NSO Summer Info Sessions

The National Scholarship Office (NSO) will host several virtual information sessions over the next several weeks, in which we will introduce the following awards and how to apply for them. Please register in advance.

  • Harvard Public Policy and Leadership Conference: Tuesday 6/30 @ 2pm

    Open to incoming first-year students and rising second-year students: This all-expenses-paid conference will take place next February 2021 at Harvard University, and will provide participants with opportunities for learning about public policy and leadership, building professional networks, and developing skills for graduate school and the workforce.

  • Critical Language Scholarship: Wednesday 7/1 @ 2pm

    Open to all students (undergraduate and graduate) in all majors. This scholarship provides recipients with a fully-funded, summer intensive language study abroad experience. Recipients study one of fifteen critical languages, as determined by the U.S. Dept. of State.

  • General Information Session: Thursday 7/2 @ noon

    Intended for new incoming students, rising second-year students, transfer students, and new graduate students, this session will provide an overview of the services and supports offered by the National Scholarship Office, as well as an introduction to a number of the awards we advise for.

  • Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program: Thursday 7/2 @ 3pm

    This program is geared towards faculty and professionals (no undergraduate or graduate students unless you will defend and file your dissertation by April 2021). The Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program provides opportunities for faculty and other professionals to engage in research, teaching, or other kinds of exchange projects in countries across the globe.

  • National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF): Wednesday 7/8 @ 2pm

    For rising seniors, incoming graduate students, and rising second-year graduate students. The GRF funds up to three years of graduate study in the STEM (non-medical) fields.

  • Goldwater Scholarship: Thursday 7/9 @ 2pm

    Intended for rising sophomores and juniors planning a career in science, math, technology, or research-based medicine. The Goldwater Scholarship provides up to $7,500 that can be used for educational expenses, and access to mentoring and an alumni network.

  • Presidential Management Fellowship: Wednesday 7/15 @ 10am AND Thursday 7/16 @ 2pm

    Geared towards current graduate students and recent graduate alumni: The Presidential Management Fellowship (PMF) aims to prepare future government leaders through a two-year appointment within a federal agency.

Please register here. A Zoom link will be sent to everyone who registers for any of the info sessions on the morning of the scheduled session.

Please email Mr. Jeff Wing with any questions.

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