AAFCS-Kittrell International Graduate Fellowship
|Major:||Family & Consumer Studies|
|Organization:||American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences|
The AAFCS-Kittrell International Fellowship supports international students pursuing graduate study in family and consumer sciences in the United States and minority students from the United States who wish to pursue graduate study in other countries. The AAFCS-Kittrell Fellowship was established with donations from Catherine MacKinnon, Cora Gray, Marion Steele, and Margaret Chaney. Donations in honor of Flemmie D. Kittrell honor 27 years that she was chair of the home economics department at Howard University and her leadership as a pioneer for international partnerships in Africa and India. A $5,000 fellowship and up to $1,000 of support for one year of AAFCS membership and participation in the AAFCS Annual Conference will be awarded to no more than one (1) minority graduate student from the United States pursuing study in another nation or an international graduate student pursuing a degree in family and consumer sciences in the United States, with preference for a student from a developing nation. One in five AAFCS-Kittrell Fellowships supports a student from a developing nation.
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