A Place for Mom is proud to offer our annual $1,000 scholarship to five university students who intend to use their education to help the senior population such as nursing, medicine, physical therapy, occupational therapy, sociology, social work or gerontology. As North America's largest senior living referral service, we know the importance of supporting the training and education of our future senior care leaders.
This scholarship will be awarded to a citizen or a Permanent Resident of the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec) who is enrolled and currently taking classes at an accredited college or university in the United States or Canada (excluding Quebec), and will grant selected applicants a $1,000 financial donation for their compelling essays on how to improve the quality of life for seniors.
Created in memory of A. James Ruttenber, PhD, MD, the fund supports students in medicine, epidemiology, public health, environmental journalism, and related fields. The fund provides study grants for education and travel between the University of Colima School of Medicine, Colima, Mexico and the University of Colorado.
The fellowship is awarded annually to a student who is enrolled in graduate school, in the early stages of study, and who shows expectional promise for leadership and technical acheivement in information management.
ENTRY POINT! is a program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) offering outstanding internship opportunities for students with disabilities in science, engineering, mathematics, computer science, and some fields of business.
Award Amount: $1,000
Number of Scholarships: 2
Degree of study must be undergraduate
Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0
Must be at least a sophomore in college
Must attend a Colorado college or university
Must reside in the city of Aurora
Must reside in the state of Colorado
Must enroll parttime (6 credits) or fulltime in college program
QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPLICANTS:
*Resident of Douglas County, Colorado
*If over the age of 25, currently attending an accredited institution of higher education (four-year college, junior college or vocational institution)
*If under the age of 25, completed two years and currently attending an accredited Colorado institution of higher education (four-year college, junior college or vocational institution)
*Maintains a 3.0 average or better in academic work
These students must also be planning a career in some field of special education or majoring in Communication Disorders/Speech and Language Pathology. The student’s legal residence must be within the Great Southwest District (Colorado, New Mexico or El Paso County, Texas) but they may attend a college or university anywhere in one of these three states.
Contact Scholarship Office for application or visit website
-Available to all high school juniors and seniors and all students currently registered in any accredited post secondary institution
-Must be between the ages of 16 and 30
One award for $1000 will be given.
|Spring: Nov. 15, Fall: May 15|
Based on demonstrated financial need and academic performance.
Open to both domestic and international students.
Must be in the MS Accounting program.
Must have a GPA of 3.3 or higher.
Must demonstrate financial need. Domestic students must complete a FAFSA prior to application deadline; International students must complete a “Budget Sheet”, which is available through the scholarship website (the link can be accessed within the Scholarship Application on the Student Center Portal).
Amount Awarded: up to $1,000
Duration of the Award: One semester. Recipients may reapply in subsequent terms for reconsideration.
* Cumulative 3.0 GPA
* Accounting Major
* Show financial need
* Open to domestic and international students
Applicant must be African-American, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian, and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. Must be a full-time student at an accredited college, university, or community college and in high academic achievers in chemistry or science with a minimum GPA 3.0. Should be able to demonstrate evidence of financial need according to FAFSA and a graduating high school senior, college freshman, sophomore or junior intending to or already majoring in chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering or a chemically-related science and planning a career in the chemical sciences or chemical technology.
Scholarships to assist academically achieving and financially needy students in dental programs including dentistry, dental hygiene, dental assisting and dental laboratory. Increased opportunity for minority dental students. Applications must be obtained from the school you plan to attend. See website for more details.
The ADA Foundation, in collaboration with the Academy of Operative Dentistry, offers the Dr. Ray Bowen Student Research Award in odd-numbered years. Formerly known as the Paffenbarger Award, the Dr. Ray Bowen Award is open to dental students at all levels who wish to undertake novel research relevant to contemporary operative dentistry. The award is valued at $6,000, with additional support up to $1,000 provided for the student’s presentation of their research at an AOD conference.
ADAF Dental Student Scholarship
The ADAF’s Predoctoral Dental Student Scholarship Program, including the Underrepresented Minority Dental Student Scholarships, the Dr. Robert B. Dewhirst Scholarships and the Robert J. Sullivan Scholarships, helps predoctoral dental students defray some of their academic expenses. The Foundation awards about 54 scholarships of up to $2,500 each, totaling up to about $135,000 annually. Students must be enrolled full-time in the second year of study at an accredited dental school while maintaining a minimum 3.25 grade point average.
