2016-17

Rhodes Scholarship

Provides full financial support for a degree or degrees at the University of Oxford for those who demonstrate "outstanding scholarly achievements, [excellent] character, [a] commitment to others and to the common good, and...potential for leadership in whatever domains their careers may lead." The Rhodes Scholarships are the "oldest and most celebrated international fellowship awards in the world."

See Notre Dame News for more information about Alexis and Grace.

Alexis Doyle

Alexis Doyle

Class of 2017, biological sciences and peace studies
Hesburgh-Yusko Scholar
Glynn Scholar
Hesburgh Program in Public Service

 

Grace Watkins

Grace Watkins

Class of 2017, philosophy
Kellogg Institute International Scholar
CUSE Sorin Scholar
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics minor


Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Supports a full graduate degree at the University of Cambridge for individuals with outstanding intellectual ability, leadership potential, and a commitment to improving the lives of others.

Read more about John at Notre Dame News!

John Huber

John Huber

Class of 2017, applied and computational mathematics and statistics


Gilman Scholarship

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Gilman Scholarship aims to diversify the kinds of students who study and intern abroad and the countries and regions where they go.

Read more about our Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 recipients via Notre Dame News! 

Tsz Yan Grace Chow (Spring 2017)

Class of 2018, finance and sociology
Notre Dame International London program

Pete Freeman (Fall 2016)

Class of 2018, sociologygender studies, and peace studies
Lilly Scholar
CUSE Sorin Scholar
Notre Dame International Rwanda program

Gabriel Higuera (Fall 2016)

Class of 2018, mechanical engineering
Notre Dame International Rome program
Notre Dame International London program

Gregory Jenn (Spring 2017)

Class of 2018, political science and romance languages and literatures
Latino Studies minor
Notre Dame International Bologna program

Joshua Pine (Spring 2017)

Class of 2019, political science and Chinese
Catholic Social Tradition minor
Notre Dame International Beijing program

Joseph Wells (Spring 2017)

Class of 2018, Program of Liberal Studies and Spanish
Business Economics minor
Notre Dame International Santiago program