Our Campus Collaborators
Processes for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, and other nationally competitive awards connected to international experiences are coordinated by staff in the Office of Education Abroad. OEA Director Brad Sekulich is Fulbright Program Adviser for Charlotte’s campus.
The Office of Undergraduate Research connects undergraduates and faculty on Charlotte’s campus through research opportunities, and in ways that can provide invaluable experience along the way to bigger national and international opportunities. Among these opportunities are the Summer Research Symposium, research positions, and the OUR Undergraduate Research Conference. Reach out to OUR to get involved in research soon!
Because many nationally competitive scholarships require applications and skills that resemble professional or internship-style opportunities, use the University Career Center as a support to your preparation. The Career Center can provide review on resumes, arrange practice interviews, and more. Click here to make an appointment at the Career Center.
This body of reviewers convenes each year to review applications to the nation’s most competitive awards, including the Rhodes Scholarship, the Marshall Scholarship, the Truman Scholarship, and the Goldwater Scholarship. Coming from a variety of disciplines across our campus community, they are: