Welcome to Fellowships

National fellowships are prestigious, merit-based awards that fund graduate study in the U.S. or abroad, research experiences, language learning, or international travel. Our role is to support you in pursuing these global learning opportunities.

Through one-on-one meetings and group sessions, we help you identify relevant fellowships, build a strong candidate profile, and complete the application process. We work with students from all backgrounds and are committed to improving access for applicants from underrepresented groups.

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Fellowships at Wesleyan
Fries Center for Global Studies | Fisk Hall
Contact |  fellowships@wesleyan.edu | 860-685-2550

News & Notes

Thinking about Fulbright or other fellowships? Read about graduating seniors & what they will be doing after graduation abroad!

Looking for past winners? Click here to view a comprehensive record of previous recipients.

Fellowship News

Price’s Civic Engagement Work Supported by Newman Civic Fellowship

Price’s Civic Engagement Work Supported by Newman Civic Fellowship

For his efforts in demonstrating the potential for effective long-term civic engagement, Anthony Price ’20 was invited to participate in Campus Compact’s 2019 Newman Civic Fellowship. He will have access to exclusive virtual and in-person learning opportunities during the 2019–2020 academic year for the duration of the one-year fellowship term. The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and…
YAF Ghana Wins 2019 Davis Projects for Peace Award

YAF Ghana Wins 2019 Davis Projects for Peace Award

In the economically disadvantaged Northern Region of Ghana, only 6 of 100 high school students enroll in college, leaving many otherwise bright students trapped in a vicious cycle of poverty. As recipients of the 2019 Davis Projects for Peace Award, four Wesleyan students who make up the Young Achievers Foundation Ghana are helping low-income students in…
Personick Selected to Participate in an NSF-Funded Project

Personick Selected to Participate in an NSF-Funded Project

Michelle Personick, assistant professor of chemistry, has been selected by the Leadership Council of the Interactive Online Network of Inorganic Chemists (IONiC) to participate in a National Science Foundation–funded study to develop, test, and refine a flexible, foundation-level inorganic chemistry course. As a Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource (VIPEr) Fellow, Personick joins 17 other inorganic chemists…
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