Tag Archives: grad school

Rangel IA Fellowship

Want to promote positive change in the world?  Apply now for the 2019 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship.  The fellowship supports two years of graduate studies, in addition to two summer internships and mentoring, leading to a career as a Foreign Service Officer in the U.S. Department of State.  The application deadline is fast approaching, with all application […]

» Read more

Gates Cambridge

Itching to study abroad in England? Cambridge University is offering a full-cost global scholarship to students who want to improve the lives of others; past scholars have researched alternative energy, the macroeconomics of inequality, and nuclear engineering principles (leading to selection as a NASA astronaut!). Contact Dr. Fraley (fraleyt@ecu.edu) for details–deadline is Oct. 10th. More information can be found here.

» Read more

How to Master the GRE

By: Stephanie Griffin, Honors College Senior After taking the SAT in high school, I thought that was the last time I would ever take a standardized test. Lo and behold, 3 years later, I found myself having to study over the summer to conquer the first obstacle of graduate school applications, the GRE. The GRE, or Graduate Record Examinations, is a […]

» Read more