The Center for Fellowship & Scholarship Advising (CFSA) is excited to welcome Craig Frederickson, a Boren Program Officer with the Institute of International Education (IIE), who will give a workshop for students on creating competitive applications for Boren Scholarships & Fellowships.

Boren offers generous funding for the study of critical need languages in countries of interest to US national security; applicants should be interested in issues of national security (broadly defined) and in a potential career with the US government. Boren is open to both undergraduate and graduate students (U.S. citizens only) and there are special initiatives for STEM students. Professor Francine D’Amico is the faculty representative for undergraduate Boren Scholarships and Professor Susan Wadley is the Boren faculty representative for graduate Boren Fellowships.

Application Advice for Boren Scholarships & Fellowships with Craig Frederickson

Oct. 29th • 2:30-3:30 PM • 341 Eggers Hall

RSVP here:

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Additional Boren sessions in November:

Campus workshops with Syracuse University Boren Faculty Representatives

Advice for applying from the SU campus representatives, Prof. Francine D’Amico (Scholarships for undergraduate students) and Prof. Sue Wadley (Fellowships for graduate students). *Writing workshops will be held in January

Undergraduate students: Friday, November 7th, 1-2 PM, 225B Eggers Hall

Graduate students: Friday, November 14th, 12:30-1:30 PM, 202 Hall of Languages


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