Gelfman International Summer FundDeadline: 03/13/2024 (Tentative)
The Gelfman International Summer Fund has been established by Robert W. Gelfman (Wharton ’53) to create opportunities for personally enriching international research and/or service for students in the summer between their junior and senior year. The Fund is expected to cover two or three students each summer. Penn juniors from any of Penn’s undergraduate schools and in any discipline are eligible.
Rhodes ScholarshipDeadline: 08/01/2023
Funds two or more years of graduate study in nearly any academic discipline at the University of Oxford for leaders and advocates with a demonstrated commitment to helping the less fortunate and becoming leaders in their field (Penn nomination required)
Mitchell ScholarshipDeadline: 08/01/2023
Funds a one-year master's degree in nearly any academic discipline at any university in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland for thought leaders and advocates with a demonstrated commitment to helping the less fortunate and becoming leaders in their field (Penn nomination required)
Marshall ScholarshipDeadline: 08/01/2023
Funds one or (preferably) two or more years of graduate study in nearly any academic discipline at any university in the United Kingdom for thought leaders and advocates with a demonstrated commitment to helping the less fortunate and becoming collaborative leaders who engage with UK colleagues while and after their study in the UK (Penn nomination required)
Gates Cambridge ScholarshipDeadline: 10/11/2023 (Tentative)
Funds a full-time PhD or master's degree in nearly any academic field at the University of Cambridge for individuals with a sustained commitment to producing positive change and using the knowledge gained through their graduate degree to work toward the greater good
The Voyager Scholarship: Obama-Chesky Voyager Scholarship for Public ServiceDeadline: 03/22/2024 (Tentative)
Paul and Kathleen Barthmaier AwardDeadline: 03/13/2024 (Tentative)
The Paul and Kathleen Barthmaier Award has been established by Kathleen M. Barthmaier (Wharton ’03) to provide financial support to assist with travel expenses related to intellectually enriching undergraduate research or fellowship experiences. While priority will be given to internationally focused projects, proposals focused on domestic (based in the United States) issues will also be considered. Grants will be awarded up to $2,000 depending on the needs of the project.