Global Grant Scholarships
Global Grant Scholarships fund graduate-level coursework or research for one to four academic years. Global grant scholars plan to pursue a career in one of Rotary’s seven areas of focus. This means the scholar has a long-term commitment to measurable, sustainable change, and their graduate-level educational goals support this career interest.
Congratulations to our scholars for 2023-24:
- Razija Mehinovic, a University of Louisville graduate, sponsored by the Louisville Downtown Club, attending the University of Leeds for a M.S. in Sustainable Food Systems
- Zoha Mian, a University of Cincinnati graduate and University of Louisville School of Medicine student, sponsored by the Louisville Downtown Club attending the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine for a M.Sc. in Public Health for Eye Care
- Molly Robinson, a Western Kentucky University graduate, sponsored by the Marshall County Rotary Club, attending the University of Surrey for a M.Sc. in International Relations
Documents for 2024-25
Claire Arnold, Chair