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available positions for University of Notre Dame in USA, 2018

To facilitate all admitted national and international students a variety of Notre Dame The studentships are offered annually. These are monetary awards, based on academic merit and other special criteria, which need not to be repaid. The University of Notre Dame is America’s leading Catholic research university in the United States. Each year large number students get admitted here to upgrade their education. Below list includes scholarships, fellowships, grants and awards for Norte Dame students.

Fellowships at the NDIASnotre dame university

The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study is offering two types of fellowships for 2017-2018. Residential Fellowships for faculty and scholars in all disciplines-including the arts, engineering, the humanities, and the social, life, and physical sciences and graduate student fellowships for a full academic year (fall and spring semesters). In addition to residential and graduate student fellowships, 2016-2017 class of fellows also includes five Templeton Fellows at the NDIAS who pursue advanced and creative research on one of four major Templeton Fellowship Questions. These are described as follows:

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Residential Fellowships

Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study is awarding residential fellowships graduate students for pursuing a research program at NDIAS. The Institute welcomes applications from graduate students in all disciplines, including the arts, engineering, the humanities, law, and the social and physical sciences with projects that are creative, innovative, or align with the intellectual orientation of the NDIAS. The Institute encourages graduate students to address ultimate questions and questions of value while a member of the Institute’s academic community

Graduate Student Fellowships

The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS), University of Notre Dame is offering graduate student fellowships for a full academic year in the USA. There are no citizenship requirements for fellowships; non-US nationals are welcomed to apply. Scholars must already be enrolled in a PhD program and remain students throughout the period of the fellowship. Acceptance rate is 4-9%. Scholars must have excellent records of scholarly, artistic or research accomplishment in their field(s). This fellowship ranges up to a maximum of $25,000 (gross amount) and includes a $1,000 research account, office facilities in the Institute, a computer and printer, access to University libraries and other facilities and weekly Institute seminars and events.

Templeton Fellowships

The Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) is inviting applications for research Fellowships available for distinguished senior scholars to pursue advanced and creative research on one of the four major Templeton Fellowship Questions. Up to four residential Templeton Fellowships will be awarded. Successful research proposals, when completed, should have the potential to act as a catalyst for new thinking and an advance of knowledge in several disciplines.

Grants & Fellowships at the Nanovic Institute

The Nanovic Institute provides funding for graduate and undergraduate students at Notre Dame through following grants and fellowships:

For Undergraduates

Nanovic Institute at Notre Dame, helps to prepare students for study abroad. The application deadlines are September 8, 2015 for fall break trips, November 2, 2015 for winter break trips and January 25, 2016 for spring break trips. Two types of grants are available as follows: Break Travel and Research Grant for educational and research projects in European studies. Applicants must be enrolled as a sophomore or junior at the University of Notre Dame and scheduled to return the following semester. These funds are typically paid as a one-time sum. The other is senior travel & research grant supports research projects in European Studies that assist undergraduate seniors in the completion of their senior theses, honors theses, or similar undertakings. These are worth $2500.

For Graduate Students

The Nanovic supports graduate education through a range of grant programs and fellowships. It connects them to other students and faculty and fosters their professional development. The following are the available graduate fellowships:
-Graduate Dissertation Fellowships: These fellowships are available for students who are currently enrolled as a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame. Fellowships will be awarded to conduct research and write their dissertations on topics within European studies. These awards allow students to devote full attention to their project for an entire academic year. It covers a value of $19,500. The application deadline is February 25, 2016.
-Graduate Travel and Research Grants: Graduate Travel and Research Grants support research on topics in European studies. Eligible projects will demonstrate relevance for contemporary European Studies and have clear bearing on the applicant’s academic and professional goals. Applicants must be currently enrolled as a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame and be in satisfactory academic standing with at least a 3.0 GPA. Applicants may apply at any stage of their program, from matriculation to degree completion. Grants are worth $6000. The application deadline is February 25, 2016
-Graduate Break Travel and Research Grants: The Graduate Break Travel & Research Grant supports graduate student research on topics in European Studies. Student will receive maximum award of $2500. Applicants must be currently enrolled as a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame and be in satisfactory academic standing with at least a 3.0 GPA. The deadlines are September 8, 2015 for fall break trips, November 2, 2015 for Christmas break trips and January 25, 2016 for spring break trips.
-Graduate Professional Development Grants: The Graduate Professional Development Grant supports opportunities in European Studies that enhance graduate students’ professional development. Applicants must be currently enrolled as a graduate student at the University of Notre Dame and must be in satisfactory academic standing. The application deadline is April 4, 2016.

