Although most undergraduate and graduate financial aid requests go through the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, the Nunn School does have a few scholarships and awards for which students can apply. The Fellowship Communication Program also assists students with completing applications for prestigious non-Georgia Tech fellowships and scholarships. Graduate students seeking graduate assistantships and fellowships should see the graduate financial aid website.
Examples of Scholarships and Awards Available to Sam Nunn School Students
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- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace – Junior Fellows Program
- Fellowship Program of the Center for the Study of the Presidency
- Freshman Research Grants
- The Student Conference on U.S. Affairs
- Travel grants to attend DC career visit and briefing at the Center for Strategic and International Affairs
- Summer Unpaid Internship and Travel Grants
Undergraduate students interested in conducting research with faculty members should also consider applying for a President's Undergraduate Research Award (PURA). It not only gives students the opportunity to work one-on-one with faculty members, but also provides a stipend of up to $1500, depending on the scope of the student’s research.