Category results for: NSO General Information

National Scholarship Office: Fall General Information Session

The National Scholarship Office (NSO) will host two general information sessions to introduce VCU students to the range of national scholarship opportunities available at all stages of their educational career. All VCU students–graduate and undergraduate–are invited and encouraged to attend. Students new to VCU are especially encouraged to attend. Both sessions will be held in […]

Stop by the VCU Study Abroad Fair!

Are you considering studying abroad? The Global Education Office is hosting a Study Abroad Fair this Wednesday, September 28 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., in the Commons Plaza. Stop by to learn more about a variety of study abroad options. The National Scholarship Office will have a table and staff will be available to […]

Eleven VCU Students and Alumni Receive 2016-2017 Fulbright Awards

May 2016 Eleven VCU alumni have received U.S. Fulbright Student Program awards for the 2016-2017 academic year. This is the largest group of recipients from VCU in a single year. Four recipients have been awarded English Teaching Assistantship grants and seven have been awarded research grants. Three recipients are graduating this May, and eight are […]

Fulbright Recipient Spotlight: Lynn Secondo, Chemical Engineering, Greece

Lynn Secondo, from Maumee, Ohio, will receive her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from VCU in August of 2018. With the support of her Fulbright grant, Secondo will be continuing her current research on metal oxide fuel additives in diesel exhaust and the nanoparticle effects on the human lungs with the project’s collaborator in Thermi, Greece […]

Australian Government’s Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships

May 4, 2016 ORAU has partnered with the Australian Government to seek U.S. and Canadian applicants for Australia’s Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships, an internationally competitive, merit-based scholarship program that provides up to $272,500 Australian dollars (~$204,000 USD or ~$260,000 CAD) for study, research or professional development opportunities between Australia and the world.The Endeavour Scholarships […]

Government careers for graphic designers, computer scientists, web developers and communicators

Join us April 21st from 2-3PM in Scherer Hall, room 401 (923 W. Franklin St) and discover careers with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Information Programs.  The IIP leverages technology to build long-term cultural relationships and advance U.S. diplomacy abroad. To carry out this mission, IIP leverages digital communications technology to reach […]

Research Week: NSO Information Sessions

Research Week: National Scholarship Office Information Session This week is the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program’s Research Week. The NSO will be hosting four information sessions on Thursday, April 21 in the Forum Room of the Student Commons. Check them out: General information session, 11:00am (anyone interested in pursuing a nationally competitive scholarship should attend!) NSF […]

Faculty Fulbright Scholar information sessions

The National Scholarship Office is hosting information sessions for the Faculty Fulbright Scholar program. Faculty who are interested in studying, conducting research, or teaching English abroad are encouraged to attend one of the following sessions: Wednesday, April 13 at Noon in Cabell Library, Rm 311 – Monroe Park Campus Friday, April 22 at Noon, Pollak 201 (SOTA […]

Interested in Working for the Honors College or National Scholarship Office Next Year?

If you received a Federal Work Study (FWS) award this year and/or think you may receive one for 2016-2017, the Honors College and National Scholarship Office want you to come work with us! FWS awards will be announced in early July and most FWS jobs will be posted later in the summer. However, the Honors […]

VCU Student Awarded Critical Language Scholarship

March 22, 2016 A Virginia Commonwealth University student has received a Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) to study the Hindi language in Jaipur, India. Coleman “Cole” Williams, from Virginia Beach, Virginia, is a senior majoring in Religious Studies in the School of World Studies. Williams is also a member of the Religious Studies Society at VCU. […]

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