Rosalie Nadeau Receives a Killam Fellowship

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The Killam Fellowships Program provides a cash award of $5,000 US per semester, a three day orientation in Ottawa, and a three day spring seminar in Washington D.C.

Fulbright Canada is pleased to announce that Rosalie Nadeau, a student majoring in global affairs at l'Université de Montréal, has been awarded a prestigious Killam Fellowship to study at Arizona State University during the 2015-2016 academic year.

Rosalie Nadeau studied pure and applied sciences before choosing her current path. For the past few years, her fields of interest have included economics, law, history and notably political science, in which she wishes to specialize in at the graduate level. She was the treasurer of her student association this past year and has played the violin since she was five years old. She has been a member of different orchestras in Montreal and participated in many musical tours across the United States, in Europe and in China. She currently works at the Montreal Symphony Orchestra concert hall and plays in the Montreal Youth Symphony Orchestra.

About the Killam Fellowship Program

The Killam Fellowships Program is a competitive program providing an opportunity for exceptional undergraduate students from universities in Canada and the United States to spend either one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in the United States or Canada respectively. Students may participate in the program either as a direct exchange student or as a self-placed visiting student. The Killam Fellowships Program provides a cash award of $5,000 US per semester, a three day orientation in Ottawa, and a three day spring seminar in Washington D.C.

This program, administered by Fulbright Canada, is supported by the American Killam Trusts and Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. It is an integral part of the Foundation's multidimensional strategy to foster mutual understanding between Canada and the United States of America.

Fulbright Canada is sponsored by the United States Department of State and the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development. It is a bi-national, treaty-based, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization, governed by an independent board of directors, charged with identifying and supporting the very best and brightest in Canada and the United States.

Fulbright Canada is celebrating 25 years of promoting academic excellence and mutual understanding. The theme for Fulbright Canada's silver anniversary, expanding the boundaries of human knowledge, is reflective of the program's mission and commitment. Fulbright Canada is proud of its alumni, who have made significant contributions to economic, social, and political life in both countries.