Mondays 4:00–5:00 PM EST on Zoom, https://duke.zoom.us/j/116298210
*** April 19 we will not be meeting, join us the following Monday***
Our informal advising sessions are here to help answer your questions. You don’t need to know anything except what your interests are. Do you have questions after watching one of our videos? Come talk with us!
Past Events: Check out our past events, that are now online resources.
2021 Fellowships February Events
(Click on the titles to access the video of the event. Check back later if the video is not available.)
Schwarzman Scholarship Video
Designed to prepare young leaders to deepen understanding between China and the rest of the world; Schwarzman Scholars immerse in an international community of thinkers, innovators and senior leaders in business, politics, and society.
Nakayama Public Service Scholarship Video
Hear about a new scholarship opportunity for five Duke Juniors who are planning to devote their lives to public service.
Building Strong Relationships with Faculty Video
Join as a panel of faculty talk about how they like to get to know students better. Bring questions and find out how these relationships relate to your career at Duke as well as scholarship applications.
Diverse Marshall Scholarship Experiences
A panel of former Marshall scholars with diverse backgrounds will come together to talk about their experiences applying for the scholarship as well as what it means to be a diverse student in the United Kingdom. Bios of Panelists
Why Study STEM at a UK Graduate School? Video
Duke Alumni who have pursued science fields in the United Kingdom on either the Marshall or Rhodes scholarship come together to talk about why that study has been beneficial in their career and what is different about labs and classwork in the UK. Bios of Panelists
Knight-Hennessy Scholarship Video
The Knight-Hennessy Scholars program is a graduate-level scholarship from Stanford aimed at preparing the next generation of global leaders to address the increasingly complex challenges facing the world.
Fulbright Scholarship Alumni Panel
February 17 [video recording coming soon]
Learn about fully-funded grants for research, graduate study, or English Teaching Abroad to over 140 different countries! Rising seniors, alumni, and graduate students are eligible. The Duke alumni panelists are: Sahil Sandhu T‘20 study Fulbright in Health Services Research at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom; Jay Sullivan T‘16 Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Malaysia; and McCall Wells T‘16 Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship in Spain.
Rhodes Scholarship Duke Student Perspectives Video
What does it take to win a Rhodes Scholarship and what is it like to hold one? Duke's 2020 Rhodes Scholars-Elect, Jamal Burns and Kendall Jeffreys, as well as Rhodes Scholars Ariel Kantor T'19 and Claire Wang T'19 will talk about their experience.
P.D. Soros Fellowships for New Americans Video
A graduate scholarship opportunity for immigrants and the children of immigrants in recognition of the contributions they make as new citizens. The panelists will be Maria Pia Rodriguez Salazar, 2020 Soros Fellow, PhD in Cell Biology at Duke University, UNC Chapel Hill Class of 2014; and Antonina Vykhrest, 2019 Soros Fellow, MBA at Harvard University, Duke University Trinity graduate class of 2010. Bios of Panelists
Rotary Global Grants-What are they? Video
Renee Reiling, a Regional Grant Officer, with The Rotary Foundation will talk about the opportunity. Jaclyn Grace T’15, a current student at Oxford, and Catherine Ward T’18, a current law student at UVA who studied at Cambridge University on a Rotary Scholarship, will talk about their experiences as Rotary Scholarship recipients.
Applying for Fulbright and International Awards Video
Learn how to apply to a variety of opportunities for graduate study with Duke’s full support! Will include Fulbright, DAAD, Luce, and other opportunities.
Applying for UK and other Graduate Scholarships Video
Learn how to apply to a variety of opportunities for graduate study with Duke’s full support!
Available Tuesday, January 12 (event deferred)
The 2021 Undergraduate Summer Opportunities List will be available starting January 12, 2021. Students will be able to browse opportunities and view contact information for Duke Summer Programs. This list represents dozens of summer programs, projects, research and more. Many opportunities provide full or partial funding. Some opportunities are fully virtual. You can find the listing at: https://undergrad.duke.edu/summer-opportunities-fair!
Info Session on Sophomore and Junior Opportunities
2020 Recorded video
Learn more about an assortment of great opportunities for sophomores and juniors. This video will be especially useful for those interested in: public service, environmental advocacy, Native American advocacy, research science, or graduate study in the social sciences and humanities.
Throughout the summer, join Fulbright staff for more in-depth discussions of your choices for a Fulbright year and the application components. Past sessions are also recorded! (Please be sure to follow Duke's campus deadline, August 14, for your complete application. The full timeline is on the application process on our page on Fulbright. This application timeline includes Duke alumni and graduate students!)
Past recorded sessions include:
- *NEW* Alumni Ambassador Panel: LGBTQ+ Applicants
Check out Fulbright Prism too. If you are choosing your country, Spartacus Maps and Indexes may also be useful
- Regional advice webinars J
- *NEW* Alumni Ambassador Panel: First generation college students
- Study/Research Alumni Ambassador Q&A
You may also get inspiration & insight from Fulbright's official social Instagram, and from Fulbright alumni affinity groups on Instagram: FulbrightPrism, FulbrightNoir, FulbrightLatinx, and FulbrightLotus.
NCS Orientation Sessions
First-year Duke students, come learn about the advising you can get with NCS, and the opportunities beyond Duke we can connect you to! Tuesday, August 4 2020 2:00 -3:00 PM or Wednesday, August 5 2020 12:00 - 1:00 PM. Recordings are available in dukegroups
Marshall Mondays with UK Universities
Join for introductions to top university programs, short lectures, and hear from post-graduate Fulbright & Marshall Scholars. See the full schedule and past videos
Monday, March 30 2019 2:30-5:00 pm, video now available on our "Videos" page.
Tuesday, March 24 2019 2:30-5:00 pm, video now available on our "Videos" page.
We’ll lead you on fun activities with peers to help you rediscover your experiences that showcase key attributes and achievements. Then we’ll share strategies for writing your stories in a compelling, memorable way, whether you’re gearing up for graduate school, preparing to network and study with future and current world leaders, or showing your readiness to roll up your sleeves for community work or independent research a world away.