Fellowships and Scholarships News and Announcements

Study in Europe Virtual Fair

Posted by mrp6 on September 21, 2016 in Event, International Scholarship

Are you interested in studying in Europe? Put the free Study in Europe Virtual Fair on your calendar – Friday, October, 14th 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. (EDT)

Visit the Study in Europe Virtual Fair and meet higher education reps from 19 countries! Learn about programs, funding, and admissions. Make Europe your reality!

Register at http://www.studyineuropefairs.eu/exhibitions/detail/5/.


Visit from Director of the Rangel International Affairs Program

Posted by mrp6 on August 31, 2016 in Event

The Office of Fellowships and Scholarships is pleased to announce that on Friday, September 9th, UB will be visited by Patricia Hanigan Scroggs, Director of the Rangel International Affairs Program. She will be hosting two different meetings that afternoon in 567 Capen Hall (the Jeannette Martin Room):

2:00pm – 3:00pm – Student Information Session
3:00pm – 4:00pm – Faculty and Staff Information Session

Patricia will be speaking about the three different opportunities she oversees:

Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program

Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program

USAID Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship Program

Students from all majors are welcome; Rangel Fellows have been selected from disciplines as different as engineering and business to economics and political science. No RSVP is required.

All faculty and staff are welcome to attend, particularly advisors and those who work in Career Services. No RSVP is required.


Turning Passion Into Action: A Conference for Aspiring Public Service Leaders

Posted by mrp6 on August 30, 2016 in Event

Thursday, October 27 – Sunday, October 30
Binghamton, New York

Do you want to be a change maker? Did you know there is a degree for that?

Apply to attend a free student conference to learn more and meet other changemakers:

-Speed network with individuals who are working to create positive change
-Meet innovative thinkers in public policy, philanthropy, international NGOs and more
-Participate in social and cultural activities
-Make new friends from colleges and universities across the Northeast

Who can apply?

You can…if you are a motivated student in NY, CT, NJ or PA, who has completed at least one year of college by fall 2016. We are looking for unique perspectives. It does not matter what your major is – or if you have chosen one yet!

Why you?

Building a better, more inclusive future starts with the next generation. You could be one of 25 future leaders from across New York State and our region selected to attend this all-expenses paid conference.

Isn’t public service just working for the government? Or elected office?

No! Changemakers come in many forms: social entrepreneur, nonprofit leader, international development professional and many other careers.

What can you expect?

There will be full days of talks, seminars and opportunities to meet other people who are making a difference through public service.

What else will there be to do?

There will be social and cultural activities included in the weekend. See a live band or play, chat with Binghamton University student leaders and more!

Is it really free?

Yes! Everything is included: hotel, food, cultural attractions, even bus travel to Binghamton, so that you can focus on learning and building a network with your fellow future leaders!

More information and the application can be found here: http://www.ppiaprogram.org/ppia/what-we-do/publicserviceweekends/psw_binghamton2016/


Marshall Scholarship Presentation – February 3, 2012 at 3:00 pm

Posted by Elizabeth on January 9, 2012 in Event, Graduate School Fellowship/Scholarship, International Scholarship, Uncategorized

The University at Buffalo’s Honors College is hosting a visit by Dominic Meiklejohn, Deputy Consuls-General of the British Embassy in New York City, to speak on the Marshall Scholarship on Friday, February 3, 2012.

Mr. Meiklejohn will offer a session for students from 3:00-4:00pm in 107 Capen Hall, the Honors College Colloquium Room.

Topics to be covered in the student session:

  • Program Overview
  • Graduate Programs in the UK
  • Eligibility
  • Fellowship Benefits and Conditions
  • Application Process
  • Award Criteria

The Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. The scholarship allows the Scholars, who are the potential leaders, opinion-formers and decision-makers in their own country, to gain an understanding and appreciation of British values and the British way of life.

The Marshall Scholarship is highly selective and candidates are judged on academic merit, leadership potential and ambassadorial potential.

For more information on the Marshall Scholarship, www.marshallscholarship.org and www.fellowships.buffalo.edu.

Questions can be directed to Elizabeth Colucci, Senior Assistant Director, University Honors College, at colucci3@buffalo.edu or 645-3020.