Center For Academic Excellence Travel Fellowships
Your desire to learn can lead you to unexpected placesThe Center for Academic Excellence is an important partner in supporting your goals.
Travel Fellowships allow you to access important educational opportunities such as course-related travel, academic/professional experiences, international exchanges, and more.
For additional questions, contact Laura Sear, Administrative Director for Adult and Academic Excellence Programs at: email@example.com or 414-382-6177.
Travel Fellowship grants of up to $500 are available for short-term travel experiences
in the region or around the US such as attending a conference to present a research
Travel Fellowship grants of up to $1500 are available for longer-term experiences such as international study, travel courses, or intensive academic programs at other institutions
(You may also wish to explore Travelships through Alverno's International and Intercultural Center for cultural study abroad not directly related to your major.)
Nicole Bazan, Kazoua Lor, and Nour Snoubar attended the 2015 Conference of the Midwestern Association of Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts Colleges to present a research poster.
Alma Lopez took her research project, “Out of the Shadows and Into Plain Sight: Empowering Undocumented Latino/a Students for Success and Retention in Higher Education,” to a conference of the North Central Council of Latin Americanists.
Luz Renteria Gomez will travel to Seoul, South Korea, as a participant in the two-week co-ed Summer College for International Students at Ewha Womans University
What is the timeline?Travel Fellowship applications may be submitted year-round, but all application materials must be received at least 1 month prior to the dates you will travel, and before you pay for any expenses you want included.
An International or Intensive Travel Fellowship requires more advance planning – to plan your travel, what you will study, and how you will make your learning public. During, or as a result of your travel, you will create a project or a product within the scope of your major or support area (or other academic program/goals). Examples might include: a research project shared with classmates or in a public poster session; a blog addressing a specific aspect of your study/findings; an integrated activity for your travel course classmates; an annotated bibliography of relevant readings; etc.