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CUSE Updates:


CUSE November Grant Application Deadline is October 3

  • The deadline to submit grant applications to CUSE for projects starting in November is October 3 at midnight. Please review our grant policies and submit your application on time in order to be considered for funding.

Applications Available for National Fellowships for Seniors & Alumni

News

CUSE Fall Fellowship Recruitment Has Begun

Author: Kathleen Schuler

The Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE) is pleased to announce the opening of its Fall Fellowships recruitment cycle for academic year 2016-17. Please review the relevant opportunities listed below. 

National fellowships offer prestigious academic opportunities that can help students to achieve their personal and professional goals.

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She Applied Anyway - One Engineer’s Journey from Ecuador, to Notre Dame, to Nicaragua

Author: Kathleen Schuler

Daniela Lugo Romero
Daniela Lugo Romero 
Class of 2018
Civil Engineering

Daniela Lugo Romero (class of 2018, civil engineering) was born and raised in Ecuador, a place she describes as a small country with an incredible amount of cultural and natural richness. She was raised with two sisters, aged fifteen and three, and a large extended family who would gather together weekly—30 people meeting up every weekend.…

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Events

Beinecke Scholarship Information Session

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Location: 110 Brownson Hall

The Beinecke Scholarship provides funding ($30,000 for graduate school, $4,000 immediately) for exceptional juniors pursuing MFA or PhD degrees in the arts, humanities, or social sciences.
We'll discuss eligibility requirements, how to apply, and what makes for a competitive application. Visit cuse.nd.edu/beinecke for additional information, including how to RSVP for the session.

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Goldwater Scholarship Information Session

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Location: 110 Brownson Hall

The Goldwater Scholarship is for outstanding sophomores or juniors in STEM fields interested in pursuing PhD or MD/PhD programs leading to research-oriented careers. The award provides $7,500 for up to two years of undergraduate study. It is one of the most prestigious undergraduate awards in STEM.
We'll discuss eligibility requirements, how to apply, and what makes for a competitive application.

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