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Princeton in Africa (PiAf) Fellow, Samantha Mendoza, reporting from Tanzania

By Naomi Shanguhyia | Oct 10, 2017
Samantha Mendoza with her hands up in front of a hand print wall

We were delighted to hear from Samantha Mendoza, G’ 17, who sent us an update from Monduli, Tanzania, where she is currently on a Princeton in Africa Fellowship: “I arrived in Tanzania about three weeks ago to work at Orkeeswa Secondary School, a community-based school in Orkeeswa Village that offers free education to over 200…

In the News: CFSA to host an information session and writing workshops for the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS)

By Naomi Shanguhyia | Sep 29, 2017

Are you interested in learning a less commonly taught language? The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program is a fully-funded, intensive overseas language and cultural immersion for U.S. graduate and undergraduate students. The Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising (CFSA) will be hosting an information session and writing workshops for prospective applicants. Read more about this…

CFSA to host writing workshops for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship on Friday, 10/20/2017

By Naomi Shanguhyia | Sep 13, 2017

Are you looking for funding opportunities for graduate study?  The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) provides fellowships to individuals selected early in their graduate careers based on their demonstrated potential for significant achievements in science, technology, and engineering. Three years of support ($34,000 stipend, along with a $12,000 cost of education allowance for tuition…

In the News: CFSA selects the inaugural cohort of Young Research Fellows

By Naomi Shanguhyia | Jul 19, 2017
Picture of Natalia Rice - one of the nine Young Research Fellows

The Syracuse University Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising  (CFSA) recently chose the first cohort of  nine undergraduate researchers to participate in the newly created Young Research Fellows Program (YRFP). Participants  will have access to research funding of up to $4000 over two years to support research and creative inquiry during the summer and/or academic year. …

In the News: Rachel May publishes an op-ed on the Marshall Scholarship program

By Naomi Shanguhyia | Jul 6, 2017
Marshall Plan Badge

Rachel May, Director of Sustainability Education at Syracuse University and 1978 Marshall Scholar, has written a piece on the seventieth anniversary of the Marshall Plan and on the importance of the Marshall Scholarship program. Read this insightful piece on Syracuse.com  

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