Gregory B. Wolfe Ambassador Scholarship


1. Must be full-time undergraduate student (enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits per semester);
2. Must have at least 60 college credits;
3. Must be a declared International Relations major;
4. Must have a minimum 2.0 GPA;
5. Must demonstrate financial need; and
6. Must be a foreign student.

Application Due Date

Friday, March 24, 2017 at https:/fiu.academicworks.comopportunities/3574


Must submit a typewritten essay of no more than three pages (double-spaced, 12 pt font) describing the reasons that led him or her to seek a degree in international relations at Florida International University and their professional aspirations.

Award Amount

$1,000 for the forthcoming academic year to be used for tuition and disbursed as $500 each Summer and Fall, or Fall and Spring semester.

Award Announcement

Award will be presented at the Department’s annual end-of-year awards ceremony on April 27, 2017.

Krell International Relations Scholarship

Kevin Markowski - Krell International Relations Scholarship Recipient

Kevin Markowski is originally from Fort Myers, FL. He is entering his senior year at FIU, majoring in International Relations with a minor in Business Analytics and pursing a Certificate in National Security Studies. He has brought his studies into the professional world when he interned at both The British-Consulate General and The U.S Department of Commerce. He currently holds several leadership positions on campus including Governmental Relations Coordinator for SGA and he is the Head Delegate of FIU’s Model United Nations Team. After graduation he’s looking to pursue a career in Federal Consulting in Washington DC.

Fausto B. Gomez Scholarship in Political Science

Carolina Acco - Fauto B. Gomez Scholarship in Political Science Recipient

Carolina Acco moved to her hometown of Miami in August of 2016 to pursue her bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She lived in Arlington, Texas for 17 years and although she hated not being surrounded by the beach, living there shaped who she is today. Carolina is passionate about social justice and equality. She loves learning about anything and everything. She is finishing up her junior year at FIU and plans on investing her energy in various types of internships for the Human Rights Certificate. After graduation, she plans on continuing her education either with a Masters in Higher Education or Political Science. When Carolina is not studying, she loves spending time with her wife, and their dog, Charlie, going to the beach, cooking, and sightseeing all over Miami.

Rebecca M. Salokar Scholarship

Constance Lee - Rebecca M. Salokar Scholarship Recipient

Constance Elizabeth Lee is an upcoming graduate majoring in Political Science. She is also minoring in International Relations and receiving certificates in National Security Studies, as well as, Pre-Law Skills and Professional Values. Born and raised in Polk County, Florida, she is the first of her family to attend college, as well as the first in her family to be accepted to law school. She has served as President of Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Society Tau Rho chapter, as well as a member of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity. While attending FIU she has been an active member of the Black Student Union and advocates for greater participation of the African Diaspora in politics. In May, she will be graduating magna cum laude with a 3.78 GPA and will also graduate as an elected member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. In the fall, she will return to FIU as a Full Dean’s Scholar of the Florida International University School of Law. After law school, she plans to use her degree for public service within the Intelligence Community, United States government or as an officer of the military’s JAG Corps

The Judith Hick Stiehm Award

Olivia Napper - Judith Hick Stiehm Award Recipient

Olivia Napper majored in International Relations with a minor in Geography and certificates in National Security Studies and European and Eurasian Studies. She was an IC-CAE Intelligence Fellow with the Jack D. Gordon Institute. After an internship with the State Department this summer, Olivia plans to pursue her Master of Science in Geography at the George Washington University while doing a research assistantship. In the future, she hopes to work in international development or in intelligence, at agencies like the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the USAID, or UNICEF.

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