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July 15, 2020

UW Fulbright Sessions this week & Fashion Scholarship Opportunity

Dear UW students and alumni,

Hope you are all staying healthy and safe this summer! The
UW Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards team is available to
work with you on applications for scholarships, as we always are, and our
remote advising and information sessions for scholarship opportunities with
early fall deadlines are on-going. Please don’t hesitate to be in touch for
support with your applications for scholarships, fellowships, entry into
majors, graduate school admission processes, etc. We’re here for you!

Read on for two highlights this week on the Fulbright US
Student Program and the Fashion Scholarship…

Fulbright US Student
Program Information:

For those of you who might have missed the first round of Fulbright US Student Program
information sessions earlier this spring, round two is happening this week!
It’s not too late to start your Fulbright Application! With Fulbright, you can
pursue graduate study, independent research or English Teaching abroad. We’ll
be stepping through the application and highlighting key components and
opportunities for you to stand out. Register for the Zoom link.

Today, Tuesday, July 14

Fulbright Research & Study Application Workshop

5:30 pm


Thursday, July 16

Fulbright English Teaching Application Workshop

5:30 pm


Fashion Scholarship
Fund Information:

The Fashion Scholarship Fund offers scholarships ranging
from $5,000-$35,000 to students interested in Design and Business. Once
awarded, students are also invited to take part in an industry mentoring
program and a summer internship. Scholars also are invited to apply for
seed-grants to launch their own start-ups. Though the name would indicate a
narrow focus on perhaps runway design, in practice the scholarship is supported
by businesses that include Adobe, Walt Disney, and Delta as well as well-known
apparel and homeware brands.

To apply, you respond to a case-study prompt with a
slide-deck. You can choose to apply in one of four categories.  The
categories, case-studies & application instructions are attached to this
email as well as linked below.

2020-21 Categories & Instructions

Discipline: Objective

Design and Product Development: Develop a fashion line for the Gen Z consumer

Merchandising/Marketing:Develop a socially impactful online and in-store merchandise campaign

Marketing Analytics: Improving promotional effectiveness for a fashion brand

Supply Chain: Develop the supply chain plan for a new DTC e-commerce business

You’ll submit your application online at