Awards for Emory Alumni

DAAD/ GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP · Provides scholarship funding and a stipend to support one academic year of study in Germany; emphasizes academic achievement (apply November of senior year, as a graduate student, or as an alum within 6 years of graduation).

FORD FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP · Funds graduate study for students who have sustained personal engagement with communities that are underrepresented in the academy and who have an ability to bring this asset to learning, teaching, and scholarship at the college and university level; and/or who belong to one or more groups underrepresented in the American professoriate (Alaskan Natives; African Americans; Mexican Americans; Native Americans; Native Pacific Islanders; Puerto Ricans) (apply November of senior year or as a graduate student with at least three years remaining to completion of a doctorate).

FULBRIGHT ENGLISH TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP · Funds one year as an English Teaching Assistant in a foreign country for students with significant teaching, mentoring, or related experience and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student).

FULBRIGHT RESEARCH/ STUDY GRANT · Funds one year of research/ study in a foreign country for students with previous research experience, strong academic records, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student). **Students currently enrolled in Laney Graduate School should apply for Research/ Study awards through the Graduate School’s endorsement process. (http://gs.emory.edu/sites/grantwriting/gwresources/gwfulbright.html)

GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP · Multi-year award for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in any field for students with outstanding intellectual ability, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to improving the lives of others (apply October of senior year or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (Europe) · Funds a 5-week European summer program in human rights for students committed to minority rights and social justice with substantial leadership experience and an outstanding academic record (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (US) · Funds a 4-week summer program in Atlanta or Detroit for students with outstanding academic records who are committed to diversity and social justice and have significant leadership experience (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

KNIGHT-HENNESSY SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Funds up to three years of graduate study at Stanford University (including housing, fees and a stipend) for high-achieving students with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment (apply in senior year or as an alumni).

LUCE SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Provides a one-year professional placement in Asia in any field; for those with limited experience in Asia and significant leadership ability (apply September of senior year or as an alum up to age 29).

MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP · Two-year award to pursue graduate study in the UK in any field for students with exceptional academic records, strong preparation in the proposed field of graduate study, and significant leadership experience (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

MITCHELL SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to pursue graduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland in any field for students with outstanding intellectual achievement, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to service (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 30).

RHODES SCHOLARSHIP · Two- or three-year award to study at the University of Oxford in any program/field for students with outstanding academic achievements, significant leadership experience, and commitment to the common good (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 23).

CHARLES ELIAS SHEPARD SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to fund graduate study in a top-ranked masters or PhD program; open to students from any Emory University school; emphasizes intellectual ability, scholastic achievement and personal promise (apply April of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

PAUL AND DAISY SOROS FELLOWSHIP FOR NEW AMERICANS · One- or two-year award to support graduate study in any field, up to $90,000; emphasizes leadership and academic achievement; open to permanent residents, naturalized citizens, and children of immigrants only (apply November of senior year or as an alum).

DAAD/ GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP · Provides scholarship funding and a stipend to support one academic year of study in Germany; emphasizes academic achievement (apply November of senior year, as a graduate student, or as an alum within 6 years of graduation).

FORD FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP · Funds graduate study for students who have sustained personal engagement with communities that are underrepresented in the academy and who have an ability to bring this asset to learning, teaching, and scholarship at the college and university level; and/or who belong to one or more groups underrepresented in the American professoriate (Alaskan Natives; African Americans; Mexican Americans; Native Americans; Native Pacific Islanders; Puerto Ricans) (apply November of senior year or as a graduate student with at least three years remaining to completion of a doctorate).

FULBRIGHT ENGLISH TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP · Funds one year as an English Teaching Assistant in a foreign country for students with significant teaching, mentoring, or related experience and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student).

FULBRIGHT RESEARCH/ STUDY GRANT · Funds one year of research/ study in a foreign country for students with previous research experience, strong academic records, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student). **Students currently enrolled in Laney Graduate School should apply for Research/ Study awards through the Graduate School’s endorsement process. (http://gs.emory.edu/sites/grantwriting/gwresources/gwfulbright.html)

GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP · Multi-year award for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in any field for students with outstanding intellectual ability, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to improving the lives of others (apply October of senior year or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (Europe) · Funds a 5-week European summer program in human rights for students committed to minority rights and social justice with substantial leadership experience and an outstanding academic record (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (US) · Funds a 4-week summer program in Atlanta or Detroit for students with outstanding academic records who are committed to diversity and social justice and have significant leadership experience (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

KNIGHT-HENNESSY SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Funds up to three years of graduate study at Stanford University (including housing, fees and a stipend) for high-achieving students with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment (apply in senior year or as an alumni).