Merit-Based Assistance

Notre Dame offers a limited number of merit awards to a limited number of students, accepted for admission as a first-time incoming freshman, who demonstrate exceptional accomplishment, leadership, commitment to service, and intellectual promise. Students who receive both merit scholarship and need-based scholarship from the University are subject to reduction or elimination of need-based federal and institutional financial aid in accordance with federal regulations and institutional policy. These include following awards:

The Notre Dame Scholar Award Program

The Notre Dame Scholar Award Program seeks to attract exceptional students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement; who have been acknowledged by their peers as leaders; and who are committed to service in their communities. The Notre Dame Scholar will receive a $25,000 merit scholarship to be awarded annually for up to four years of undergraduate study for a total award of $100,000.

Penelope W. and E. Roe Stamps IV Leadership Scholars Program

The Stamps Notre Dame program seeks to attract exceptional students who exemplify leadership, perseverance, scholarship, service, and innovation. Students will also have access to an enrichment fund of $3,000 annually (for a total of $12,000).

Suzanne and Walter Scott Notre Dame Scholars Program

Up to twenty five opportunities are available to attract exceptional students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement, who have been acknowledged by their peers as leaders and who are committed to service in their communities. The Scott Notre Dame Scholar will receive a $25,000 merit scholarship to be awarded annually for up to four years of undergraduate study for a total award of $100,000.

Trustey Family Scholars Program

Trustey Family Scholars Program will be awarded to five students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in academics and extra-curricular activities. The Trustey Scholar will receive a $25,000 merit scholarship to be awarded annually for up to four years of undergraduate study for a total award of $100,000.

Malpass Scholars Program

The Malpass Scholars Program seeks to attract, mentor, and train extraordinary students in the field of finance and money management. Scholar will receive a $20,000 merit scholarship to be awarded annually for up to four years of undergraduate study for a total award of $80,000.

University Academic Awards by College and Major

Mendoza College of Business is offering two types of academic awards i.e. college level awards and major awards:

College Level Awards

The following are the college level awards:
-The Peter Brady Award: This award is conferred on a senior with outstanding academic performance and one of the highest grade point averages.
-The Dean’s Award: The highest award given to a graduating senior in the Mendoza College of Business, the Dean’s Award winner is nominated by the Department Chairmen and selected by the Dean’s Office.
-Eugene D. Fanning Awards: Eugene D. Fanning Awards is given to a senior man and woman who demonstrate exceptional achievement in business communication, excellence in writing, speaking, listening and interpersonal communication, and who demonstrate leadership potential, initiative, integrity and respect for the dignity and rights of others.
-The Charles G. Morrow Award for Business Excellence: This award is given to a graduating senior in the Mendoza College of Business, this award recognizes business excellence through documented service, leadership, and personal integrity.

