Possible International Fellowships
Please select, based on the criteria, the International Fellowship for which you will apply. You may select more than one. Your
choice may or may not be honored based the decision of the Fellowship Committee.
DOUGLAS ZEMKE INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP
An endowed fund originally established by the
Trustees of Millikin University in 2010 with the invitation of alumni and
friends to support a fund recognizing the retirement of Millikin’s 13
president, Douglas. Zemke. The annual funds are
to be provided to deserving students who embrace democratic citizenship in a global environment; to be able to
participate in semester long or immersion program.
THE NIMS FAMILY INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP
This program will provide fellowships for deserving Millikin undergraduates to study abroad, either via immersion
courses or through semester exchange programs. The goal of the Nims Family International Fellowship will be to
support students with significant financial need, who have never before traveled outside of the United States.
THE MARIE FOLRATH MCDERMOTT INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP
The McDermott Fellowship was established in 2008 via the establishment of an endowment in memory of Mrs.
McDermott. This program offers an opportunity for students with financial need to study abroad during their sophomore,
junior, or senior year. The requirements for this program follow the general guidelines outlines on this application.
DAHL SCHOLARSHIP FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDY
To be awarded to undergraduate student(s) in the Tabor School of Business or School of Nursing in support of study
abroad programs outside of North America. Funds may be used for study abroad during fall/spring or immersion terms.
McINTIRE POLITICAL FELLOWSHIP
To be awarded to an outstanding sophomore or junior political science major. The McIntire Political Fellowship was
established in 2002 in honor of Dr. Robert C. McIntire. Dr. McIntire chaired and taught in the Department of Political
Science at Millikin for over thirty years. He fostered in students and colleagues the mutually supporting values of the
study of politics and its practices. The purpose of this program is to provide an award to an outstanding sophomore or
junior political science major for the purpose of pursuing an international study experience by the summer of their junior
I certify that my answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I also certify that I will abide by all
requirements associated with being awarded an International Fellowship.
If this application leads to a Fellowship, I understand that false or misleading information in my application or may result in
my application being pulled from consideration.