2003-04

Fran Hagopian, Director of the Kellogg Institute, establishes the Kellogg International Scholars Program in discussion with Fr. John Jenkins, Vice President and Associate Provost.

Announcement from Kellogg's Annual Report

Kellogg International Scholar John Skakun ’05 spends a year abroad at Oxford University.

First cohort of Kellogg International Scholars

Globalization and economic integration are here to stay. With programs such as those offered at Kellogg, we can give students a basic awareness of the 21st‑century world—that there is a world out there that’s diverse, challenging and exciting—and we have to deal with it. You can’t be a leader without that kind of international perspective.

—Rev. John I. Jenkins, CSC, President

Announcement in Newsletter 40

2004-05

Article in Newsletter 44

Associate Director Holly Rivers leads an ISP meeting

International Scholar Enrique Schaerer meets with Fr. Hesburgh

Enrique Schaerer ’05 becomes the first Kellogg International Scholar to be named Valedictorian. Kellogg Faculty Fellow Tony Messina, served as his ISP and thesis adviser.

2005-06

Kathleen Monticello ’06 is the first Kellogg International Scholar to receive a Fulbright Fellowship, which brought her to Chile to with the Foreign Commercial Service, teaching and studying at the Universidad Mayor.

2006-07

Michael Rossmann, SJ ’07 becomes the second Kellogg International Scholar to be named Valedictorian.

2007-08

In his time at Notre Dame from 2004 to 2013, former Faculty Fellow Naunihal Singh mentored 8 students.
Colleen Mallihan ’07
Katie Hauswirth ’08
John Busch ’09
David Partida ’09
Amber Herkey ’10
Shannon Coyne ’11
Katherine Cessar ’12
Brenna Gautam ’15

Kristina Leszczak ’07 receives a Boren Graduate Fellowship for area and language study critical to national security as well as a Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship, given to outstanding master’s students interested in pursuing a career in the US Foreign Service.

2009-10

Michael Hoffman ’10 becomes first Kellogg International Scholar to be hired on the University of Notre Dame faculty.

Faculty Fellow and ISP Adviser Michael Coppedge wins the first Kellogg Institute Mentoring Award.

Article from Newsletter 54

2010-11

Catherine Reidy ’13 is awarded the Clarendon Scholarship from the University of Oxford to pursue graduate studies.

Spotlight from Newsletter 59

2011-12

Kellogg International Scholar Mitch Gainer ’12 is the first Notre Dame student to complete both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in four years (Economics/Political Science).

Article from Newsletter 58

Katherine Schilling Clark ’10 joins the Advisory Board of the Kellogg Institute, the first Kellogg International Scholar to be a member.

2012-13

Faculty Fellow Victoria Hui has mentored 7 students who have gone on to places such  as Princeton and Peking University for graduate school.
Jee Seun Choi ’12
Christine Gorman ’13
Jingang Ng ’17
Haixiao Wang ’13
Wenqi Wu ’14
Bonna Yi ’20
Yujie Zhu ’17

International Scholars 2012-13

2013-14

Bright Gyamfi ’16, who entered the program in 2013 and was mentored by Faculty Fellow Paul Ocobock, is pursuing a PhD in political science at Northwestern University.

Alex Coccia ’14 is the first Kellogg International Scholar to be named a Truman Scholar (2013) and the first be named a Rhodes Scholar (2014).

2014-15

2015-16

Faculty Fellow Karen Richman has mentored 4 Kellogg International Scholars.
Stephanie Brauer ’08
Mackenzie Isaac ’20
Andrew Scruggs ’16
Maria Villalta ’18

Sienna Wdowik ’17 receives a Boren Scholarship to study Arabic in Jordan.

Magdalena Guzman ’16 becomes the second Kellogg International Scholar to join the Kellogg Institute Advisory Board.

2016-17

Michael Hoffman ’10 becomes first Kellogg International Scholar to be hired on the University of Notre Dame faculty.

Sreeraahul Kancherla ’17 receives three year National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship to pursue a PhD in economics at the University of California, Berkeley.

International Scholars Program press release

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