Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award – Nominations Due February 23

samnunnschool-outline-539874_131622The Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award (2015)

This award is given annually to a junior or senior International Affairs, International Affairs/Modern Language or an Economics/International Affairs major to reward excellence in scholarship, leadership, and community service.

Criteria include proficiency in a foreign language and a demonstrated commitment to furthering international cooperation and cross-cultural understanding. The award consists of a check for $250. The recipient’s name will be added to a plaque displayed in the School of International Affairs.

Selection will be made by a committee consisting of faculty members of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs. Students may be nominated by faculty or staff and self-nominations are welcome. The awards will be presented at this year’s Georgia Tech Student Honors Luncheon.

Nominating materials

1. A résumé that includes overall GPA and major program GPA, foreign language skills, organizational affiliations and community service activities, etc.

2. A concise one-page cover letter that comments on your career goals and credentials or accomplishments that make you a worthy candidate for this award.

Please submit your application materials, via email, by noon on Monday, February 23, to: Maragh Girvan (mgirvan@gatech.edu). Please mention the Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award in the subject line of your email submission.

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