HWS students regularly win prestigious fellowships that fund graduate study, international travel, and unique experiences. In two of the past three years HWS has been named a top producer of winners of the US Fulbright Student Awards, and students have won the Barry M. Goldwater Excellence in Science Award, the Rhodes Scholarship, the Marshall Scholarship, the Morris K. Udall Undergraduate Scholarship, and the National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship. 

Scott MacPhail

Students interested in fellowships should contact:

Scott MacPhail
Fellowships Adviser
Trinity Hall
315-781-3514
macphail@hws.edu

The HWS Fellowships Adviser works closely with students and alumni to help them identify opportunities and develop strong applications to these nationally and internationally competitive programs. 

The professional staff members of the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional, and Experiential Education also offer a number of other services for students as they prepare for summer internship and research opportunities as well as post-graduate careers. Please don't hesitate to reach out to Career Services by emailing cso@hws.edu or calling (315) 781-3514 to set up an appointment with one of our advisers. The Salisbury Center can connect you with alums in your career field of interest, assist with the job and internship search, and help with everything from resumes to interview preparation.

 

Fulbright Scholarship

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides full research grants and English Teaching Assistantships awarded for graduate study, research or teaching opportunities in more than 140 countries.

 

Fulbright Scholars

  • Meredith Kellogg '19
    Meredith Kellogg '19, Czech Republic

  • Juliana Heffern '17
    Juliana Heffern '17, Malaysia

  • Jordan Loretz '17
    Jordan Loretz '17, Taiwan

  • Danielle Mueller
    Danielle Mueller '16, MAT '17, Czech Republic

  • Sarah DeVault-Feldman '17
    Sara DeVault-Feldman '17, Vietnam

  • Charles DeBenedetto '16
    Charles S. DeBenedetto '16, Taiwan

  • Virginia DeWees '16
    Virginia DeWees '16, Malaysia

  • Ryan Kertanis
    Ryan Kertanis '16, Mongolia

  • Emma McDowell '15
    Emma McDowell '15, Thailand

  • Afrika Owes '16
    Afrika Owes '16, South Africa

  • Sophia Skaff
    Sophia Skaff '15, Brazil

  • Olivia Woodruff '16
    Olivia Woodruff '16, Senegal

  • Cydney Chibnall '15
    Cydney Chibnall '15, France

  • Katherine Cornell
    Katherine Cornell '15, India

  • Jeanine Cryan '15
    Jeanine Cryan '15, Greece

  • Georgia Decker '15
    Georgia Decker '15, Malaysia

  • Kathryn DePietro '15
    Kathryn DePietro '15, Brazil

  • Jordyn Dezago '15
    Jordyn Dezago '15, Ecuador

  • Chris Troy '15
    Christopher Troy '15, Argentina

  • Laura Alexander '14
    Laura Alexander '14, Malaysia

  • Melissa Hosek '14
    Melissa Hosek '14, Taiwan

  • Katherine Marino
    Katherine Marino '13, Argentina

  • Molly Krifka
    Molly Krifka '13, Peru

  • Silene Binkerd-Dale '13
    Silene Binkerd-Dale '13, Germany

  • Tatianna Echevarria '13
    Tatianna Echevarria '13, Vietnam

  • Trevor Gionet
    Trevor Gionet '12, Vietnam

  • Rebecca Perkins '11
    Rebecca Perkins '11, Russia

  • Laura Valdmanis '10
    Laura Valdmanis '10, Latvia

  • Brittany Flaherty '10
    Brittany Flaherty '10, Canada

  • Alexandra Hallowell '10
    Alexandra Hallowell '10, Turkey

  • Megan O'Loughlin '09
    Megan O'Loughlin '09, Georgia

  • Oliver Meeker '09
    Oliver Meeker '09, Vietnam

  • Stephanie Eggen '08
    Stephanie Eggen '08, Malaysia

  • Cristina Bain '08
    Cristina Bain '08, Vietnam

  • Coxe Hall
    Chloe Hall '06, Mongolia

  • Jane Erickson '07
    Jane Erickson '07, Indonesia

  • Kathleen Bush '06
    Kathleen Bush '06, Denmark

  • Coxe Hall
    Chirlie Y. Felix '04 , Brazil

Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

The Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship provides support for students who display intellectual curiosity, aspiration and enduring potential to make significant contributions in mathematics or sciences.