LUCE SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Provides a one-year professional placement in Asia in any field; for those with limited experience in Asia and significant leadership ability (apply September of senior year or as an alum up to age 29).

MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP · Two-year award to pursue graduate study in the UK in any field for students with exceptional academic records, strong preparation in the proposed field of graduate study, and significant leadership experience (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

MITCHELL SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to pursue graduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland in any field for students with outstanding intellectual achievement, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to service (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 30).

RHODES SCHOLARSHIP · Two- or three-year award to study at the University of Oxford in any program/field for students with outstanding academic achievements, significant leadership experience, and commitment to the common good (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 23).

CHARLES ELIAS SHEPARD SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to fund graduate study in a top-ranked masters or PhD program; open to students from any Emory University school; emphasizes intellectual ability, scholastic achievement and personal promise (apply April of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

PAUL AND DAISY SOROS FELLOWSHIP FOR NEW AMERICANS · One- or two-year award to support graduate study in any field, up to $90,000; emphasizes leadership and academic achievement; open to permanent residents, naturalized citizens, and children of immigrants only (apply November of senior year or as an alum).

FULBRIGHT ENGLISH TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP · Funds one year as an English Teaching Assistant in a foreign country for students with significant teaching, mentoring, or related experience and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student).

FULBRIGHT RESEARCH/ STUDY GRANT · Funds one year of research/ study in a foreign country for students with previous research experience, strong academic records, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student). **Students currently enrolled in Laney Graduate School should apply for Research/ Study awards through the Graduate School’s endorsement process. (http://gs.emory.edu/sites/grantwriting/gwresources/gwfulbright.html)

GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP · Multi-year award for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in any field for students with outstanding intellectual ability, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to improving the lives of others (apply October of senior year or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (Europe) · Funds a 5-week European summer program in human rights for students committed to minority rights and social justice with substantial leadership experience and an outstanding academic record (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (US) · Funds a 4-week summer program in Atlanta or Detroit for students with outstanding academic records who are committed to diversity and social justice and have significant leadership experience (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

KNIGHT-HENNESSY SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Funds up to three years of graduate study at Stanford University (including housing, fees and a stipend) for high-achieving students with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment (apply in senior year or as an alumni).

LUCE SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Provides a one-year professional placement in Asia in any field; for those with limited experience in Asia and significant leadership ability (apply September of senior year or as an alum up to age 29).

MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP · Two-year award to pursue graduate study in the UK in any field for students with exceptional academic records, strong preparation in the proposed field of graduate study, and significant leadership experience (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

MITCHELL SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to pursue graduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland in any field for students with outstanding intellectual achievement, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to service (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 30).

RHODES SCHOLARSHIP · Two- or three-year award to study at the University of Oxford in any program/field for students with outstanding academic achievements, significant leadership experience, and commitment to the common good (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 23).

SCHWARZMAN SCHOLARSHIP · Funds a one-year Master’s in public policy, economics and business, or international studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China for students with outstanding academic achievement, leadership experience, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year or up to age 29).

PAUL AND DAISY SOROS FELLOWSHIP FOR NEW AMERICANS · One- or two-year award to support graduate study in any field, up to $90,000; emphasizes leadership and academic achievement; open to permanent residents, naturalized citizens, and children of immigrants only (apply November of senior year or as an alum).

CARNEGIE FELLOWSHIP · One-year professional experience at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for academically outstanding students committed to a career in international affairs (apply November of senior year or as an alum within one year of graduation).

DAAD/ GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP · Provides scholarship funding and a stipend to support one academic year of study in Germany; emphasizes academic achievement (apply November of senior year, as a graduate student, or as an alum within 6 years of graduation).

FULBRIGHT ENGLISH TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP · Funds one year as an English Teaching Assistant in a foreign country for students with significant teaching, mentoring, or related experience and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student).

