IUPUI-Daniel Nützel Memorial Scholarship (Liberal Arts)
This scholarship has been established in memory of Dr. Daniel Nützel, former German professor and Director of the Max Kade German-American Center at IUPUI to honor his contributions to the German Program at IUPUI and the German-American community of Indiana. The scholarship supports undergraduate or graduate students with a proven interest in German American Studies and provides the recipient the opportunity to work in a professional internship over teh course of one semester or over the summer. The professional internship will provide hands-on learning experiences in community institutions with a German-American tie.
Eligible applicants are full or part-time junior or senior undergraduate students enrolled with a major or minor in German, or to a graduate student with a proven interest in German-American studies. Candidates must have a record of academic excellence as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale.
Additional application materials include:
- Student’s resume and transcript;
- Personal statement of interest in the field of German or German-American Studies;
- Two letters of recommendation (for German Majors or Minors: one letter must be from a German professor).
Preference will be given to student interns with German language skills currently involved in non-profit organizations with German-American connections or students who have demonstrated interest in the German-American non-profit sector.
- Supplemental Questions
- Letter of recommendation 1 - (for German Majors or Minors: one letter must be from a German professor)
- Letter of recommendation 2 - Must be from a mentor/supervisor who can speak to your internship or work with the German-American culture as defined in the help text.
- Personal statement of interest in the field of German or German-American Studies.
- Provide your most recent IU unofficial transcript