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Congratulations to Middlebury alumni Darren Chen, Amani Core and Christina Wiremu-Brook who were selected as Schwarzman Scholars! You can read more about them in the newsroom: https://www.middlebury.edu/newsroom/archive/2022-news/node/662029 . The 151 Schwarzman Scholars in the Class of 2023 hail from 33 countries and 106 universities. Scholars pursue a one-year Master’s degree in Global Affairs with a […]

Samvid Scholars is a new, merit-based graduate scholarship for leaders and changemakers. Samvid Scholars was established in 2021 by Samvid Ventures to invest in the graduate education of future leaders who are committed to effecting positive change in society.     The Samvid Scholars program supports up to $50,000 per year for two years of graduate study.    In addition to funding for their […]

Check out these great opportunities for STEM undergraduates interested in graduate school and research internships! These programs are sponsored by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Apply for the DOE-WDTS SULI and CCI internship programs at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The application closes October 6 at 5:00 PM EST.  Register here for the upcoming virtual GRAD Lab (September 24-25) to learn […]

CUR Conversations: Preparing for the Graduate School Application Process: A BeginningJuly 21, 2021  2:00-3:00PM ET–Sign up using the link aboveStudents will gain insights into what to expect in graduate school, how to best search for graduate programs, and the application process. The session will include practical tips for preparing multiple applications, approaching faculty for letters of recommendation, […]

The Knight Hennessy Application will Open on August 1, 2021; Deadline is October 6, 2021. Learn more about the scholarship at https://knight-hennessy.stanford.edu/ and attend an online info session below. The Knight Hennessy supports graduate study at Stanford University. Here are links to the calendar of Regional and General Online Information Sessions with eligible students and recent alumni interested […]

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