FULBRIGHT RESEARCH/ STUDY GRANT · Funds one year of research/ study in a foreign country for students with previous research experience, strong academic records, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student). **Students currently enrolled in Laney Graduate School should apply for Research/ Study awards through the Graduate School’s endorsement process. (http://gs.emory.edu/sites/grantwriting/gwresources/gwfulbright.html)

GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP · Multi-year award for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in any field for students with outstanding intellectual ability, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to improving the lives of others (apply October of senior year or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (Europe) · Funds a 5-week European summer program in human rights for students committed to minority rights and social justice with substantial leadership experience and an outstanding academic record (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (US) · Funds a 4-week summer program in Atlanta or Detroit for students with outstanding academic records who are committed to diversity and social justice and have significant leadership experience (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

KNIGHT-HENNESSY SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Funds up to three years of graduate study at Stanford University (including housing, fees and a stipend) for high-achieving students with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment (apply in senior year or as an alumni).

LUCE SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Provides a one-year professional placement in Asia in any field; for those with limited experience in Asia and significant leadership ability (apply September of senior year or as an alum up to age 29).

JAMES MADISON FELLOWSHIP · Provides funding for a MA, MAT, or MEd for individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary school level; requires commitment to teaching American history, American government, or social studies in grades 7-12 for one full academic year for each year of aid received (apply March of senior year or as an alum).

MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP · Two-year award to pursue graduate study in the UK in any field for students with exceptional academic records, strong preparation in the proposed field of graduate study, and significant leadership experience (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

MITCHELL SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to pursue graduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland in any field for students with outstanding intellectual achievement, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to service (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 30).

PAYNE FELLOWSHIP · Provides up to $90,000 for graduate school and internships for students with outstanding academic achievement, significant service and leadership, and demonstrated interest in international development who commit to three years of service with USAID (apply January of senior year or as an alum).

PICKERING FOREIGN AFFAIRS FELLOWSHIP · Provides funding toward undergraduate and/ or graduate study and summer internships in fields related to the Foreign Service for students with outstanding academic achievement, significant leadership experience, and willingness to commit to a minimum of five years of service as a Foreign Service Officer (apply January of junior or senior year, or as an alum).

RANGEL FELLOWSHIP · Provides up to $47,500 annually towards educational expenses for a master’s degree in international affairs or a related field and summer internships for students with outstanding academic achievement, significant service and leadership, and demonstrated interest in foreign affairs who commit to five years of service as a Foreign Service Officer (apply January of senior year or as an alum).

RHODES SCHOLARSHIP · Two- or three-year award to study at the University of Oxford in any program/field for students with outstanding academic achievements, significant leadership experience, and commitment to the common good (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 23).

SCHWARZMAN  SCHOLARSHIP· Funds a one-year Master’s in public policy, economics and business, or international studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China for students with outstanding academic achievement, leadership experience, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year or up to age 29).

CHARLES ELIAS SHEPARD SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to fund graduate study in a top-ranked masters or PhD program; open to students from any Emory University school; emphasizes intellectual ability, scholastic achievement and personal promise (apply April of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

PAUL AND DAISY SOROS FELLOWSHIP FOR NEW AMERICANS · One- or two-year award to support graduate study in any field, up to $90,000; emphasizes leadership and academic achievement; open to permanent residents, naturalized citizens, and children of immigrants only (apply November of senior year or as an alum).

WOODROW WILSON TEACHING FELLOWSHIP · Funds a specially-designed master’s degree program for students in STEM fields who commit to teaching for at least three years in a high-need school district (apply October of senior year or as an alum).

CARNEGIE FELLOWSHIP · One-year professional experience at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace for academically outstanding students committed to a career in international affairs (apply November of senior year or as an alum within one year of graduation).

DAAD/ GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP · Provides scholarship funding and a stipend to support one academic year of study in Germany; emphasizes academic achievement (apply November of senior year, as a graduate student, or as an alum within 6 years of graduation).

FORD FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP · Funds graduate study for students who have sustained personal engagement with communities that are underrepresented in the academy and who have an ability to bring this asset to learning, teaching, and scholarship at the college and university level; and/or who belong to one or more groups underrepresented in the American professoriate (Alaskan Natives; African Americans; Mexican Americans; Native Americans; Native Pacific Islanders; Puerto Ricans) (apply November of senior year or as a graduate student with at least three years remaining to completion of a doctorate).

