Hoskins Global Scholars Fund

The Hoskins Global Scholars Fund was established to encourage and support students to conduct and engage in a immersive international research project. This experience would require travel abroad that would last at least three or four weeks and would take place during either Winter session or Summer semester.

Eligibility:
Must be a student in the Honors College;
Must have a minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA.
Must be enrolled in one of three following academic areas:
A. Basic Sciences and Applied Sciences/Technologies
B. Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
C. Professional programs including Business, Education, and Architecture
Applicants must submit a project proposal. This proposal may be outside of the student’s major and should reflect a sense of passion for their proposal and be impactful.

Award
$5,000.00
Scopes
Honors College
Deadline
03/01/2022
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please upload one document (PDF format) with your resume.
  2. Please describe your chosen international learning experience, why you chose the location, and how it will further your personal and professional/academic goals. You should also address any courses you intend to take abroad and the areas of learning you hope to address. Please upload a document with your answers.
  3. Please describe your passion for this experience and how have you intentionally included this passion in your independent research project, internship service project, or creative activity. Please also include the intended timeline, the relevance of this experience to your personal and professional/academic goals, what qualifies your for this experience, how you have prepared or are preparing for this experience, and how you will evaluate or define success in this experience. Please upload a document that answers these questions.
  4. Please submit a risk analysis (a description of any risky activity that you might undertake as a part of your Hoskins experience). What are the potential hazards or risks, what measures will you take to mitigate potential risks, and what is the risk after mitigation (low, medium or high).
  5. Will you be conducting research that involves human participants or animal subjects?
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