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Friday, April 13th, 2012

Fulbright Info Session – Monday, April 16

Each year the US Student Fulbright program offers exciting research opportunities for newly graduated bachelor students in every possible discipline in over one hundred countries. Additionally, Fulbright offers opportunities for students to obtain assistantships as native speakers helping students in other countries learn English. These assistantships are open to students from all disciplines. Learn more about the Fulbright Program: Monday, April 16 at Noon in the ELC Gallery Theatre Antonio Tahhan, a Fulbright Alumni Ambassador, will be briefly discussing his experience as a Fulbright scholar, the goals of the Fulbright Program and the opportunities it offers. Mr. Tahhan pursued degrees […]

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Monday, December 7th, 2009

Terms to Know for Grad School Finance

Are you familiar with the following terms for financing your graduate education? Fellowships: typically granted to individuals to cover their living expenses while they carry out research or work on a project. Awards may be single or multiple-year. Awards are usually based on an individual’s merit as measured by grades, GRE scores, publications, and letters of recommendation. Assistantships: usually campus-affiliated work assignments (e.g. graduate teaching instructor, research associate) that provide an individual a stipend and often waive tuition and/or other matriculation fees. Grants: often awarded to cover expenses associated with carrying out research or other specific projects, such as travel, […]

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