FULBRIGHT ENGLISH TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP · Funds one year as an English Teaching Assistant in a foreign country for students with significant teaching, mentoring, or related experience and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student).

FULBRIGHT RESEARCH/ STUDY GRANT · Funds one year of research/ study in a foreign country for students with previous research experience, strong academic records, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student). **Students currently enrolled in Laney Graduate School should apply for Research/ Study awards through the Graduate School’s endorsement process. (http://gs.emory.edu/sites/grantwriting/gwresources/gwfulbright.html)

GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP · Multi-year award for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in any field for students with outstanding intellectual ability, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to improving the lives of others (apply October of senior year or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (Europe) · Funds a 5-week European summer program in human rights for students committed to minority rights and social justice with substantial leadership experience and an outstanding academic record (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (US) · Funds a 4-week summer program in Atlanta or Detroit for students with outstanding academic records who are committed to diversity and social justice and have significant leadership experience (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

KNIGHT-HENNESSY SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Funds up to three years of graduate study at Stanford University (including housing, fees and a stipend) for high-achieving students with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment (apply in senior year or as an alumni).

LUCE SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Provides a one-year professional placement in Asia in any field; for those with limited experience in Asia and significant leadership ability (apply September of senior year or as an alum up to age 29).

JAMES MADISON FELLOWSHIP · Provides funding for a MA, MAT, or MEd for individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary school level; requires commitment to teaching American history, American government, or social studies in grades 7-12 for one full academic year for each year of aid received (apply March of senior year or as an alum).

MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP · Two-year award to pursue graduate study in the UK in any field for students with exceptional academic records, strong preparation in the proposed field of graduate study, and significant leadership experience (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

MITCHELL SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to pursue graduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland in any field for students with outstanding intellectual achievement, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to service (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 30).

NSF GRFP · Supports graduate study in STEM fields, STEM education, and some social science fields for students with outstanding academic records and significant previous research experience (apply October of senior year, as an alum, or as an early-career grad student).

PAYNE FELLOWSHIP · Provides up to $90,000 for graduate school and internships for students with outstanding academic achievement, significant service and leadership, and demonstrated interest in international development who commit to three years of service with USAID (apply January of senior year or as an alum).

PICKERING FOREIGN AFFAIRS FELLOWSHIP · Provides funding toward undergraduate and/ or graduate study and summer internships in fields related to the Foreign Service for students with outstanding academic achievement, significant leadership experience, and willingness to commit to a minimum of five years of service as a Foreign Service Officer (apply January of junior or senior year, or as an alum).

RANGEL FELLOWSHIP · Provides up to $47,500 annually towards educational expenses for a master’s degree in international affairs or a related field and summer internships for students with outstanding academic achievement, significant service and leadership, and demonstrated interest in foreign affairs who commit to five years of service as a Foreign Service Officer (apply January of senior year or as an alum).

RHODES SCHOLARSHIP · Two- or three-year award to study at the University of Oxford in any program/field for students with outstanding academic achievements, significant leadership experience, and commitment to the common good (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 23).

SCHWARZMAN SCHOLARSHIP · Funds a one-year Master’s in public policy, economics and business, or international studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China for students with outstanding academic achievement, leadership experience, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year or up to age 29).

CHARLES ELIAS SHEPARD SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to fund graduate study in a top-ranked masters or PhD program; open to students from any Emory University school; emphasizes intellectual ability, scholastic achievement and personal promise (apply April of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

PAUL AND DAISY SOROS FELLOWSHIP FOR NEW AMERICANS · One- or two-year award to support graduate study in any field, up to $90,000; emphasizes leadership and academic achievement; open to permanent residents, naturalized citizens, and children of immigrants only (apply November of senior year or as an alum).

WINSTON CHURCHILL FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP · Funds a one-year research masters in a STEM field at University of Cambridge, Churchill College for students with significant research experience and superior academic achievement (apply October of senior year or up to age 26).

DAAD/ GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP · Provides scholarship funding and a stipend to support one academic year of study in Germany; emphasizes academic achievement (apply November of senior year, as a graduate student, or as an alum within 6 years of graduation).

