Join Ted Samuel '05 as he covers an overview of international fellowships; addresses frequently asked questions; and discusses helpful information to those with an interest in professional development fellowships. If you are an underclass student that wants to learn more about fellowship programs, be sure to attend this session!
Ted is a cultural anthropologist with nearly 10 years' experience designing and running international educational programs and professional exchanges. Currently, he works as deputy director of Oberlin Shansi at Oberlin College. As the recipient of the Fulbright Research Fellowship, an Advocacy Project Peace Fellowship, and an AIF Clinton Fellowship, Ted gained extensive knowledge of academic and professional international fellowship opportunities early in his career. Since, he has served as an advisor, alumni mentor, evaluator, and keynote speaker for a range of international fellowship opportunities. As the current deputy director of Oberlin Shansi, Ted manages the Shansi Fellowship and In-Asia Grants programs, which offer students and young alumni from Oberlin College opportunities to live and work in Asia."
Thursday, September 26 at 11:10am to 12:00pm
Cheever Room in Finn House
102 West Wiggin Street, Gambier, OH 43022