Office of Student Fellowships & Awards

Are you a motivated student with ambition and passion for what you do? Interested in transformative opportunities such as research, language study, service, mentorship, networking, or travel?

Then you're in the right place. The Office of Student Fellowships & Awards is here to support engaged students like you in their applications to nationally competitive fellowships as well as some UW-wide opportunities. Not sure what a fellowship is? Find out below, or better still, attend one of the upcoming info sessions.

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Open Applications

Students should start working on these applications two to three months before the deadlines posted below.

Toigo MBA Fellowship, national deadline March 15, 2015
Marshall Scholarship, campus deadline April 9, 2015
Mitchell Scholarship, campus deadline April 9, 2015
Rhodes Scholarship, campus deadline April 9, 2015
Fulbright U.S. Student Program, campus deadline September 9, 2015

 

Student Highlights

2015 Fulbright Finalist

Lizeth Garcia

Huge congratulations to Fulbright finalist Lizeth Garcia. A 2013 graduate of the Politics, Philosophy and Economics program, Lizeth is hoping to teach English in Mexico through the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Program in 2015-16. After being chosen as a finalist by a domestic screening committee, her application has now been passed to the host country for final selection. She will hear in April or May whether she will receive the award.

Lizeth is no stranger to teaching; she has gained valuable tutoring experience working with a local community organization that supports the education of Latino children. Since graduating from UW Tacoma, she’s worked as a legislative aide at King County Council. Fingers crossed for her application!

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The Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards funding for one academic year of self-designed study, research, creative projects, or teaching English in one of over 140 countries around the world. Eligible applicants are U.S. Citizens who will have a bachelor's degree before the start of the grant, but not yet a PhD.

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