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NISO Scholarship Week, 9/21-24

Sept.  21 – 24


Information, callouts, and success tips for applying to prestigious and experiential programs for:

undergraduates, graduate students and recent alumni.

Udall Scholarship – jumpstart a career in the environment. Sophomores and Juniors apply.

Truman Scholarship – public service leaders bringing change, graduate school funding. Juniors apply.

Goldwater or Astronaut Scholarship - rewards Sophomores and Juniors for STEM research

Beinecke Scholarship – graduate school in the arts, humanities or social sciences – merit and need scholarship for Juniors

Boren, Gilman, Critical Language Scholarship, Peace Corps Prep or Fulbright – Funding for time abroad to study, research, or teach

Undergraduate, graduate students, recent alumni

Knight-Hennessy, Marshall, Mitchell, Gates Cambridge, Churchill, Rhodes, and Schwarzman Scholarships – graduate programs at top universities


In Person or Online

Info Sessions

RSVP www.purdue.edu/niso


MON 9/21 HCRN 1066

NISO Open House 

6:00 –

8:00 PM

Tues 9/22 HCRN 1066

Beinecke Scholarship

5:30 PM

Goldwater and Astronaut Scholarships

6:30 PM

Wed 9/23 HCRS 1076

Udall Scholarship


Truman Scholarship


Thurs 9/24 HCRN 1066

RSVP for all, whether online or in-person

RhodesMarshallMitchellChurchill, Gates Cambridge, Schwarzman, and  Stanford Knight-Hennessy Scholars


Boren Awards, Critical Language Scholarship, Gilman Scholarship, Peace Corps Prep, and Fulbright U.S. Student Program


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