Student Fellowships & Awards

The Center for Life Beyond Reed, Division of Student Services

Information Sessions: Spring 2015

Fellowship Information Sessions

Come learn about national and international fellowship awards!  Students of all classes are encouraged to explore these opportunities:

Fulbright Program:  Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - 4:30p.m., Eliot 416

Seniors or recent alumni can apply for the Fulbright program in early September to support individual research, arts projects, teaching English, or - in some cases - MA degree study in almost 150 countries around the world.  Learn how the Fulbright program can help you achieve your post-graduation goals!

British Fellowship programs - Marshall, Mitchell, Rhodes, Sperling: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 - 4:45p.m., Eliot 103

Learn about opportunities to pursue Masters or Doctoral study in the UK through both national and Reed-specific awards.  Opportunities are available to seniors and recent alumni.

STEM focused programs - Churchill, Goldwater, NSF, Udall:  Tuesday March 03, 2015 - 5:00pm, Psych 108

Learn about opportunities specific to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields, including programs you can apply to as early as your sophopmore year.  Programs are available to support and enhance your time at Reed as well as to support graduate study and research. 

Study Abroad programs - Boren, CLS, Gilman:  Wednesday March 11, 2015 - 4:30p.m., Eliot 103

Explore opportunities to study abroad or learn a foreign language during an intensive immersion experience of a summer, semester, or academic year.  Some opportunities may also exist to do an internship overseas.  The majority of these opportunities take place during your time at Reed, so come learn how to plan to make them happen.

Watson Program:  Wednesday, April 8, 2015 - noon, Winch

The Watson program provides one year of funding to support your dream project while traveling the world.  Only seniors are eligible to apply.  Applicants must propose an experiential project taking place outside of the U.S. for an entire 12 months and involving significant cultural engagement.  Projects may be in any field of study and should build upon an established interest or passion; the only limit is your imagination! Bring your lunch, cookies and coffee will be available.