Testimonials

  • Tom Zirkle

    2017 Chateaubriand STEM Fellow
    University of Notre Dame - French Atomic Energy Commission, Grenoble
    Electrical Engineering

    Tom Zirkle is a PhD candidate at the University of Notre Dame, and he was a Chateaubriand fellow in 2017 at the Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (French Atomic Energy Commission) in Grenoble, France for 6 months. In which field did you carry out your research for your (...)
  • Nicole Lloyd

    2016 Chateaubriand STEM Fellow
    Rutgers University - Université de Lyon 1, Claude Bernard
    Microbiology

    Nicole Lloyd earned her PhD from Rutgers University, and she was a Chateaubriand fellow in 2016 at the Université de Lyon 1, Claude Bernard for 6 months. In which field did you carry out your research for your PhD and what was your specific area of study? Microbiology; Metal and antibiotic (...)
  • Cheryle Nicole Beuning

    2015 Chateaubriand STEM Fellow
    Colorado State University - Laboratoire de Coordination de Chimie, CNRS, Toulouse
    Analytical Chemistry

    Cheryle Nicole Beuning is a PhD candidate at Colorado State University, and she was a Chateaubriand fellow in 2015 at the Laboratoire de Coordination de Chimie, CNRS in Toulouse, France for 6 months. In which field did you carry out your research for your PhD and what was your specific area of (...)
  • J. Bianca Jackson

    2009 Chateaubriand STEM Fellow
    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor - ENSTA- Ecole Polytechnique
    Applied Physics

    J. Bianca Jackson earned her PhD from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and she was a Chateaubriand fellow in 2009 at the Laboratoire des Optiques Appliquées, ENSTA-Ecole Polytechnique for 8 months (4 years total). In which field did you carry out your research for your PhD and what was (...)
  • Ayca Arkilic

    2012 HSS Chateaubriand Fellow
    University of Texas at Austin - Sciences Po Paris
    Political Science

    I feel very lucky to be one of the 2012-2013 Chateaubriand Fellowship recipients. I had the opportunity to conduct research at Sciences Po’s CERI Research Institute for four months, where I established contacts with fellow researchers and attended enriching talks. My sojourn in Paris was an (...)

Call 2020-2021

The 2020-2021 call for applications is now closed. The next call for applications will open in October 2020.