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Are you an engineering student in need of funding as you continue to pursue academic excellence?
Matthew Sohm, CC '06, has been selected as a 2010-11 Robert Bosch Fellow. This fellowship program that enables young American professionals to participate in an intensive work and study program in Germany. Candidates are competitively chosen from the fields of business administration, economics, journalism, law, political science and public policy.
Jordan Hirsch was selected as 1 of 5 fellows this year through an application process was judged by senior members of the Wall Street Journal editorial board.
We are pleased to introduce the Academic Year Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS) for ALL Columbia Undergraduates.
We are pleased to report that Shlomo Bolts, a senior Political Science and Sociology double major from Miami Beach Florida, has won the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. Shlomo plans to pursue an MPhil in Modern Society and Global Transformations at Cambridge. His areas of interest include globalization, peace studies, and denationalization.
Are you an engineering student in need of funding as you continue to pursue academic excellence? Meet with Dean Pippenger and Ms. Roach of the Fellowships Office to learn about opportunities to fund research, your education (both undergraduate and graduate), or even study abroad.
Please note that applications for the Udall Scholarship will be due into the Fellowships Office on February 8th at 5 pm.
This year, a single Columbia junior will be selected as the Steamboat Summer Scholar and will have the unparalelled experience of interning at the Hospital of Special Surgery with Columbia alumnus and New York Mets team physician Dr. David Altchek. Deadline for application submission is January 29, 2010.
The 2010 International Research and Education in Engineering (IREE) Program, sponsored by the National Science Foundation and organized by Purdue University, is now accepting applications for the 2010 grant cycle. IREE 2010 awardees will receive a stipend (US$4,000 for graduate students and US$3,000 for undergraduate students) to conduct engineering-related research in China from May - August 2010. Additionally, grant awardees will receive allowances for: an orientation program; travel to and housing/meals in China; plus a re-entry program. The 50 students (20 undergraduate and 30 graduate students) that receive the IREE award will spend 10-12 weeks working on frontier engineering research projects in university, industry, or government labs in China.
Please join Peter Kerrigan, Deputy Director of DAAD NY, and Michaela Gottschling, Director of the RISE program, for an information session on this unique summer opportunity in Germany. The meeting will take place at 3 pm on December 3rd in the Core Conference Room of Hamilton Hall.