Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising (SDFA) offers assistance to Temple students in all stages of the application process for competitive, merit-based national fellowships.
We provide information on available programs, advice, opportunities for strategic planning and reflection, and guidance for completing a competitive application.
Through outreach to the campus community, support of students, and collaboration with faculty and administration, Fellowships Advising seeks to develop a campus culture that encourages motivated students to pursue these enriching educational opportunities.
Take a look at our Student Profiles to learn about what Temple students have done on their fellowships!
Note: The majority of these opportunities are external awards that fund supplemental undergraduate experiences (summer research, institutes, specialized study abroad) or graduate studies/research. They are typically not intended to cover Temple tuition and fees. For Temple-sponsored awards administered by SDFA, including the Supplemental Academic Scholarships, click here. For other Temple-sponsored awards, see your college's website or click here for links to those sites. Incoming freshmen or transfer students who wish to have more information on their financial packages should speak to Admissions.
Advising and Fellowships 101
To meet with a Fellowships Adviser, use the on-line advising calendar.
In advance of your first one-on-one advising appointment, ensure that you:
- attend a Fellowships 101 session (see times at right), or
- attend any other fellowship information session (see times at right), or
- review the Fellowships 101 PowerPoint on your own
Connect with Fellowships Advising
Sign up for the Fellowships Advising Blackboard site to access upcoming events, discipline-specific fellowships lists, presentation slides, past webinars, and resources for writing application essays and personal statements, and more! Please note: site is for current Temple students, faculty, and staff only.
Join the LinkedIn Fellowships Advising Group.
Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Where we are:
Tuttleman Learning Center, Suite 201 (in The Writing Center)
1809, N 13th St
How to reach us:
Phone: 215 204 0708
Who we are:
Barbara Gorka, Ph.D.
Director, Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising
See the Deadlines and Events page for the 2016-2017 calendar
Campus Deadline: Dec 1 EXTENDED TO JANUARY 19
Campus Nomination Form and Instructions
National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship(NDSEG)
Deadline: December 9, 2016
Boren Scholarship (Undergraduates)
Campus Deadline: Dec 15
Campus Contact: Belinda Christensen, Education Abroad
Humanity in Action
Deadline: January 4, 2017
Scoville Peace Fellowship
Deadline: January 6, 2017
Payne International Development Fellowship
Deadline: January 20, 2017
Pickering Foreign Affairs Undergraduate Scholarship
Deadline: January 13, 2017
Pickering Foreign Affairs Graduate Fellowship
Deadline: January 13, 2017
DAAD Research Internships in Science and Engineering
Deadline: January 15, 2017
Samuel Huntington Public Service Award
Deadline: January 17, 2017
NOAA Hollings Scholarship
Deadline: January 31, 2017
Boren Fellowship (Graduate students)
Deadline: January 31
Diamond Research Scholars Program
Deadline: February 1, 2017
Contact: Emily Moerer, Assistant Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies
All sessions in 201 Tuttleman unless otherwise noted
Undergraduate Research Opportunities: Friday, January 20, 3-4:00 pm (Location TBD)
Philly Fellows: Tuesday, January 24, 4-5:00 pm