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The iSchool offers a number of events related to career and professional development, technology and information talks, research seminars, field trips, alumni panels, socials, and more. We also promote relevant opportunities on and around campus. 

We encourage students to also visit additional calendars and websites:

HandShake EventsResearch ParkNCSATechnology Entrepreneur Center (TEC),

The Career Center, Office of Undergraduate Research, Leadership Center, Siebel Center for Design,

Office of Technology Management, Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning,

Applied Technologies for Learning in the Arts & Sciences.

National & International Scholar's Programs, Student Wellness

iSchool Calendars: Study Abroad Hours, iSchool Events, Non-iSchool Events

BSIS ICT Sessions, Express Advising

ONLINE Truman Scholarship Information Session

Event Type
Meeting
Topics
scholarships, students
Sponsor
National and International Scholarships Program
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Sep 30, 2022   9:00 - 10:00 am  
Registration
Register in advance for this Online information session
Contact
David Schug
E-Mail
topscholars@illinois.edu
Phone
217-333-4710
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Scholarship Events and Deadlines

The campus is currently looking for exciting juniors* to nominate for the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship.

Are you bothered by an issue and trying to make changes to address a problem?  The Truman program is looking for the academically strong student who has a passion for public service. Evaluators look for leadership ability, potential for influencing public policies, community service and extracurricular involvement, strong academic performance, and potential to perform well in a graduate school program. It awards $30,000 merit-based scholarships to U.S. citizen college students who wish to attend graduate school in preparation for careers in public service.  Public service includes a wide array of career possibilities, such as public health; local, state, or federal government; educational policy; international relations; conservation; and environmental protection. Candidates should be able to demonstrate leadership experiences in campus and community service activities. Truman Scholars have pursued many fields of study, such as agriculture, engineering, economics, education, government, history, international relations, law, political science, public administration, and public health. Scholars are required to work in public service for three of the seven years following completion of a Foundation funded graduate degree program as a condition of receiving funding.  The University of Illinois may nominate up to four students for the Truman Scholarship.

On September 30, 2022 our office will offer an ONLINE informational overview session from 9:00-10:00 a.m. CST for those unable to participate in our in-person sessions.  

For more information, contact the scholarships office at topscholars@illinois.edu or visit our website at www.topscholars.illinois.edu  

*For the Truman Scholarship, a "Junior" is defined as someone either in their third and final year of undergraduate study, or someone planning to graduate between December 2023 and August 2024.

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