Student Direct Apply Fellowships

Charles C. Chappelle Fellowship 

For graduating Purdue undergraduates who will enter a Purdue graduate program at the West Lafayette Campus in Fall 2020

Students apply directly through the following link:  Nomination Form 

The Charles C. Chappelle Fellowship provides a one-year fellowship to students with undergraduate degrees from Purdue for the furtherance of postgraduate research at the University. Recipients are selected on the basis of character, intellectual ability and promise of degree attainment. This fellowship includes a stipend, graduate tuition scholarship, payment of most fees and a medical insurance benefit.

Submission Requirements

Please make sure you submit a single pdf document in the following order:

  • CV
  • Impact Essay (1,000 word document on how Purdue has impacted your development through Purdue's campus initiatives of learning, discovery, and engagement)
  • Unofficial Purdue Electronic Transcript
Support
$22,500 per year minimum (2021-22)
One year of support from The Graduate School.
Timeline
Application Link Opens: October
Application Deadline:   Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 5:00 pm
Award notification: February 22, 2021 to winners only

Ludwig Kruhe Fellowship

For doctoral students who are/will be PhD candidates in 2020

Doctoral student direct application link:  Nomination Form 

The Ludwig Kruhe Fellowship was established as a means for promoting a deeper understanding in global issues and international relations. It is intended for doctoral candidates in one of the following programs: agricultural economics, civil engineering, foreign languages and literatures, history, management, or political science. This fellowship provides a one-year award package that includes stipend/salary, graduate tuition scholarship, payment of most fees and a medical insurance benefit.

Submission Requirements

Please make sure you submit a single pdf document in the following order:

  • CV
  • Letter of Endorsement from Department Head
  • Letter of Recommendation from Research Advisor
  • Unofficial Purdue Electronic Transcript
  • Abstract of Scholarly Achievements (500 words or less)
  • Short essay on their interest in world problems (500 words or less)
Support
$22,500 per year minimum (2021-22)
One year of support from The Graduate School
Timeline
Application Link Opens: October
Application Deadline:   Tuesday, January 19, 2021 at 5:00 pm
Award notification: February 22, 2021 to winners only

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