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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

Students Discuss CUSE in "A Letter to My Freshman Self"

Author: Kathleen Schuler

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In February of 2016, two CUSE Sorin Scholars, Lily Kang (2016, information technology management and sociology) and Ian Tembe (2017, chemical engineering and philosophy) came to the office to discuss an idea for a project - they would ask graduating seniors and Notre Dame alumni to write letters addressed to their freshman selves and would publish them in an anthology. With the support of CUSEDean Hugh Page and First Year of Studies, and many other groups on campus,  Ian and Lily were able to collect 65 letters and work with Corby Publishers to produce "A Letter to my Freshman Self: Domers Reflect on their Undergraduate Experience, which was published in June 2016,

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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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Events

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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Truman Scholarship Information Session

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Location: 110 Brownson Hall

The Truman Scholarship supports juniors interested in graduate school who have demonstrated that they will enter public service careers and become "change agents" by exhibiting efficacious leadership in the service of a cause and a commitment to public service. The Truman Scholarship includes a monetary award for graduate education, leadership training, and access to exclusive internship and networking opportunities.

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