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A bundled week of information sessions on the distinguished awards NISO coordinates and how to secure our campus endorsement. Apply now as an undergraduate.

Reward your STEM research with a Goldwater or Astronaut Scholarship; finance your study of a language abroad with a Boren, Critical Language Scholarship, or Gilman Scholarship; jumpstart your career in environmental concerns or in Native American tribal policy with a Udall Scholarship; go to graduate school for the arts, humanities or social sciences on a Beinecke Scholarship; or bring your commitment as a leader for change, no matter your discipline, to graduate school with a Truman Scholarship.

Looking ahead, we offer overview sessions for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program as well as for the Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Gates Cambridge, Churchill, and Schwarzman scholarships for graduate school abroad and Stanford Knight-Hennessey Scholars Program.


Full session descriptions are available on our event calendar.

Information Sessions will be held in-person with a remote option available for all except the Monday Open House. You will indicate your attendance format when you RSVP. Links to remote sessions will be distributed via email the morning of the session.

 

Mon 9/20

Honors Reading Room, HCRS 1060

9:00AM-12:00PM

NISO Open House
First -year through graduate students, come meet and mingle with the NISO staff before our NISO Week info sessions. We will share general information about our students services including advising, group workshops, and application assistance. All social distancing and mask regulations must be followed. RSVP

Tues 9/21

STEAM Lab, HCRS 1076 - remote option available

5:30-6:15PM

Beinecke Scholarship
Juniors headed to graduate school in the arts, humanities or social sciences -- merit and need scholarship. Info session for Freshmen through Juniors.  RSVP

 

6:30-7:15PM

The Goldwater Scholarship and Astronaut Scholarship reward sophomores and juniors for their STEM research. Info Session for Freshmen through Juniors.  RSVP

Wed 9/22

STEAM Lab, HCRS 1076 - remote option available

5:30-6:15PM

Sophomores and juniors jump-start a career in the environment with a Udall Scholarship. Info Session for Freshmen through Juniors. RSVP

 

6:30-7:15PM

Leaders in public service bringing change heading iton any graduate school discipline. Apply as a junior. Info session for Freshmen through Juniors. RSVP

Thurs 9/23

STEAM Lab, HCRS 1076 - remote option available

4:30-5:15PM

Students interested in working in areas of community transformation, humanitarian aid, international development, etc., join us to learn about the Peace Corps Prep certificate program, designed to assist in building leadership skills and intercultural competencies. Info, icebreakers, chat with IN Peace Corps Recruiter Andrea Tiller, and more. It is especially helpful to learn about this early in your undergraduate education (we're talking to you first and second year students). Info session for undergraduates. RSVP

 

5:30-6:15PM

Leadership and a commitment to fighting the good fight mark these international programs. Info Session for undergraduates, graduate students and recent alumni.  RSVP

 

6:30-7:15PM

Learn about various scholarships that fund language learning, cultural immersion, teaching, or research abroad during and after your undergraduate degree. Info Session for undergraduates, graduate students, and recent alumni. RSVP

 

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