FORD FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP · Funds graduate study for students who have sustained personal engagement with communities that are underrepresented in the academy and who have an ability to bring this asset to learning, teaching, and scholarship at the college and university level; and/or who belong to one or more groups underrepresented in the American professoriate (Alaskan Natives; African Americans; Mexican Americans; Native Americans; Native Pacific Islanders; Puerto Ricans) (apply November of senior year or as a graduate student with at least three years remaining to completion of a doctorate).

FULBRIGHT ENGLISH TEACHING ASSISTANTSHIP · Funds one year as an English Teaching Assistant in a foreign country for students with significant teaching, mentoring, or related experience and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student).

FULBRIGHT RESEARCH/ STUDY GRANT · Funds one year of research/ study in a foreign country for students with previous research experience, strong academic records, and interest in cultural exchange (apply September of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student). **Students currently enrolled in Laney Graduate School should apply for Research/ Study awards through the Graduate School’s endorsement process. (http://gs.emory.edu/sites/grantwriting/gwresources/gwfulbright.html)

GATES CAMBRIDGE SCHOLARSHIP · Multi-year award for graduate study at the University of Cambridge in any field for students with outstanding intellectual ability, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to improving the lives of others (apply October of senior year or as a recent alum).

HERTZ FELLOWSHIP · Supports graduate study in applied physical, biological, and engineering sciences (including applied mathematics, statistics, and computer sciences) for students with outstanding academic ability who are committed to a career in the applied sciences (apply October of senior year or as a first-year graduate student).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (Europe) · Funds a 5-week European summer program in human rights for students committed to minority rights and social justice with substantial leadership experience and an outstanding academic record (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

HUMANITY IN ACTION FELLOWSHIP (US) · Funds a 4-week summer program in Atlanta or Detroit for students with outstanding academic records who are committed to diversity and social justice and have significant leadership experience (apply January of sophomore, junior, or senior year, or as a recent alum).

KNIGHT-HENNESSY SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Funds up to three years of graduate study at Stanford University (including housing, fees and a stipend) for high-achieving students with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment (apply in senior year or as an alumni).

LUCE SCHOLARS PROGRAM · Provides a one-year professional placement in Asia in any field; for those with limited experience in Asia and significant leadership ability (apply September of senior year or as an alum up to age 29).

MARSHALL SCHOLARSHIP · Two-year award to pursue graduate study in the UK in any field for students with exceptional academic records, strong preparation in the proposed field of graduate study, and significant leadership experience (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

MITCHELL SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to pursue graduate study in Ireland or Northern Ireland in any field for students with outstanding intellectual achievement, significant leadership experience, and a commitment to service (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 30).

NATIONAL PHYSICAL SCIENCE CONSORTIUM FELLOWSHIP · Provides tuition and a living stipend for up to six years of graduate study and two paid summer internships for students in STEM fields with outstanding academic records and substantial research experience (apply November of senior year, as a recent alum, or as a graduate student with at least two years remaining to completion of a doctorate).

NSF GRFP · Supports graduate study in STEM fields, STEM education, and some social science fields for students with outstanding academic records and significant previous research experience (apply October of senior year, as an alum, or as an early-career grad student).

RHODES SCHOLARSHIP · Two- or three-year award to study at the University of Oxford in any program/field for students with outstanding academic achievements, significant leadership experience, and commitment to the common good (apply August of senior year or as an alum up to age 23).

CHARLES ELIAS SHEPARD SCHOLARSHIP · One-year award to fund graduate study in a top-ranked masters or PhD program; open to students from any Emory University school; emphasizes intellectual ability, scholastic achievement and personal promise (apply April of senior year or as an alum up to 3 years post-grad).

PAUL AND DAISY SOROS FELLOWSHIP FOR NEW AMERICANS · One- or two-year award to support graduate study in any field, up to $90,000; emphasizes leadership and academic achievement; open to permanent residents, naturalized citizens, and children of immigrants only (apply November of senior year or as an alum).

WOODROW WILSON TEACHING FELLOWSHIP · Funds a specially-designed master’s degree program for students in STEM fields who commit to teaching for at least three years in a high-need school district (apply October of senior year or as an alum).