Global Fellows Program

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CSULB Global Fellows are undergraduate students whose project enhances global awareness on our campus.

 In Year 1 Fellows complete an approved internship, service learning, or training

 In Year 2 Fellows complete a project of their own design 

Global Fellows Flyer and Application 2023-25 Due Friday, October 20, 203

Global Studies Institute will offer up to three undergraduate Global Studies Fellowships where students will be provided leadership and management training while they imagine, create, and execute a project of their own designed to increase CSULB global engagement.

Global Studies Fellows will Global Studies Fellows will participate in a two-year program (2023-24, 2024-25) and must commit to one meeting per month on a Friday morning for both years.

They will receive financial support ($500 per semester) and a separate budget to pilot their project.

There will be additional opportunities provided to the Global Studies Fellows for gaining new knowledge about international education and networking with leaders on and off campus. Applications for Global Studies Fellows will be accepted from all undergraduate students at CSULB. Students may be at any academic level but must be full-time and graduating no earlier than Spring 2025.

Information session and Q&A:

Friday, September 29,2023. 9am-10am. Zoom Link:

Friday, September 29, 2023.  9am-10am.

Zoom Link:


Submit your application and letters of recommendation:

For more information, please contact

Richard Marcus | Director of the Global Studies Institute | 


Examples of previous Global Fellows Projects

A Water Tower for Global Water Awareness

360 Video for Intercultural Learning

Project Undocuversity: bringing awareness to the undocumented student community on campus

World Music in K-12 Music Education

International Student Art Exhibit

Green Roof for Global Sustainability

Video for Student Engagement in Faculty Technology Collaborations in the Classroom

Images from previous Global Fellows Projects