Center for Global Studies Nielson Undergraduate Scholarship Application
The Nielson Scholarship is awarded to one outstanding junior or senior at the University of Wyoming who through his/her program of study has focused on internationally oriented topics related to energy and sustainability of natural resources. Priority will be given to those who demonstrate an interdisciplinary and international breadth in his/her course of study that promotes development of the human resources and know-how required to solve critical energy/natural resource challenges faced by society. This scholarship represents a partnership between the Center for Global Studies and the School of Energy Resources to promote interdisciplinary academic and research programs in a broad range of disciplines across UW.
- Center for Global Studies
- Supplemental Questions
- Please upload a one-page statement identifying the course of study, research interests, and campus activities in which you are involved, identifying your academic and career goals in the internationally-oriented, interdisciplinary study of energy and sustainability of natural resources and explaining how the Nielson Scholarship will help you achieve these goals. Applications should specifically address core aspects of the School of Energy Resources mission including how your course of study promotes development of the human resources and know-how required to solve critical energy and sustainability of natural resources challenges faced by society.
- Please provide the name and e-mail address information of one University of Wyoming instructor who has agreed to be your reference for the Nielson Scholarship.
- Attach an unofficial college transcript; PDFs and Word docs are recommended (for help, please visit http://www.uwyo.edu/registrar/degree_evaluations)
- The scholarship recipient will be asked to engage in public programming that explains his/her year-long course of study to the UW community, the state of Wyoming, and/or within his/her professional field of study. A one-page report is due to the Center for Global Studies at the end of the second semester of study. Do you agree to this?