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 […]
Refugee Resettlement in VA Teach-In
This Wednesday, attend the Refugee Resettlement in VA Teach-In, brought to you by the VCU School of World Studies.
VCU Education Abroad Funding Opportunities
The Global Education Office is pleased to announce the following awards and scholarship opportunities available to students: VCU Education Abroad Incentive Awards The VCU Education Abroad office is offering three easy ways to receive a $500 award to be used for studying abroad: 1) Be one of the first 20 to enroll in VCU programs […]
Diversity Scholars in Research Week: Registration is Open!
The VCU Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (OMSA) is sponsoring the second annual Diversity Scholars in Research Week.This event will be Feb. 22-25, 2016. If you are interested in participating in the Student Poster Exhibition, where students display posters of their original research, please fill out the application. Researchers from diverse backgrounds or have research […]
Guest Vlog: Herb Hill, Director of Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Many research-focused national scholarship, fellowship, and grant competitions require or encourage undergraduate research experience. Hear from Herb Hill, Director of Undergraduate Opportunities, for tips on how to take advantage of research opportunities at VCU! Check out his “vlog” below, and also check out a recent post about more undergraduate research opportunities.
Guest Vlog: Megan Hodge from VCU Libraries
Our friend Megan Hodge, Teaching and Learning Librarian for VCU Libraries and library liaison to the National Scholarship Office discusses maximizing library resources when building a national scholarship application! Thank you for your expertise, Megan!
UROP Fellowships Announced
Announcing funded fellowship opportunities for undergraduates interested in conducting research during the summer of 2016! Below you will find a brief description for each fellowship opportunity with a link to the full description. Full fellowship descriptions are also attached. Deadline for proposals is March 1st, 2016. Global Education Undergraduate Research Fellowships The Global Education Office (GEO) will fund three […]
State Department Information Session 2/4
The National Scholarship Office and VCU Globe are thrilled to welcome State Department Diplomat in Residence Rich Jaworski to VCU. With over 30 years of global experience, he will provide guidance and advice on Foreign Service and Department of State careers, internships and fellowships. All interested students and faculty are encouraged to attend his information […]
Announcing 2016 Summer Fellowships for Undergraduate Research funded by GEO, DCE, CCTR, IE and UROP
Below are UROP’s funded fellowship opportunities for undergraduates interested in conducting research during the summer of 2016! In addition to the UROP Fellowships, there are fellowships funded by the Center for Clinical and Translational Research, the Division of Community Engagement, the Global Education Office,and the Division for Inclusive Excellence! Below is a brief description for each […]
Quest Global Impacts Awards Due December 16
The Quest Global Impact Awards fund proposals from VCU academic units to develop new and innovative programming in support of VCU’s three global priorities: ♦ improve the recruitment and retention of international students and scholars ♦ increase the global engagement of VCU students and faculty ♦ expand VCU’s global footprint through our research, teaching and […]