Expand your possibilities,learn to shape the world.

The AnBryce Scholars Initiative brings first-generation, scholar leaders into a close knit family of students and faculty/staff mentors. We believe our scholars represent the best of Notre Dame and aim to assist in exposing our students to a cosmopolitan, inclusive vision of the world with all its complexity. Then, we encourage them to better it using their talents as a force for good. AnBryce Scholars come to campus from all across the world, united by their impressive academic potential and leadership skills, their success in the face of adversity. They pursue every area of study and seek summer enrichment through social justice and community service initiatives, educational experiences, and internships in business, engineering, social sciences, education, and the arts. 

The AnBryce Scholars Initiative reflects the vision of Mr. Anthony Welters and Ambassador Beatrice Wilkinson Welters, who began the AnBryce Foundation in 1995. The Welters' sons, Bryant and Andrew, are graduates of the University of Notre Dame. 

Scholar Snapshot

2020-2021 begins our eighth cohort. 

54 Scholars and Alumni, across all colleges of study

100% Post Grad Employment/Graduate Education Placement

National Honors: Fulbright Fellow, Fulbright Summer Institute Fellow, Six Gilman Scholars 

3 McCloskey Competition Participants  1 Team Awarded Cash Prize. 

65% of Students Elect to Study Abroad Several Students Completing Multiple Global Immersions (ISSLP, Summer) 

90% of our scholars hold leadership positions on campus and in our community.

 

Erick Tapia, Class of 2018

It's like a dream come true, but way better.

– Erick Tapia, Class of 2018

News

New initiative will tackle racism’s core concepts

Author: Kevin Fye

Prompted by recent killings and the social upheaval arising in their aftermath, our nation has awakened to the brutality of institutional racism and the violence to human dignity it has wrought in communities of color, now and throughout America’s history. Many who had previously failed to recognize and understand the structures of racism are now seeking to educate themselves.…

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Events

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Virtual Webinar: Primary Source Research in the Time of COVID-19

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Location: Online

Are you designing a research project during the time of COVID-19? If so, how will you locate and access quality primary sources? This webinar, offered by curators from the Hesburgh Libraries' Rare Books and Special Collections department, will offer tools and tips for conducting research online and adapting your research process to a virtual environment. This session will be tailored to participants’ specific projects and research questions. There will also be time immediately following for optional small group or one-on-one discussion with the session leaders.

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