NISO Week | September 17-21, 2018

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/Schwarzman scholarships for graduate school abroad and Stanford Knight-Hennessey Scholars Program.

All sessions take place in the Honors College and Residences (HCRS) south building.

Full session descriptions are available on our event calendar.

If currently off campus, join remotely through WebEx  Please login 5 minutes prior to the start of the session you wish to attend. This option is available for all sessions Monday - Thursday, but not the Open House event Friday.

Be sure to RSVP so you receive follow-up information.

Mon 9/17

HCRS 1054


Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholars  RSVP

Tues 9/18

HCRN 1143


Goldwater and Astronaut Scholarships  RSVP


Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Churchill, Gates Cambridge, and Schwarzman  RSVP

Wed 9/19

HCRS 1054


Thurs 9/20

HCRS 1054


Beinecke Scholarship  RSVP


Critical Language ScholarshipBoren Scholarship & FellowshipGilman Scholarship, and

Fulbright U.S. Student Program  RSVP

Fri 9/21

HCRS 1076


NISO Open House for Freshmen  RSVP


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