SUMMER PROGRAM IN DAKAR, SENEGAL! DEADLINE EXTENDED!

SUMMER IN DAKAR, SENEGAL!

May 17 – June 11, 2016

Do you want to experience cosmopolitan, diverse, dynamic Africa? Its culture and its big questions? And, maybe its beaches, too?

Join this 4-Unit Problems without Passports class to do all of this and more. Explore outside the classroom and find your own path…. with global issues such as the role of the media,  economic development, immigration, gender, etc. Meet writers, journalists, interview cultural dignitaries, and collaborate with Senegalese university students.

APPLY NOW! ADMISSIONS CLOSING NEXT WEEK!

FUNDING AVAILABLE!

Contact Dr. Julie Van Dam in the Department of French and Italian for more information or to apply: julie.vandam@usc.edu

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SIR Paris Application Deadline Extension/Funding Available

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to spend your summer researching in Paris, and being a part of the Green Business or Immigration policy task force! More info and the application can be found on this link: http://dornsife.usc.edu/sir/paris-summer-research-program/

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MARCH 4 either email to kcmirand@usc.edu or submit hard copy to Katrina in VKC 301.

Application Checklist

  • Application Form (attached)
  • Personal Statement (2 page max) – stating why you are interested in participating in this program, how this program may benefit your academic interests and future career aspirations, why do you feel you are a good fit for this program, and any additional info you want to share.

There is funding available for students who need it-please contact Katrina (kcmirand@usc.edu) for more information on how to apply.

THERE’S STILL TIME TO STUDY ABROAD!

Greetings from Overseas Studies!

Applications are still available to study abroad during the Fall 2016 semester or 16-17 academic year for the following programs: USC Madrid, USC Paris, University of Sussex and the University of Edinburgh. Email overseas@usc.edu to request an application.

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Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon!
The Overseas Studies Team

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SIR Paris Summer RESEARCH Program 2016

Upcoming Info Sessions:

Thursday, February 11 at 4pm in VKC 300A

Wednesday, February 17 at 4pm in VKC 300A

Tuesday, February 23 at 4pm in VKC 300A

Application due on Friday, February 26.

More information can be found on the SIR website:

http://dornsife.usc.edu/sir/paris-summer-research-program/

Fisher Fellowship Program – APPLY NOW!

Attention first-generation freshmen! If you’re interested in taking part in the many incredible extracurricular programs that Dornsife offers, but don’t have the resources to do so, the Fisher Fellowship Program is for you.

The Fisher Fellowship is the first program at USC Dornsife that enables first-generation students with financial needs to fully participate in the enrichment opportunities that are at the heart of the college. Students selected for this program will receive between $6,000 and $10,000, which may be used over a three-year period to participate in programs that involve international travel or field research, such as study abroad or Problems Without Passports. Additionally, Fisher Fellows will choose a service project each year that gives back to a selected community, which may include partnerships with local and global nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity, Oxfam, or the Sierra Club.

To be eligible, students must:

·         Have a 3.0 cumulative USC GPA or better

·         Be a first-generation student: applicant is the first person in their family to attend college

·         Have demonstrated financial need

·         Be a freshman at the time of application

·         Have declared a major in the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE THIS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10TH. If you’re interested in the program but unable to submit an application at that time, please email Danika Newlee at newlee@usc.edu to inquire about the possibility of an extension.

All application materials and instructions are available on our website: https://dornsife.usc.edu/fisher-fellows-program/

We look forward to hearing from you!

PWP Info Session for Guatemala

STUDY ABROAD IN GUATEMALA THIS SUMMER!!

Problems Without Passports (PWP) MDA 499: Health, Disease, Language and Culture: GUATEMALA!

May 21st – June 12th 2016

Info Session THIS FRIDAY!!!

February 5th @ 12pm in HNB 120F

APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE IN HNB 120

Questions?

Contact: Dr. Erin Quinn

erinquin@usc.edu

(See attached flyer for more information)

Fisher Fellows Program

FF Promo Flyer 2016Attention first-generation students! If you’re interested in taking part in the many incredible extracurricular programs that Dornsife offers, but don’t have the resources to do so, the Fisher Fellowship Program is for you.

The Fisher Fellowship is the firsFF Promo Flyert program at USC Dornsife that enables first-generation students with financial needs to fully participate in the enrichment opportunities that are at the heart of the college. Students selected for this program will receive between $6,000 and $10,000, which may be used over a three-year period to participate in programs that involve international travel or field research, such as study abroad or Problems Without Passports. Additionally, Fisher Fellows will choose a service project each year that gives back to a selected community, which may include partnerships with local and global nonprofits like Habitat for Humanity, Oxfam, or the Sierra Club.

To be eligible, students must:

  • Have a 3.0 cumulative USC GPA or better
  • Be a first-generation student: applicant is the first person in their family to attend college
  • Have demonstrated financial need
  • Be a freshman at the time of application
  • Have declared a major in the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences 

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE THIS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10THIf you’re interested in the program but unable to submit an application at that time, please email Danika Newlee at newlee@usc.edu to inquire about the possibility of an extension.

All application materials and instructions are available on our website: https://dornsife.usc.edu/fisher-fellows-program/

We look forward to hearing from you!