The Kellogg Institute for International Studies
With the mission of addressing normative and scholarly concerns embodying the values reflected in Catholic social thought, the Kellogg Institute for International Studies offer funding for travel and research, language training, and internships.
An integral part of the Kellogg Institute is research. Through their programs in human development studies, their undergraduate programs, their faculty fellows, and their doctoral students, the it supports the University's goals on internationalization while creating exceptional opportunities for students and professionals in the field of democracy and human development.
Additionally, undergraduate students can minor in International Development Studies or pursue international studies with guidance of Kellogg faculty fellows through the Kellogg International Scholars Program. Furthermore, undergraduate students can explore opportunities internationally through Summer Entrepreneurial Internships and Experiencing the World Fellowships. Moreover, these opportunities can be facilitated through the Kellog/Kroc Undergraduate Research Grants.