L.T. Jordan Fellows Program
The L.T. Jordan Fellows Program program gives grants to Texas A&M Students for use in research conducted abroad. Applicants design a specific independent international study or research project in another country that will enhance educational or career goals. Fellows will receive grant monies up to $2000 to assist with travel expenses.
This fellowship is designed for individual study or research and is not designed to fund a Study/Internship Abroad program.
Program Structure and Requirements
Upon completion of a rigorous application and interview process, a maximum of ten students are selected each fall as L.T. Jordan Fellows. The Fellows are then recognized at a banquet with their guests, academic advisors, and Texas A&M University officials. In preparation for this independent international travel, Fellows will participate in educational programs related to international topics, which may include monthly seminars, films, exhibits, and lectures.
Upon return from his or her trip each fellow is required to:
These tasks assist the Jordan Institute in its continuing goal of developing international awareness among the students of Texas A&M.
Pre-proposal and Proposal (Deadlines printed on the pre-proposal)
Note: Only students of Texas A&M University at College Station are eligible for this program.