A limited number of fellowships are awarded each academic year. Fellowship recipients will bring exemplary levels of scholarship and innovation to the academic departments that host their study and research. Each of The Goizueta Foundation Fellows will be asked to participate in stewardship activities.
- Must be a new or current graduate student admitted to a Georgia Tech doctoral program.
- Must be enrolled as a full-time student.
- Must be of Hispanic/Latino heritage with family residing in the United States (i.e., not an international student planning to move abroad upon graduation).
- Must submit The Goizueta Foundation Fellowship at Georgia Tech nomination form below by March 15 to OHI. Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.
Note: New doctoral students must be invited to submit a Fellowship application by a Georgia Tech departmental representative (such as a graduate school coordinator or school chair). Doctoral students currently enrolled at Georgia Tech who meet the above eligibility requirements may submit an application with the approval of their research advisor. All interested students, current and prospective, need to submit an application at: https://hispanicoffice.gatech.edu/programs/the-goizueta-foundation-fellowship/application.
For more information about The Goizueta Foundation Fellowship’s eligibility requirements, terms of the award, and fellows’ involvement and participation, click here. For additional questions, contact OHI Director Jorge Breton at email@example.com.