Awards

Undergraduate Mentoring Award

In recognition of the many hours our faculty fellows offer to undergraduate students who participate in our programs, the Kellogg Institute has established the Undergraduate Mentoring Award to be presented each May. The honor, carrying a cash prize of $750, recognizes one faculty fellow each year for excellence in mentoring undergraduate student research. It is awarded annually at Kellogg’s commencement award ceremony.

The exceptional mentoring of the Institute’s faculty fellows is a vital component of several of Kellogg’s programs, including the International Development Studies, International Scholars and Research Grants programs.

Nomination Process

Students of the University may nominate faculty fellows by submitting the following information:

  1. A Letter addressing the topics below:
    In an essay of no more than 500 words, please describe how the nominee has served as a mentor for you in helping you to realize your academic and/or career goals. In what ways has the nominee been an exceptional mentor? Please provide specific details.
  2. A Nomination Form
    Download Nomination Form

Nominations should be submitted by mail or email to:

Rachel Thiel
Program Coordinator - Undergraduate Students
Kellogg Institute for International Studies
1130 Jenkins Nanovic Halls
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN  46656
574.631.4846
rthiel@nd.edu


Deadline:

Friday, March 23, 2018

Calendar

Upcoming Events

Wednesday

February 21
Lynching and the Politics of State Formation in POst-Revolutionary Puebla (1930-1950)
Working Groups, Peace, Conflict, Crime & Violence Workshop
Gema Santamaría

Thursday

February 22
The Art of Political Murder: Who Killed Bishop Gerardi?
Seminars/Lectures
Francisco Goldman

Friday

February 23 to February 24
2018 Human Development Conference
Conferences/Workshops, Undergraduate Programs
Abigail Midlige, Tommy Emmet
February 23
The Curious Case of Political Liberalization: A Step to Democratization or an Authoritarian Survival Strategy?
Working Groups, Comparative Politics Workshop
M. Tahir Kilavuz