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Celebrating 15 Years of the Kellogg International Scholars Program

Celebrating 15 Years of the Kellogg International Scholars Program

September 28-30, 2017

Attend the first ever reunion of the Kellogg Institute’s flagship program for undergraduates, which will bring together alums, current International Scholars and their faculty advisers.

The reunion will be a part of the launch of the Keough School of Global Affairs, the Kellogg Institute’s new home at Notre Dame. You will be able to visit our offices in Jenkins Hall and hear from the Dean of the University’s first new school in 70 years. Reconnect with classmates, visit with former faculty advisers and help prepare the next cohort of International Scholars.

Many changes have occurred in the program over the last 14 years; see what’s happening in the program today.

Interested? Let us know here; see who else might attend here. (Clicking on this form does not obligate you to attend the event.)

(Yes, this is a home football weekend! Notre Dame will take on Miami University, Ohio and there will be time to take in the game, if you are so inclined. For more information, click here.)

Registration is now open. Whether you can attend or not, please take a few minutes to upload a current photo or two and share a memory.

     


 

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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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