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Dec1
School of Integrative Studies Founders Endowed Scholarship

School of Integrative Studies Founders Endowed Scholarship

December 1, 2023, 1:00 AM to April 7, 2024, 11:59 PM EST
Online Location

Funds towards students participating in Experiential Learning opportunities such as internships and study abroad. Open to all students majoring in Integrative Studies, Human Development and Family Science, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, and Bachelor of Individualized Study.

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Dec1
Jon Sultan Writing Award

Jon Sultan Writing Award

December 1, 2023, 1:00 AM to April 7, 2024, 11:59 PM EST
Online Location

This award is open to all freshman students who have declared an Integrative Studies, Human Development and Family Science or Environmental and Sustainability Studies majors. Mr. Steven A. Sultan and Mrs. Susan E. Sultan established the Jon Sultan Writing Award in memory of their son, Jon, who was a valuable member of the first Integrative Studies cohort in 1995. The Sultan Award winner receives $1,000. Students must apply and submit writing sample materials in order to be considered.

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Feb1
Lucas Leadership Scholarship

Lucas Leadership Scholarship

February 1, 2024, 1:00 AM to April 7, 2024, 11:59 PM EST
Online Location

For leaders who contribute to the community. Open to all students majoring in Integrative Studies, Human Development and Family Science, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, and Bachelor of Individualized Study.

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Feb1
Drs. Surya and Cecil Howard Book Fund

Drs. Surya and Cecil Howard Book Fund

February 1, 2024, 1:00 AM to April 7, 2024, 11:59 PM EST
Online Location

The purpose of the Award is to provide support for students majoring in Integrative Studies (INTS) within the School of Integrative Studies (SIS) to buy textbooks, laptops, and other school related supplies such as headsets, webcams, etc. Recipients must demonstrate characteristics of perseverance and generosity; traits exemplified by SIS faculty Dr. Susan Howard’s late parents Surya and Cecil. Surya Howard overcame gender and cultural barriers to become one of the first female dentists, not only in her home country of India, but in the US in the 1950s. Cecil Howard conducted early research on challenges of ‘re-entry culture shock’ particularly among children and teens returning to the US from their parents’ overseas postings and became a mentor and father figure to thousands of students as a college professor over a period of 40 years. He is characterized by his warmth, compassion, generosity and kindness.

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Feb1
First Generation Scholarship

First Generation Scholarship

February 1, 2024, 1:00 AM to April 7, 2024, 11:59 PM EST
Online Location

For students who are the first in their immediate family to pursue an undergraduate education (e.g. neither parent/guardian have completed a four-year degree in the United States). Open to all students majoring in Integrative Studies, Human Development and Family Science, Environmental and Sustainability Studies, and Bachelor of Individualized Study.

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Feb27
Linkup Mentoring

Linkup Mentoring

Tuesday, February 27, 2024 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM EST

Each semester, our college organizes Linkup mentoring events for current undergraduate and graduate students to speak with alumni about their career choices and paths. These sessions provide unique opportunities for students to learn from our experienced alumni and community partners. Our first session for the spring term is on February 27, 12:00-1:00 p.m. – Virtual. Students can use the QR code in the image below to register.

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Feb28
IIR Colloquium Series: Fumilayo Showers

IIR Colloquium Series: Fumilayo Showers

Who Cares for America? West African Immigrants at Work in US Health Care

Institute for Immigration Research

Wednesday, February 28, 2024 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST
Horizon Hall, 6325

This presentation, based on the book, Migrants Who Care, draws attention to the reserve of immigrant labor that is called upon to meet care needs. Migrants Who Care tells the little-known story of a group of English-speaking West African immigrants, who leave their countries of origin for myriad reasons, migrate through various channels and provisions in immigration law, and become absorbed into the U.S. health care industry as workers in home care; institutional care for older adults and individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities; and professional nursing.

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Apr9
IIR Colloquium Series: Michael Clemens

IIR Colloquium Series: Michael Clemens

Policy of Crisis: The Effect of Lawful Migration Channels on Unlawful Migration at the US Southwest Border, 2011–2023

Institute for Immigration Research

Tuesday, April 9, 2024 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT
Commerce Building, #2006

For the IIR April Colloquium, Michael Clemens will present his research on: "Policy of Crisis: The Effect of Lawful Migration Channels on Unlawful Migration at the US Southwest Border, 2011–2023"

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