 

Goldwater Scholars

  • Jeremiah Piersante '18, Honorable Mention

    Jeremiah Piersante '18, Honorable Mention

  • Nathanyal Truax

    Nathanyal Truax '17, Honorable Mention

  • Macy Howarth '16
    Macy Howarth '16, Scholar

  • Alison McCarthy
    Alison McCarthy '15, Honorable Mention

  • Sam Schneider '13
    Sam Schneider '13, Scholar

  • Alexa Hill
    Alexa Hill '14, Honorable Mention

  • Wade Perkins
    Wade Perkins '12, Scholar

  • Jessica Popp
    Jessica Popp '11, Scholar

  • Deirdre Wholly '11
    Deirdre Wholly '11, Honorable Mention

  • student conducting a science experiment
    Travis Blum '10, Honorable Mention

  • Robert Hendry
    Robert Hendry '10, Honorable Mention

  • Max Macaluso

    Max Macaluso '06, Scholar

  • Caterina

    Caterina Caiazza '05, Scholar

  • Julia James '04

    Julia James '04, Scholar

  • Coxe Hall

    Jennifer Pratt '03, Scholar

  • REbecca Gooch

    Rebecca Gooch '01, Scholar

Rhodes Scholarship

The oldest international fellowships, the Rhodes Scholarship brings outstanding students from many countries around the world to the University of Oxford.

 

Rhodes Scholars

  • shields
    Alexander Kerai ’19, National Finalist
    Thomas Cahill '09, National Finalist

  • Hannah Zale '09
    Hannah Zale '09, National Finalist

  • Julia James
    Julia James '04

Marshall Scholarship

Founded in 1953, Marshall Scholarships provide American students full funding for two years of graduate study at a university in the United Kingdom.

 

Marshall Scholars

  • Wendi Bacon '12
    Wendi Bacon '12

  • Hannah Zale '09
    Hannah Zale '09, Finalist

  • Leanne Roncolato '07
    Leanne Roncolato '07, Finalist

Rangel Fellowship

Funded by the U.S. Deparment of State and managed by the Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center at Howard University, the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship supports extraordinary individuals who want to pursue a career in the U.S. Foreign Service.

 

Rangel Fellows

Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Gates Cambridge Scholarships are awarded to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject offered at the University of Cambridge.

 

Gates Cambridge Scholars

  • Max Macaluso

    Max Macaluso '06

Morris K. Udall Scholarship

The Morris K. Udall Scholarship awards merit-based scholarships to outstanding students who intend to pursue careers related to the environment, or Native American Health Care and Policy.

 

Udall Scholars

NOAA Hollings Scholarship

Offered through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship program seeks to increase undergraduate training in oceanic and atmospheric science, research, technology, outreach and education.

 

NOAA Hollings Scholars

 

National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship Program

The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program invests in graduate education for a cadre of diverse individuals who demonstrate their potential to successfully complete graduate degree programs in disciplines relevant to the mission of the National Science Foundation.

 

NSF Graduate Research Fellows

  • Samuel Georgian
    Samuel Georgian '10, Scholar

  • Jessica Greger
    Jessica Greger '10, Scholar

  • Travis Blum
    Travis Blum '10, Honorable Mention

  • Rachel Sumner '08
    Rachel Sumner '08, Scholar

Princeton in Asia Fellowship

The Princeton in Asia fellowship provides transformative, service-oriented experiences for bright, talented graduates to serve the needs of Asia. Fellowships are the means of fostering person-to-person diplomacy, enhancing mutual understanding, serving vulnerable communities with unmet needs and providing transformative experiences for fellows and host communities.

 

Princeton in Asia Fellows

  • Dominique Miller
    Dominque Miller '15, Vietnam

  • Stephen Wolff
    Stephen Wolff '12

  • Dale Watkins
    Dale Watkins '09

Harry S. Truman Scholarship

The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation awards scholarships to persons who demonstrate outstanding potential for and who plan to pursue a career in public service.

 

Truman Scholars

  • David Luna
    David Luna '14, Finalist

  • Caroline Dosky
    Caroline Dosky '12, Finalist

  • Amanda Ward
    Amanda Ward '11, Finalist

  • John Managhan
    John Managhan '11, Finalist

Critical Languages Scholarship

Sponsored by the Department of State, the Critical Languages Scholarship program offers a fully-funded overseas language and cultural immersion program for American undergraduate and graduate students, with the goal of broadening the base of Americans studying and mastering critical languages and building relationships between the people of the U.S. and other countries.

 

Critical Language Scholars

  • Melissa HosekMelissa Hosek '14, China

  • Howard
    Howard Kouan '14, China

  • Nathaniel Shils

    Nathaniel Shils '13, Russia

  • Caitlin
    Caitlin Hughes '12, Jordan

  • Coxe Hall
    Chelsea Hudson '12, Russia

  • Emma Pierce-Schell
    Emma Pierce-Schell '12, South Korea

  • Harris GoldmanHarris Goldman '08, Russia