Hertz Fellowship information sessions

Case Western Reserve University students are invited to information sessions about the Hertz Fellowship, a program designed to recognize visionary leaders who want to apply their research in the physical and biological sciences, mathematics, and engineering to solve the world’s toughest challenges. Recipients receive full tuition funding equivalent for five years.

Students are invited to join CWRU alumni and former Hertz Fellows Lee Swanger and Ken Franko Wednesday, April 3, at 9 a.m. (breakfast provided) and at 12:30 p.m. (lunch provided) to learn firsthand about the application process. Lee Swanger also is a member of the Hertz Foundation Board of Directors and will share his experience in this role. Both sessions will be in Nord Hall, Room 356.

Fellowship recipients receive:

  • $38,000 per year stipend;
  • Freedom to innovate and pursue their boldest ideas;
  • Access to a powerful community of 1,200+ peers;
  • Invitations to special events, workshops and networking opportunities; and
  • Access to exclusive internships.

View more details about the fellowship.

Sophomores, juniors, seniors and first-year graduate students at CWRU are encouraged to attend an information session to get tips on preparing a successful application.

Register for an information session.

Email Lauren Maziarz at lmm148@case.edu with questions.