The Office of Undergraduate Research and the Honors College support all UWG students in application for national scholarships and fellowships. We work with students through the entire application process, from identifying national awards that fit their goals, to writing application essays, to obtaining appropriate letters of recommendation. Join us throughout the year for information sessions, workshops, and conversations about the opportunities available to UWG students, including the Fulbright, Truman, Gilman, Goldwater, Madison, and more.

The OUR will work to ensure that the entire campus community is aware of national and international scholarship and fellowship opportunities for students who are enrolled in undergraduate programs and for our students who are preparing for the next step of their academic journey.  

  • Opportunities
    Opportunities
    • Fulbright
      Who: Graduating seniors and recent graduates
      Fulbright is an opportunity to spend a year abroad earning a graduate degree, conducting research, or serving as an assistant English teacher. Not all countries require language proficiency.
      We begin working with current UWG juniors to submit applications in the fall of their senior year. Seniors who are graduating and alumni may also apply.
      UWG Intent deadline: May 1
      UWG Application Materials deadline: early August
      Fulbright deadline: early-mid October
    • Gilman International Scholarship
      Partnering with the Office of Education Abroad
      Who: Undergraduate Pell Grant recipients
      Gilman is a grant program that enables students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad. Awards of up to $5000 for study abroad expenses are awarded.
      Spring and Summer early Gilman deadline: early October
      Summer Gilman deadline: early March
      Fall and Academic Year Gilman deadline: early March
    • Goldwater Scholarship
      Who: Sophomores and juniors with high GPAs (average GPA 3.9, 3.0 minimum). Future researchers in natural sciences, engineering, and math.
      The Goldwater award provides scholarship support to undergraduate students majoring in the natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics who intend to pursue research careers in these fields. Up to $7500 for junior and senior years.
      UWG Profile/Pre-application deadline: early November
      UWG Application Materials deadline: early-mid January
    • Madison Fellowship
      Who: Seniors or alumni who are current/future K12 teachers teaching the US Constitution (usually Social Studies/history) who want to pursue graduate study
      Offers $24,000 fellowships to individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary school level. One fellowship awarded per state, per year.
      Madison deadline: March 1
      UWG Registration deadline: late January
    • Truman Scholarship
      Who: Juniors with outstanding leadership and public service who are change-agents. Average GPA 3.7 (no minimum GPA requirement)
      Merit-based scholarships to college students who plan to pursue careers in government or elsewhere in public service. Truman Scholars receive up to $30,000 for graduate or professional school, participate in leadership development activities, and have special opportunities for internships and employment with the federal government.
      UWG Application Materials deadline: early-mid January
      Truman deadline: early February
    • Schwarzman Scholarship
      Who: Current seniors who are future leaders
      Schwarzman Scholars earn a fully-funded Masters in Global Affairs from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The program gives the world's brightest young leaders the opportunity to develop their understanding of China, hone their leadership skills, and broaden their professional networks. No Mandarin language experience required.
      Schwarzman deadline: mid-late September
    • REUs (Research Experiences for Undergraduates)
      Who: Undergraduate science students
      National Science Foundation (NSF) funded summer undergraduate research opportunities with colleges and universities across the US.
      Deadlines vary by project, though most are in early Spring. Students can apply to multiple REUs.
     
  • Events and Information Sessions
    Fall 2021 Events and Information Sessions

     Workshop Session

    • 8/25, 2:30PM: National Scholarships and Fellowships for Social Science Majors
      Campus Center 105
    • 8/26, 2:30PM: National Scholarships and Fellowships for Science and Math Majors
      Campus Center 105
    • 8/30, 2:30PM: National Scholarships and Fellowships for Arts and Humanities Majors
      Campus Center 105
    • 8/31, 4:00PM: National Schoalrships and Fellowships for Education Majors
      Campus Center 105
    • 9/1, 2:30PM: National Scholarships and Fellowships for Business Majors
      Campus Center 105
    • 9/16, 2:30PM: Scholarship Writing and Personal Statements
      Campus Center 105
    • 10/14, 2:30PM: National Scholarships and Fellowships for Freshmen and Sophomores
      Campus Center 105
    • 10/19, 2:30-4:30PM: Virtual Goldwater Q&A (on Google Meet)
      Google Meet joining info
      Video call link: https://meet.google.com/uso-xehp-rca
      Or dial: ‪(US) +1 662-807-8784‬ PIN: ‪737 860 013‬#
    • 11/10, 2:30-4:30PM: Virtual Truman Q&A (on Google Meet)
      Google Meet joining info
      Video call link: https://meet.google.com/zpw-dmmw-yvs
      Or dial: ‪(US) +1 513-796-6886‬ PIN: ‪242 677 490‬#
    • 11/16, 2:30-4:30PM: Virtual REU Q&A (on Google Meet)
      Google Meet joining info
      Video call link: https://meet.google.com/iab-zbap-ycm
      Or dial: ‪(US) +1 513-480-5325‬ PIN: ‪804 550 764‬#

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