The Udall Scholarship is for students who demonstrate through their academic program and service-oriented extracurricular activities 1) a strong commitment to pursuing a career related to improving or preserving the environment OR, 2) for Native American or Alaska Native candidates, a strong commitment to a career in any area of health care or tribal public policy. About 50 scholarships will be given this year. The award provides up to $7,000 toward tuition, fees, books, and room and board, plus round-trip expenses to attend a four-day orientation with all Udall Scholars in early August. The orientation is a unique feature of the Udall and allows students to network with similarly minded students, activists, and public servants. Read about a JHU Udall winner's experience on the Raychel Santo page of the Homewood Student Affairs website.
To learn more about applying for the Udall, contact Dr. Jeannette Miller in the National Fellowships Program (email@example.com) and consult the Udall page of the NFP website. Students should begin working on their applications now to meet the Feb. 14 campus deadline.