilson: Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship www.woodrowwilson\pickering Undergraduate fellowship: _grad/index.php

Coro Public Affairs Fellowship

Fellowship award includes tuition, room & board, books, travel and fees for 2 years of graduate school

Public Policy, International Affairs, Public Administration

Junior, Senior or Graduate Deadline: Feb. 4

U.S. citizen GPA 3.2 Obligation to serve at least three years as a Foreign Service officer

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Laurie Johnston

Intensive 9 month study and internship program in one of 5 cities; earn credit towards a Masters in public policy or MSW. Monthly stipend provided to those with need

Public Affairs and public service broadly defined

Jan. 14; senior or graduate of any age

Demonstrated leadership; interest in public affairs

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Laurie Johnston



Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

National Science Foundation Fellowships Janet H. and C. Harry Knowles Foundation

Up to $7,500 for tuition, fees, books, room & board for a max of 2 years


Year of Application

Selected Requirements

Comments/ Contacts

Mathematics, Natural Sciences or Engineering

Sophomore or Junior Deadline: Jan. 27

B average U.S. citizen & permanent resident

Graduate fellowships of $30,000 renewal stipend/year and $10,500 education costs/year for 1-3 yrs.

Science Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Senior or Graduate Deadline: early November

High GPA GREs U.S. Citizen Proposed research plan

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Yan Lin

Program tuition assistance and monthly stipend, room & board & travel Teaching fellowships for Graduate teacher preparation

Mathematics and Science

Senior Deadline: Jan. 12

Bachelors degree in Mathematics or science

Emmanuel contact is Ms. Maia Kelley

Ms. Maia Kelley is the Emmanuel contact


National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship

Fellowship to US Institution of Higher Education Full tuition and fees; health ins. Stipend - $30,500

Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship Program hip/

Undergraduate Up to $8,000 per school year for up to two years Paid summer internship including housing

NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research

Jeong-Long Lin Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship rad/linfellowship.html

Lupus Foundation Summer Student Fellowship: 2010 Gina M. Finzi Memorial Student Summer Fellowship Program et/templates/new_researchlfa.aspx?articleid=328 &zoneid=31

Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Summer Research Program (MSRP)

Biosciences, Chemistry, Mathematics, Engineering

Mathematics Teacher Education

Monthly stipend of $2,000 provided for summer research and seminar program at NIH facilities for 8 weeks

Stipend is $4,000 for 10 weeks during the summer with a flexible start date.

Student fellows receive $2,000 for work completed during summer 2010.

Weekly stipend, travel and housing for 10 week program

Senior or Graduate Deadline:Dec 17

Sophomore or Junior Deadline: January 30

U.S. citizen or national GRE required

Emmanuel contact is Ms. Maia Kelley

U.S. citizen GPA min 3.0 Major in mathematics

Emmanuel contact is Ms. Maia Kelley

Biology, Chemistry

Senior or Graduate Deadline: March 1

Chemical Sciences

College students finishing their sophomore and junior years is 15 March, but might be extended,

Basic, clinical, translational, epidemiological,o r behavioral research relevant to lupus

Physical or biological sciences

Deadline: March 5, 2010 at 5 p.m. EST

Sophomores, juniors and nongraduating seniors Deadline: Feb. 5th

U.S. citizen or permanent resident

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Faina Ryvkin

Persons with disabilities; economically disadvantaged backgrounds; underrepresented racial and ethnic groups

Emmanuel contact is Laurie Johnston

Undergraduates may apply but preference is given to graduate students or medical students who have already earned a baccalaureate degree

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin

U.S. citizen or permanent resident African American, Mexican American, Native American Or Puerto Rican B average or better 3.5 or higher

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin


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Harvard Medical School Four Directions Summer Research Program

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: Undergraduate Fellowships for Minorities

The American Physiological Society: Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship

Stipend of $325.00 per week 10 weeks summer research in a variety of biological and biomedical sciences. Housing, course related expenses, travel included.

8 week program pursuing graduate studies in medicine (either MD or PhD programs)

8-10 week program. Stipend of $468.00 per week, housing provided, travel support offered

Physical or natural science, mathematics, engineering, or marine policy.

$4,000.00 Stipend 10 week program Between May & August

Biochemical research

Darling Marine Center Summer REU Fellowships

Biological or biomedical research sciences

Fellows receive $3,820 for committing 10 weeks.

Biology, Chemistry, Geology and environmental science, with an interest in marine studies

Current undergraduates Deadline: Feb. 1

Undergraduates of under-represented minority groups in science

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin

Undergrads with interest in Native American health; Deadline: Feb. 12

Mush have completed one semester of introductory biology

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin

Minority undergraduates who are enrolled in U.S. colleges or universities Completed at least one year of undergraduate study

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin

full-time undergraduate students

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin

Must have completed Sophomore Year

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin

Undergraduate Deadline: Feb. 15, 2010

Deadline: Feb. 1

Undergraduate students Deadline: Feb. 15


EPA Environmental Education Fellowship

Alvan T. – Viola D. Fuller American Cancer Society Research Fellowship www.alvantviolafullerscholarship

Academy of Natural Sciences research Experience for Undergraduates Website: php

American Heart Association Summer Student Fellowship Research Program

Research Internships for Science & Engineering (RISE) in Germany (DAAD – German Academic Exchange Service)

Paid fellowships for full time summer or part time school year research in DC or regional EPA offices/laboratories

Stipend of $3000.00 Fellowship for undergraduate students to participate in summer laboratory research w/accomplished investigators

Offers stipend, housing and travel. Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) internships for the Summer of 2011

Environmental Issues

Undergraduate or graduate Deadline: Jan. 22


Sophomores and juniors Deadline: Feb. 12

Biogeochemistry to paleontology (please refer to website for complete list of subjects).

