Edward Guiliano Global Fellowships
The deadline to apply has been extended to Friday, March 20. Don’t delay in sharing this with your students!
Since 2014, New York Institute of Technology has offered all of its students the opportunity to broaden their perspectives and interact with the larger world through academic and cultural experiences supported by the Edward Guiliano Global Fellowships. Through experiential-based learning outside their community and comfort zones, students will grow personally and professionally in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Multiple awards of $750, $2,500, and $5,000 are given each year.
Open to New York Tech students on all campuses, the fellowships, which can be self-directed, sponsored by the university, or done in partnership with another institution, may be used to:
- Engage in research or artistically expressive, innovative projects around the world.
- Present original findings or work at conferences and symposiums.
- Support ideas to produce novel solutions or creative content.
- Projects must take place at least 200 miles (322 km) from your home or home campus.
- All applicants must have at least a 2.6 GPA in order to apply.
- Projects must take place between May 20 and December 31, 2020.
- Recipients must also deliver a final project summary (500 words plus photos and headshot).
- The Edward Guiliano Global Fellowship Committee will select awardees after reviewing all applications received by the deadline. Recipients will be notified via email.
The deadline to apply has been extended to Friday, March 20. at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.
Winter/Spring 2020 Edward Guiliano Global Fellows
- Sarah Johnson: Resiliency + Social Impact (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
- Katherine Byrd: Escape Rooms and TeamSTEPPS, a model for pre-clinical teaching (San Diego, California)
- Mirat Bhatt: Educational Technology: A Transformative Tool for Personal and Professional Growth (Niagara Falls, Ontario)
- Tyler Simoneau: Artistically Animated Architecture (Paris, France - Amsterdam, Netherlands - London, United Kingdom)
- Ruixue Cai: Creative Marketing Camp in Thailand (Bangkok, Thailand)
- Stephanie Gonzales: Learning Obstetrics in the Motherland: Training in the World’s Busiest Maternity Ward (Manila, Philippines)
- Rachel Gecelter: Hip Biomechanics in Osteoarthritis (Austin, Texas)
- Daniel Veyg: The exploration of pink noise as a novel treatment for chronic pain - Conference Abstract Submission (San Francisco, California)
- Wajeeha Hamid: Academic Performance and Student Motivation - Intrinsic and Extrinsic Research Study (New York, New York)
- Mehul Shah: α9α10 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor (nAChR) Function in Migraine-Related Pain (Los Angeles, California)
- Shiyao Wei: The Field Research of Public Service in Museum, Focus on Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California)
- Narifumi Koizumi: Imagination to Reality: Art of Fairy Tales and Sci-Fi Novels which led to Scientific Discovery (Dublin, Ireland - London, United Kingdom - Paris, France)
- Siyi Song: Escape in a Terror Attack (Paris, France)