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Join us to meet scholarship recipients who are Purdue alumni and foundation representatives who have a front seat in the screening process. They will talk to you about highly competitive scholarships for leadership and graduate school programs in China, Ireland, the U.K. and the U.S. Learn what qualities are sought in a prestigious scholarship recipient.

All sessions are virtual - please register to recieve the Zoom link(s).

Schedule

Wed 3/3

     

5:00 PM

Marshall Scholar Alumni and Diversity Discussion Panel  RSVP here    

Join us for a 50-minute discussion that will demystify the Marshall Scholarship experience, in a conversation with four alumni of the program. Bring your difficult questions about what kinds of people become Marshall Scholars (all sorts!) and whether applying is right for you (let's talk about your career goals!), and we'll answer them honestly. You'll learn about everyday student life in the UK, cultural adjustments of many flavors, the benefits of the tight-knit community of Marshall Scholars, and what happens after the scholarship.

~ Panelist biographies ~

Sarah Mohamed is a 2015 Marshall Scholar who is currently pursuing her PhD in Government at Harvard University. While in the UK, Sarah received her MPhil in Modern Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Oxford. Prior to the Marshall, Sarah researched human rights issues at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a think tank in Washington, D.C. Sarah was a double-major in Political Science and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Berkeley.  

Abby Lemert is a 2018 Marshall Scholar and Purdue graduate with a B.S.E in Multidisciplinary Engineering. At Purdue, she was a founding member of Purdue Immigrant Allies and PurdueTHINK. She also interned for the U.S. State Department, the NSA’s Civil Liberties & Privacy Office, Privacy International, and Booz Allen Hamilton. On a Marshall Scholarship she attended graduate school at the University of Edinburgh and University College London. Abby currently studies law at Yale Law School and co-authors a Lawfare column on U.S.-China technology policy and national security.

John Calhoun is a lawyer and political consultant based in Boston, MA. He served as a Marshall Scholar from 2010-2012. A graduate of Yale Law School, he has served in and advised presidential, gubernatorial, and senatorial campaigns/administrations.   

6:00 PM

Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Schwarzman, Knight-Hennessy Scholarships Info Session    RSVP here

Join Boilermakers: Rhodes Scholar Joe Jewell (2005), Marshall Scholar Abby Lemert (2018), and Mitchell Scholar Mason Gordon (2020, speaking from his current Mitchell Scholarship in Ireland) to learn of their experiences in these prestigious scholarship programs. Application processes and further information for Knight-Hennessy will be discussed.

Schwarzman Scholars, the leadership program for a 1-year Master’s in Global Affairs at Tsinghua University in China, and Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholars will also be discussed during this session. These two programs are open to U.S. and international students from any major. 

 

如果您对中国公民Schwarzman学者的信息感兴趣,请发送电子邮件至niso@purdue.edu。我们将安排与普渡大学校友Jing Su的信息会议。

Thurs 3/4

     

5:30 PM

Gates Cambridge and Churchill Scholars Info Session     RSVP here   

Two Scholarships for University of Cambridge graduate study: Gates Cambridge Scholar Marisa Henry (2016) she shares her experiences on a fully funded graduate scholarship and leadership program at University of Cambridge. Churchill Scholars Emily Erickson (2015) and Shovik Bandyopadyhay (2017) chat with you about Churchill’s one-year programs for STEM graduate study.

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Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Outstanding intellectual ability, leadership, and a commitment to improving the lives of others are key qualities of a Gates Cambridge Scholar. This session will help you assess if you would be a good fit with this scholarship in any major at University of Cambridge. Open to all non-UK citizens. Freshmen through early graduate students attend. Applications for the 2021-22 academic year scholarship begin shortly.

Churchill Scholarship 

This scholarship funds one-year graduate programs in the sciences, engineering, and mathematics at Churchill College, University of Cambridge. First-, Second-, and Third-year undergraduates attend. Applications for the 2021-22 academic year scholarship begin shortly.

Mitchell Scholarship

The Mitchell Scholarship funds a one-year graduate degree in the Republic of Ireland. Future American leaders connect to Ireland on a Mitchell Scholarship while fostering intellectual achievement and a commitment to community and service.

Freshmen through early graduate students attend. Applications for the 2021-22 academic year scholarship begin shortly.

Rhodes Scholarship

The Rhodes Scholarship for study at University of Oxford fits students with demonstrated leadership potential and commitment to the common good.

Freshmen through early graduate students attend. Applications for the 2021-22 academic year scholarship begin shortly.

Marshall Scholarship 

The Marshall funds graduate level study for future leaders who will further US-UK relations through study at any UK institution and into their future careers. 

Freshmen through early graduate students attend. Applications for the 2021-22 academic year scholarship begin shortly.

Schwarzman Scholars

View the geopolitical landscape of the 21st Century through the lens of China via international leadership network in Beijing. Elysia Pan, Schwarzman Scholars Admissions Outreach and Events Officer, will give an overview of the program and speak to the US/Global round of selecting Scholars.

Schwarzman Scholars is an innovative leadership program through a 1-year master’s degree at Tsinghua University.  Each cohort of Schwarzman Scholars joins a global network of young and talented leaders, helping to build stronger links between China and a rapidly changing world.

  • Global Affairs Master’s degree
  • Includes high level internships in Beijing
  • Students of any nation apply
Applications for the 2021-22 academic year scholarship begin shortly.

Knight-Hennessy Scholars

Students with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment  receive full funding to pursue a wide-ranging graduate education at Stanford. Third- and fourth-year, and early graduate students apply; first- and second year students get a jump on building their portfolios.
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