Accountancy Awards

The below are the accountancy awards:
-The Accountancy Chairman’s Award: This award recognizes a senior or graduate student for outstanding service to the Department of Accountancy, based on recommendations of the faculty.
-The Accountancy Faculty Award: This award recognizes an outstanding senior in the Department of Accountancy in the Mendoza College of Business. This award is given to an outstanding senior with one of the highest cumulative grade point averages.
-The Barth Award: This award is designed to assist students who have accepted a full-time volunteer experience after they leave Notre Dame or who plan to work for a not-for-profit organization.
-The Brother Cyprian C.S.C. Awards: These awards are conferred annually on graduating accounting seniors in recognition of academic achievement. These awards are given to graduating seniors with the highest grade point averages.
-The Crowe Horwath LLP Outstanding Accounting Student Award: This scholarship recognizes a junior entering their senior year based on major and overall GPA and for exhibiting leadership skills.
-The Crowe Horwath LLP Outstanding MSA Student Award: This scholarship recognizes a senior entering the MSA program based on major and overall GPA and for exhibiting leadership skills.
-The Tara K. Deutsch Award: This annual award is given to an accounting senior who has displayed exemplary social consciousness and devotion to assisting the less fortunate. This award is based on faculty recommendations.
-The James Dincolo Awards: These awards are conferred annually on graduating accounting seniors in recognition of academic achievement. These awards are given to graduating seniors with the highest cumulative grade point averages.
-The Hamilton Award for Accountancy: This award is given to the senior with the highest cumulative grade point average.
-The Elmer Layden Awards: The Elmer Layden Awards are given annually to graduating accounting seniors in recognition of academic achievement.

Finance Awards

The following awards are available for finance majors:
-The Paul F. Conway Award: This is an annual award given to a senior in the Department of Finance who embodies the characteristics that define our tradition of excellence: a person of keen intellect who enriches the ideals of Notre Dame.
-The Herman Crown Award: An annual award made by the Department of Finance in memory of the late Herman Crown and given to the senior finance major with the highest overall grade point average.
-The Le Clair Eells Awards: This annual award is given to senior finance majors for outstanding leadership.
-The Hamilton Award for Finance: This award is given to the seniors with the highest cumulative grade point average.
-The Raymond P. Kent Awards: This annual award is given to senior finance majors for outstanding performance in finance classes.
-The Wall Street Journal Award: This award is given to a senior in the Department of Finance for rendering outstanding service to the department.

Management Awards

The following are the management awards:
-The Justin Harris Brumbaugh Memorial Award: This award is given annually to the MIS/IT Management senior whom classmates select as having had the most impact on their lives during their stay at Notre Dame.
-The Hamilton Award for Management: This award is given to the outstanding Consulting and Entrepreneurship senior with the highest cumulative grade point average.
-The Management Award: This award is given annually to the outstanding IT Management senior in the Department of Management with the highest cumulative grade point average.

Marketing Awards

The marketing awards are as follows:

-The David Appel Award: The award is given at the discretion of the faculty to a student engaged in significant community service at Notre Dame and in the greater Michiana area.
-The Wesley C. Bender Award for Outstanding Performance in Marketing: This award is given to the student with the highest grade point average in Marketing courses.
-Yusaku Furuhashi Award: This award honors an esteemed colleague who was a pioneer in the area of international marketing. The winner each year may be either a junior or senior, depending upon the dates spent overseas.
-The Paul D. Gilbert Award for Leadership: This award is given at the discretion of the faculty to the Marketing student who has excelled in various extracurricular activities.
-The Hamilton Award for Marketing: This award is given to the senior with the highest cumulative grade point average.
-The John R. Malone Award: This award is given to the junior marketing major with the highest cumulative grade point average and conferred on the winner during his/her senior year.
-The Robert M. Satterfield Award: This award is given to a student for “bringing enthusiasm, integrity and a spirit of teamwork to the classroom” as voted by members of the graduating class.

Summer Language Abroad (SLA) Grant Program

Through the SLA program, students are able to gain both functional linguistic skills as well as access to the intellectual capital of cross-cultural exchange and cross-linguistic study during their academic careers. The SLA Grant offers a number of flexible options that allow you to craft your summer language study to specific needs and goals. Funding for SLA Grant proposals is limited to essential travel, housing, and program tuition.

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