Events - Upcoming
Sep 10, 2014 · 6:00 p.m.– 8:00 p.m. · Carl Fields Cener, Room 105
Drop by to discuss upcoming fellowships with mid-to-late semester and early spring deadlines, including the Sachs, Gates, Luce and NSF, with Deirdre Moloney, Hanna Lee, and recent fellowship alums from Princeton. Juniors are encouraged to attend so they can start planning early for the Truman and Beinecke scholarships for juniors and for the Rhodes, Marshall, Fulbright, and others during senior year. This will be an informal event, so please stop by and say hello.
Sep 15, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m. · Hargadon G001, Whitman College
Rising seniors, graduate students, or recent alumni who are planning to submit an application for the Fulbright Program for U.S. students will want to attend this session. Judith Swan of the Princeton Writing Program will lead this workshop designed to assist you in polishing your essays. Please bring *5* copies of your drafts. Co-sponsored by the Princeton Writing Program, Graduate School, and Fellowship Advising, Office of International Programs.
Workshop registration is required: https://writing.princeton.edu/signup/t/Fulbright
Sep 15, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 5:30 p.m. · McCosh 28
At this general information session, you can find out everything you need to know to study abroad . . . when to go, where to go, how to apply, how much it costs, etc. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to attend. If you are planning to study abroad in the spring or in the years to come--during the academic year or during the summer, come get your questions answered!
Sep 16, 2014 · 7:00 p.m.– 8:00 p.m. · Friend Center 114
The Winston Churchill Foundation offers scholarships for graduate study in science, math, and engineering at Churchill College, Cambridge University, England: http://www.winstonchurchillfoundation.org. Contact Dean Peter Bogucki in the School of Engineering and Applied Science (firstname.lastname@example.org) with specific questions after visiting the Churchill website.
Sep 17, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m. · McCosh 62
This is the first of two identical information sessions. Two Sachs Scholarships generally will be awarded each year, with one scholar named in each of the following tracks: The Sachs Scholarship at Worcester College, University of Oxford, allows the Sachs Scholar to read for any appropriate degree from the University of Oxford. The Scholarship assures tenure of two years at a stipend sufficient for university and college tuition and a generous allowance for other expenses. The Sachs Global Scholarship enables study at any foreign institution or the pursuit of an independent program of the Scholar’s own devising. The stipend will be set in accordance with anticipated needs up to a maximum of $45,000.
Sep 17, 2014 · 7:30 p.m.– 9:00 p.m. · McCosh 62
This is the second of two identical information sessions. Two Sachs Scholarships generally will be awarded each year, with one scholar named in each of the following tracks: The Sachs Scholarship at Worcester College, University of Oxford, allows the Sachs Scholar to read for any appropriate degree from the University of Oxford. The Scholarship assures tenure of two years at a stipend sufficient for university and college tuition and a generous allowance for other expenses. The Sachs Global Scholarship enables study at any foreign institution or the pursuit of an independent program of the Scholar’s own devising. The stipend will be set in accordance with anticipated needs up to a maximum of $45,000.
Sep 22, 2014 · 5:00 p.m.– 7:00 p.m. · Lewis Library Room 121
ReachOut56-81-06 Fellowships enable Princeton seniors to devote their first post-graduation year to undertaking a special project, or otherwise performing a useful function, for a public interest organization of the applicant’s choice, in the U.S. The 1956 ReachOut International Fellowship enables a Princeton senior to spend their first post-graduation year performing a public interest project anywhere in the world. For more information: http://www.princeton.edu/oip/fellowships/major-awards/reachout/
Sep 24, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 5:30 p.m. · Aaron Burr 216
Come learn about this unique opportunity to spend a semester in Cuba in spring 2015, taking courses taught by faculty from Princeton and the University of Havana. Cuba is in the midst of a major transition from socialism into a market economy, and you will be able to witness history as it is made. The courses offered focus on the intersection of history, politics, and culture since the Cuban revolution. This Program is open to students from all concentrations, and will be of special interest to those focusing on contemporary culture, political economy, history, and anthropology. Requirements: advanced Spanish.
Oct 6, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m. · 36 University Place, Room 330
The goal of the Ford program is to increase the presence of underrepresented minorities on American college and university faculties. Approximately 40 fellowships are offered annually for three years of doctoral funding. Luce Scholars Program aims to provide an awareness of Asia among potential leaders in American society. Each year, 15-18 scholars are chosen to participate in an individualized professional placement in one of 15 Asian countries. For more information: http://www.princeton.edu/oip/fellowships/major-awards/
Oct 10, 2014 · 12:30 p.m.– 3:30 p.m. · Frist Multipurpose Room
Come speak with program providers and university representatives from around the globe, Princeton students who have studied abroad, and OIP staff members. Information about academic year and summer study abroad will be available. This is the best opportunity of the year to learn about Princeton's study abroad and international internship options!
Oct 21, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m. · Lewis Library, Room 120
This session presents an overview of the Truman Scholarship, and a representative from the Truman Scholarship Foundation will be on hand to address your specific questions. The Truman Scholarship Program awards approximately 55-65 scholarships to JUNIORS in recognition of their outstanding leadership records and potential, academic achievement and desire to pursue a career in public service. The award provides up to $30,000 to apply toward graduate study in the U.S. or abroad in a wide variety of fields.
Nov 5, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m. · Frist 234
The Martin A. Dale ’53 Fellowship enables an outstanding Princeton senior to devote the year following graduation to an independent project of extraordinary merit that will widen the recipient’s experience of the world and significantly enhance his or her personal growth and intellectual development. The fellowship embodies the conviction of its donor, Martin A. Dale ’53, of the transformative potential of a year-long project of focused effort and self-discovery before a new graduate embarks on the next major phase of life and career.
Nov 7, 2014 · 4:30 p.m.– 6:00 p.m. · Aaron Burr 303
The objective of the Labouisse Prize is to enable a graduating senior to engage in a project (work and/or study) that exemplifies the spirit of Labouisse’s life and works. Labouisse was a diplomat and an international public servant who championed the causes of international justice and international development. The Labouisse Prize, in the amount of $30,000, will be awarded annually to a graduating Princeton senior who wishes to work or study abroad on matters in keeping with the spirit of Labouisse's life, broadly conceived.