Zhou will study medical science at the University of Cambridge this fall as a member of the Gates Cambridge Scholar class of 2020.
COVID-19 and CUSE: Working Remotely
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the University of Notre Dame is requesting that any employees who can work remotely should do so. The CUSE staff will therefore all be working remotely for the time being. We are still available for advising appointments, however, via Zoom or phone, and you can reach us via email or phone with questions during working hours. Although we will obviously be unable to hold in-person events, we intend to be just as available to our students and alumni as we would be if we were working from campus. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
COVID-19 and CUSE: Student Grants
Due to the outbreak of 2019-novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the University of Notre Dame is prohibiting all University-sponsored travel based on the Level 4 travel warning issued by the State Department.
CUSE will not be awarding any summer funding this year, and will pause all further funding until approved to restart by the university.
When making decisions concerning travel, please keep in mind that the health situation could significantly deteriorate in a matter of a few days and could affect your ability to return to campus because of travel restrictions or required self-isolation.
Ashley Zhou Receives Gates Cambridge Scholarship
- Congratulations to Ashley, the University's ninth Gates Cambridge Scholar and one of only 28 selected from the U.S. this year! Read more.
Congratulations to Prathm Juneja, Selected for the U.S. Rhodes Scholar Class of 2020
- We are so thrilled for Prathm, the University of Notre's Dame 20th Rhodes Scholar and fifth since 2014! Read more. Hear more.
University of Notre Dame Is 2019-20 Fulbright Top Producer
- The University is on the Fulbright U.S. Student Program Top Producing Institution List for the sixth consecutive year. Read more.
Four Gilman Scholars Selected for Spring 2020
- Marie Doyle (class of 2021, PLS), Rhetta Eubanks (class of 2021, international economics/history), Mikaela Ramsey (class of 2021, sociology), and Mariah Smith (class of 2022, Arabic/global affairs) have received the Gilman Scholarship to support study abroad in Spring 2020. Read more about their achievement! And learn more about how to apply for this opportunity with CUSE's help.
Sorin Scholar Alumnus Bright Gyamfi Receives Prize for Emerging Scholars
- Congratulations to Bright Gyamfi (class of 2016, history honors/political science), who was recently awarded the Ghana Studies Association's Conference Paper Prize for Emerging Scholars. The paper that Bright presented was based on work he began at Notre Dame as a CUSE Sorin Scholar, which he is continuing as a PhD student at Northwestern University.