For students thinking about degree options through a Rhodes scholarship, the foundation continues to support second BA programs. This used to be a more common degree choice, and the foundation still feels it is an excellent choice, worthy of consideration. In choosing the second BA, students experience Oxford’s tutorial system–one of the institutions great strengths. […]

This is a frequent question from Fulbright applicants: what should a letter of affiliation say? Here are some guidelines: 1. Review the country-specific information about affiliations. A majority of Fulbrighters will affiliate with universities, although in some countries it is possible to affiliate with other types of organizations, such as research institutes or government ministries. […]

For those who applied for British scholarship nomination in the spring and are interested in being nominated for the Keasbey Scholarship, information and materials for 2015 are now available at go/keasbey . Questions? Ask .

New changes for Indian and Chinese citizens studying in the US from the Rhodes foundation: From this application cycle, Indian and Chinese citizens studying in the US may apply for the Indian and Chinese Rhodes Scholarships, respectively. Rhodes Scholarship for India Citizens of India, who hold an Indian passport, or equivalent proof of citizenship, who […]

If you’re interested in applying for Watson Fellowship nomination in the fall and we haven’t yet talked, now is a great time to connect!  I am around for much of the summer, but will be traveling too—so my ability to respond to you may be faster or slower depending on when you contact me. You […]

For those thinking about applying for a Fulbright grant in the fall, here are some notes and suggestions to get you started: If you haven’t yet sent me a preliminary application, we should talk! I am around for much of the summer, but will be traveling too—so my ability to respond to you may be […]

In case you were missed the recent info session about the new Schwarzman Scholarship, here’s the video of the presentation! This is a new masters degree and leadership program, open to seniors and young alumni. See  for more information and to apply.

Rod Abhari, Zeke Caceres, Joe Flaherty, Forest Jarvis Priscilla Odinmah–all Class of 2015–and Molly O’Keefe ‘12.5 and Sarah Pollnow ’14 are Middlebury’s newest Fulbright recipients! Read about their plans next year at .  

For those students and alumni interested in the Schwarzman Scholarship but not on campus for the info session on Thursday, April 23–we are trying out a videoconference option so that you can participate. To join in, here are the instructions: This info session is now over. A video will be posted at go/fellowships shortly. Following […]

The Truman Foundation just posted the names of the 58 new 2015 Truman Scholars. Middlebury students Kate Hamilton ‘15.5 and Maddie Orcutt ’16 are among this impressive group of new Truman Scholars! The 2015 class was selected from among 688 candidates nominated by 297 colleges and universities—the most applications the foundation received in a decade. You can read about the new […]

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