Global Learning Newsletter – December 2022
(New) Explore the professional working world with an internship in London, a leading global hub. From innovative start-ups to global organizations and NGOs, opportunities are available in business and marketing, advertising, media operations, public relations, finance and accounting, entrepreneurship, hospitality and tourism and more.
Take a minute to browse our 2023 summer programs. Join faculty leaders and program coordinators at upcoming program info sessions (more to be added...see program webpages). Enrollment opens on January 11. You can start the process early by creating an account and selecting your program(s) of interest.
Fees are posted for our UC Davis Quarter Abroad, Summer Abroad, Summer Abroad Internship and Virtual Summer Internship programs planned for 2023. To receive program updates, create an account today.
Still trying to decide if study abroad with UCEAP is right for you? Get all your questions answered and take a virtual tour with the UCEAP digital brochure. Deadlines are approaching fast for 2023-24 programs.
Congratulations to students Joshua Hoye ’23, international relations major, and Esther Perez Paz ’23, animal science major, on winning this year’s UC Davis Study Abroad Photo Contest! This year, we had over 300 photo submissions and over 1000 voters. Winners were selected for two categories: Places and People. See the winning photos.
Competitions, Challenges, and Funding
The fellowship provides $39,500/year, with benefits, to work for one post-graduate year as a junior researcher at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Applicants must be eligible to work in the U.S. and have significant research experience. Deadline: December 19.
This fellowship provides a stipend, tuition and travel expenses for intensive language study of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Khmer or Burmese in approved language programs in East or Southeast Asia. By the start of the grant, applicants should have received a bachelor’s degree and have the equivalent of three years of language study. Deadline: December 30.
This fellowship funds $30,000 towards a public service graduate degree along with conference attendance and a Washington D.C. internship. Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled full-time in their junior year, with an interest in pursuing careers as public service leaders. Deadline: January 9.
The Pitzer Family Foundation Global Challenge Internship Grants are now open for 2023. Four generous grants—of up to $10,000 per grantee—will be given to eligible UC Davis students who will participate in select UC Davis global internship programs. Deadline: January 16.
Scholarships of $15,000 are available to sophomore and junior level students of any citizenship status with a desire to “make a difference” in local, national or international communities. Recipients implement a sustainable public service project anywhere in the world. Deadline: February 1.
This scholarship funds $7,000 and attendance at the Udall Scholars Leadership Conference for second or third-year students who are U.S. citizens, nationals or permanent residents planning careers to benefit the environment or Native American/American Indian tribes. Tribal candidates must be Native American/American Indian. Deadline: February 13.
Global Leadership, Internships, and Research
Explore opportunities available in areas such as community-engaged global learning, global leadership, conferences, workshops, internships and research. Create a profile to express interest in programs and be notified about application details, funding opportunities and much more.
The RISE program offers undergraduates in the fields of biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, earth sciences and physics the opportunity to complete a funded summer research internship at top German universities and research institutions. Apply. Deadline: December 15.
The 2023 Public Scholars program introduces graduate students to the intellectual and practical aspects of identifying, addressing and collaborating with members of the public through their scholarship. Selected applicants will receive a $4,000 stipend paid over two quarters with the possibility of receiving academic credits. Deadline: December 16.
The Global Affairs SDGs Internship provides an opportunity for UC Davis undergraduate students to actively contribute to campus engagement on the SDGs, gaining knowledge of organizational strategy, campus and external coordination, and communications and analytical skills to support this global agenda. Now accepting applications for winter quarter. Deadline: January 6.
The University of Denver’s Interdisciplinary Research Institute for the Study of Equality has open postdoctoral fellow opportunities in the areas of racial justice and global change; educational justice in metropolitan school districts; institutional justice and the criminal justice system. Deadline: January 13.
Eisenhower Global Scholars is an opportunity to spend the full 2023-24 academic year of postgraduate study leading to a master's degree in public policy at the University of Oxford or international relations at the IE University in Madrid. All courses are in English. Deadline: March 20.
The Undergraduate Research, Scholarship & Creative Activities Conference (April 28-29, 2023) is designed to acquaint undergraduate students with the process and academic rigors of presenting research in a scholarly manner and in an affirming environment. Undergraduates in all academic fields are invited to submit abstracts starting January 9.
The Council on Foreign Relations’ Blavatnik Internship Program and Robina Franklin Williams Internship Program provides training in the field of foreign policy and international affairs through a variety of positions. Interns work alongside staff while gaining valuable experience through exposure to leading foreign policy experts.
The UN Millennium Fellowship is a worldwide leadership development program for undergraduate students. Benefits include: a certificate, networking with global leaders, leadership training and community social change. UC Davis is a UN Millennium Fellowship Campus Hub. Deadline: March 31.
Upcoming Info Sessions and Events
This year, IA’s Mail Art Project is inspired by the theme: Rituals of Repair and Renewal. As we peer through the portal of the global pandemic, we invite participants to engage in collective rituals of repair, renewal and release, by transforming and unlearning that which never served us and manifesting new ways of being together. Register by December 16.
January 19. The Global Tea Initiative for the Study of Tea Culture and Science at UC Davis announces its 8th annual colloquium: Tea and Value. What do we value and how do we value it? Register to attend this all-day, in-person event.
January 25. Join the Engineering and Technology Internship and Career Fair to meet representatives from over 100 companies who are hiring a wide variety of internship and full-time positions available immediately and into summer 2023.