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The School of Global Studies Graduate Program offers six fellowships and scholarships of differing amounts to our students every year. Luckily, there is only one application, which once submitted, considers you for all six scholarships. 

 

You must return all applications by April 1st to i-study@okstate.edu or in person to 204 Wes Watkins Center on the OSU-Stillwater campus. If you are selected for a fellowship or scholarship, you are expected to submit a hand-written thank you note to be mailed to the donors.

 

You can see the descriptions of the fellowships and scholarships below!


 

Lawrence L. Boger Distinguished Graduate Fellowship in Global Studies 

The Lawrence L. Boger Fellowship in International Studies is available to post-baccalaureate students who demonstrate high academic achievement. The applicant must be applying for admission to, or be enrolled with full-time status in, the M.S. Program in International Studies at OSU. The period of the Fellowship is for one year and subject to several reviews to determine if the recipient is in compliance with the criteria upon which the Fellowship is granted.

 

Wes & Lou Watkins Distinguished Graduate Fellowship in Global Studies 

The Wes & Lou Watkins Distinguished Graduate Fellowship in International Studies is available to post-baccalaureate students who demonstrate high academic achievement. The applicant must be applying for admission to, or be enrolled with full-time status in, the M.S. Program in International Studies at OSU. The period of the Fellowship is for one year and subject to several reviews to determine if the recipient is in compliance with the criteria upon which the Fellowship is granted.

 

Dr. James G. Hromas Distinguished Graduate Fellowship in Global Studies

The Dr. James G. Hromas Distinguished Graduate Fellowship in International Studies is available to post-baccalaureate students who demonstrate high academic achievement. The applicant must be applying for admission to, or be enrolled with full-time status in, the M.S. Program in International Studies at OSU. The period of the Fellowship is for one year and subject to several reviews to determine if the recipient is in compliance with the criteria upon which the Fellowship is granted. Preference is to students who are Oklahoma residents and who can demonstrate financial need.

 

Raymond Sidwell Family Endowment for Global Outreach Scholarship 

The Raymond Sidwell Family Endowment Scholarship is available to enrolled graduate students in International Studies with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and who can demonstrate financial need. Preference is to students with interests in Asia, Africa, or South America.

 

Hugh Rouk Fellowship 

The Hugh Rouk Fellowship is available to full-time students from Ethiopia in the graduate program in International Studies. Graduates of Alemaya University of Agriculture are preferred.

 

Jud and Vera Milburn Fellowship 

The Jud and Vera Milburn Fellowship is available to full-time students from Africa in the graduate program in International Studies. Preference is to students from Ethiopia, then Kenya, then other nearby countries.

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