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Africa

Experiencing the World Fellowships

The Kellogg Institute offers freshmen and sophomores the opportunity to engage in initial exploratory projects in Africa, Asia or Latin America. These projects may include research, nonprofit work, study, or other activities that will increase their commitment to, and knowledge of, the region.

Internship Program

The Institute awards internships to freshmen, sophomores and juniors for internships in Africa, Asia, and Latin America as well as several US locations. Students are offered a variety of opportunities to gain hands-on experience with policy institutes, non-governmental organizations, and various businesses.

Kellogg/Kroc Undergraduate Research Grants

Juniors whose interests include a clear international dimension related to the thematic priorities of the Kellogg or Kroc Institute are eligible for research grants. Applicants must be in good academic standing and have the endorsement and pledge of supervision from a faculty member.

Students participating in these programs may be interested in the Ford Program.

*Notre Dame students are eligible for the above programs.


 

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Ford Program

Varieties of Democracy

Latin American/North America Church Concerns

Notre Dame Award

Kellogg Faculty Fellows

Visiting Fellows Program

Faculty Research

Working Groups

Undergraduate Student Programs

Graduate Student Programs

International Development Studies Minor

Latin American Studies Minor

Institute Publications

Working Papers

K-12 Resources

Traveling Trunks

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The Kellogg Institute promotes scholarship, learning, and linkages that address issues of critical importance to our world. At the center of our interdisciplinary community’s work are two key themes: democratization and human development. 

 
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