The Kellogg/Kroc Undergraduate Research Grants are intended for juniors whose interests include a clear international dimension related to the Kellogg Institute’s themes or the themes of the Kroc Institute.
Several grants of up to $5,000 each (in exceptional, justifiable cases, the Kellogg Institute may increase this amount) will be awarded for research abroad or, if demonstrably appropriate, in the United States. Applicants are required to notify the Kellogg Institute of any funding received from another source. If duplicate funding is received, the Institute may adjust the award.
Students must be in their junior year of studies at Notre Dame and be in good academic standing. They must have the endorsement and pledge of supervision from a faculty member.
Students selected for the program will begin preparing for their summer experience through a series of orientations with the Institute (see website for more).
Undergraduates are eligible for only one Kellogg/Kroc undergraduate research grant.
Freshman and sophomores seeking to do research in Africa, Asia or Latin America should see Experiencing the World Fellowships.
Citizens of ANY country
a). The Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame; Indiana, USA; AND
b). Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame; Indiana, USA
Fields of study
Interests must include a clear international dimension related to the Kellogg Institute’s themes or the themes of the Kroc Institute. The themes:
a). The Kellogg Institute for International Studies: Two of the most critical issues facing humanity, democracy and human development, are at the core of the Institute’s research agenda. Of particular interest are research projects that explicitly link the themes of democracy and human development.
b). Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies: The greatest threats to humanity — war and genocide, weapons of mass destruction, ethnic and religious hostility — demand a serious commitment to interdisciplinary research. Kroc Institute faculty and fellows bring multiple perspectives and research methods to bear on the world’s most pressing issues.
Number of awards
Not specified — several grants will be awarded every year
During the summer
Funding is available for a variety of project costs, including research materials and assistance as well as travel. Individual grants will not normally exceed $5,000, and proposals will be considered for any amount below this figure.
Applicants are required to notify the Kellogg Institute of any funding received from another source; in some cases the Institute may adjust the amount of its award.
Method of Application
You must have been admitted into the University of Notre Dame before you can apply for this grant. All applicants should meet with Associate Director Holly Rivers (email@example.com) several weeks before the deadline in order to verify that their proposed project and country site could be supported by the Kellogg Institute.
To apply for a Kellogg/Kroc Research Grant, please go to http://kellogg.fluidreview.com. You will be asked to create an account and will need to remember your login and password in order to access your application. When you log in, you will be asked to submit the following documents: a project proposal, a budget for anticipated expenses, a budget justification sheet, a letter of recommendation, and an e-transcript.
It is important to visit the official website (link to it is below) for complete information on how to apply for this grant, including how to request an e-transcript.
The annual deadline for application submissions is late February. The 2017 deadline is by Monday, February 27
If you have been admitted into the University of Notre Dame, and are applying for this grant, the University requires that you have insurance that will cover you while abroad.
The University of Notre Dame du Lac (or simply Notre Dame) is a Catholic research university located adjacent to South Bend, Indiana, in the United States. In French, Notre Dame du Lac means “Our Lady of the Lake” and refers to the university’s patron saint, the Virgin Mary. The school was founded on November 26, 1842, by Father Edward Sorin, CSC, as an all-male institution on land donated by the Bishop of Vincennes (Indiana).
Application Deadline: 27 February 2017
Open to International Applicants: Yes
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