Kellogg International Scholars Program Reapplication

Office Use Only:
Summer Work _____
Study Abroad  _____
New Adviser    _____
Meeting Required _____



To reaffirm your interest in the Kellogg International Scholars Program and your commitment to the mission of the program, please complete the following reapplication. The purpose of the reapplication is to help you examine your current trajectory with regard to international studies. Your responses on this application will be closely evaluated to consider whether your continued participation in the program is advantageous so please reflect and provide full answers. Please note that your readmission to the program is not automatic and will be determined based on your participation and performance in the program this year as well as your responses to the questions below.

* Scholar Information

* Will you be working with this adviser next fall?

* Have you talked with your adviser about the research you will be doing next fall?

* Approximate the number of hours you work:
(Specify weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly according to what appropriately reflects your work load.)

* Most recent relevant project:
(Please share the title and a short paragraph describing your most recent project that reflects your interest in international studies. It may be something you have completed for a class, with your professor as a research assistant, or an independent research project.)

Please respond to the following questions with a minimum of four sentences.

* Restate your most immediate goals as an International Scholar. What is it you hope to achieve through your participation in the program?
(Be as specific as possible: refer to a region, subject matter, whatever it is that you are actually working on and/or realistically will be getting involved in.)

* What are some obstacles you face in working towards those goals? (academic struggles, desire/need for more advising, help with funding, concerns regarding timelines, etc.) What do you think will help you address those obstacles?

* What work are you planning to do with your adviser next fall? Provide a brief description of your prospective project. Please note whether or not you have discussed this with your adviser. What skills do you feel you have gained through your work thus far? What skills do you think you will be gaining through this prospective project or what skills would improve your performance in this project?

Summer Plans

* Are you planning to do research in this program during the summer?

* Please provide details including the name of the faculty member with whom you intend to work, a brief description of the project and an estimate of the number of hours the project will take. (You cannot work this summer unless we have this information, as we must set you up in the payroll system to be paid during the summer.)

* Do you plan to change advisers?
Be sure to discuss this with your current adviser and return any materials that belong to that adviser before you leave for summer break.

Study Abroad

* Will you be studying abroad next academic year?

* Abroad

* Have you talked to your adviser about your plans and whether or not you will be working with him/her?
Please note that it is your responsibility to discuss your plans with your adviser before you leave campus for the summer even if you do not plan to work with your adviser next fall.

* If you have any suggestions/ questions/ comments about the program that you would like to share, please include them below.

* If you are interested in scheduling a meeting with Holly to discuss your responses to these questions or your participation in the program please note that below.

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