Contact the REA coordinator reacoordinator Deadlines vary see NSF website

$5,000 stipend for the summer research 10 week program. MayAugust

Field of cancer research

Stipend, German rail pass, health & other insurance Summer research internship with PhD student in Germany

Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science & Engineering

Deadline: Feb. 15

Sophomore or Junior Deadline: Jan. 31

U.S. citizen GPA 3.0 Must have completed at least 4 courses related to the field of environmental studies

Seniors and juniors from New England are eligible, and preference is given to those with advanced science/public health course work

Undergraduates in the study of natural sciences

Undergraduates enrolled in a fouryear program and first-year medical or graduate students in the U.S.A. in good standing who can participate in a research project at an institution in the Cleveland, Ohio Passport Apply to individual research project & PhD student Internship begins May 15 with meeting in Hiedelberg

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Sally Dias

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Faina Ryvkin

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin

Emmanuel contact is Faina Ryvkin

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Laurie Johnston




Kathryn Davis Fellowships for Peace Investing in the Study of Critical Languages

Full cost of summer language study – grant covers tuition, room & board at the Middlebury summer Language Schools

Foreign langugae

Deadline: Jan. 31

Completed one year of college level study

Funding to participate in a month-long seminar on human rights in either Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Paris, or Warsaw

Any major; interest in human rights, minority groups, & discrimination

Deadline: Jan. 10

sophomores, juniors, seniors, and recent grads

Undergraduate fellowships for 5 week primary source research program in NYC tuition, books, field trips, travel, room & board plus $2,200 stipend

American History or American Studies

Sophomore or Junior Deadline: Feb. 15

American History or American Studies major


Sophomore, Junior or Senior Deadline – Early April

Humanity in Action Fellowship Program

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Selected Requirements


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Undergraduate fellowships to attend a 5 day session at Harvard University to explore a range of social policy issues

Interest in issues of inequality and social policy

Comments/ Contacts Emmanuel contact is Dr. Laurie Johnston

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Laurie Johnston

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Laurie Johnston

Emmanuel contact is Dr. Christopher Craig

NOTE: Not likely to be offered in 2011

STUDY ABROAD Below are a few study abroad scholarship opportunities. There are numerous possibilities, many directly through the program you study abroad with. Please contact Fern MacKinnon, Director, Intl. Programs, for information. Year of Selected Name Type Field Comments/Contacts Application Requirements Boren Awards for International Study

Undergraduate scholarships up to $20,000 to study in areas of the world critical to U.S. interests & underrepresented in study abroad.

See website for specifics

Undergraduate Deadline: Feb. 10th Graduate Fellowships options available

U.S. citizen engaging in study abroad outside western Europe, Canada, Australia or New Zealand

Preference given to study abroad for more than 1 semester with strong commitment to immersion in less common languages; math and science students ONLY may also use it for summer study


Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program

Glimpse Correspondents Program

Killam Fellowship

Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships

Undergraduate scholarships of up to $5,000 to study abroad + possible $3,000 critical need language supplement (Ex. Arabic, Chinese, Turkic, Persian, Indic, Korean, Russian)

$600 stipend to selected students to work as correspondents while abroad. Guaranteed publications on & Matador Network

Canada/U.S. exchange program $10,000 - 2 semesters $5,000 – 1 semester travel, health insurance Graduate and undergraduate scholarships to finance foreign study abroad experiences for one year Freeman Asia Freeman Awards for Study in Asia an-asia

Critical Language Scholarship Program, US Dept. of State

Funding to spend a semester, year or summer abroad $3000 – summer $5000 – semester $7000- year Full funding for in-country summer Language Study in: Arabic, Persian: Advanced beginning, intermediate or advanced level; Azerbaijani, Bangla/Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Turkish, Urdu: Beginning, intermediate or advanced level; Chinese, Japanese, Russian: Intermediate or advanced level.


Sophomore or Junior Deadline: October 7 & March 1

U.S. citizen Recipient of Pell Grant

Must be accepted to a study abroad program for credit and spend at least 4 weeks in one country, either during a semester or summer

Support from team of editors, career training in writing & photography


Deadline: November 28th

U.S. or NonU.S.citizen studying outside home country for at least 10 weeks, 18+ year old, regular access to email & willing to commit to a professional editorial process


Undergrad Student Deadline: January 31

U.S. citizen Superior academic record

Leading to careers in business or the professions



Sophomore for undergrad. fellowship; Senior or Graduate for graduate fellowship Deadline varies Undergrad Deadline: Feb. 15 for summer April 1 for fall Oct. 12 for spring

Undergrad or grad; deadline is Nov. 15

U.S. citizen Be proficient in language of country proposed

Study must be in country where there is a Rotary Club; must apply through a local Rotary Club

U.S. citizen or permanent resident with demonstrated financial need

US citizen

Participants must plan to continue studying the language after the program concludes

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