New for 2014: The minimum GPA is now 3.25/4.0 (previously 3.5/4.0). Also, the ADAF encourages up to five applications per school for the Underrepresented Minority Dental Student Scholarships (still one application per school for the general scholarships).
The ADAF Tarrson Award recognizes exemplary volunteer community service projects that are organized and/or conducted by a group of dental students enrolled in an accredited predoctoral dental education program. The ADA Foundation accepts one application from each accredited dental school with a predoctoral dental student group involved in an outreach program to vulnerable communities within the U.S.
New for 2014: Programs that have won a Tarrson Award in the last three calendar years were previously prohibited from applying, but now may re-apply. A dental school’s prior Tarrson Awards may be a factor considered by the Committee in selecting awardees.
Must be a graduate/postgraduate student studying history and philosophy of science and technology: information sciences and systems. Applicant must want to pursue research in history of computers and information processing. See website for application requirements.
Must be either a foreign student currently studying at a U.S. university or a U.S. student engaging in a study abroad program during the next academic year. Must demonstrate some proficiency in the local language if other than English.
AHRQ supports, through its small grant program, research undertaken as part of an academic program to qualify for a doctorate. To be eligible for a dissertation grant, you must be enrolled in a doctoral program which requires a dissertation based on original research in disciplines relevant to health services research. All requirements for the doctoral degree—other than the dissertation—must be completed by the time of the award.
Dissertation grant application receipt dates are May 1 and November 15, annually. If you think you may be interested in an AHRQ-supported dissertation grant, you are strongly encouraged to discuss your project with the AHRQ coordinator listed below before applying.
Must be a U.S. citizen only. Verifiable ethnic minority status as Black, Hispanic or Native American (American Indian, Eskimo, Hawaiian, or Samoan). Be a full-time student undergraduate or graduate degree candidate in geoscience, geochemistry, hydrology, meteorology, physical oceanography, planetary geology or earth science education.
The Foundation and the Technical Committees of AIAA annually present separate graduate student awards worth $5,000 and $10,000. The winners may have an opportunity to present their award-winning research at an AIAA Conference. The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Foundation, in conjunction with AIAA Technical Committees, is seeking applications for the AIAA Foundation Graduate Awards. These awards are intended for graduate-level students who indicate, by their approved department research, an interest in any of the areas listed. The purpose of this program is to provide awards to qualified students actively participating in these specific research endeavors as part of their graduate studies. These endeavors include master's or doctoral thesis research and master's non-thesis research options.
Must have completed at least one academic semester of full-time college work and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Must be planning to enter the field of science or engineering encompassed by the technical activities of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). Applicants may be of any nationality.
Must be a full-time graduate student pursuing courses of study and research leading to career in air quality, waste management, and/or environmental management/policy/law.
Grants for dependents of active duty or retired Air Force members. Must be high school senior accepted or enrolled as a full-time student. Must have 2.0 GPA.
The Air Force offers scholarships for Healthcare professionals in two-, three-,or four-year periods (depending on the program of study). This scholarship covers all tuition and required fees, including textbooks, small equipment items and supplies needed for study. You'll also receive a monthly allowance of approximately $2,157 for living expenses. While on scholarship you'll spend 45 days a year on active duty status in the Air Force and once you graduate ( or complete residency for medical school students) you'll serve active duty: one year of active duty for every year on scholarship (minimum 3-year).
Must be a son or daughter of medically retired, long-term disabled or deceased pilot members of the Airline Pilots Association. Applicant must be enrolled in a program that will result in a B.A
-Must be a full-time student
-Must demonstrate excellence in leadership, diversity, integrity, and academia.
The selection committee will also base its decisions on financial need, content of character and the candidates' potential to make an impact on his/her peers and community.
Every summer the AFSC provides exciting internship opportunities for matriculating undergraduates. our internship projects may take you to Alaska onboard a survey vessel or to San Miguel Island, CA to study California sea lion life history. Our projects may also place you in our laboratories to learn how we use genetic techiniques to study fish populations, or how to identify and differentiate larval fish. Multiple internship projects available per year.
Scholarship available for all future undergraduate students studying in the U.S.
-must be a U.S. citizen
-must submit app during fall semester of senior year of high school
-min gpa of 3.5
-community service and extra curricular activities expected
Applicants must be part of the gay, lesbian, bisexual community and attending a school within the boundaries of the state of Colorado or have a permanent mailing in Colorado.
Scholarship awards range from $1,000 to $10,000. This is a highly competitive program. In order to be eligible you must meet the following criteria:
- Hearing loss must have been diagnozed prior to acquiring spoken language
- Hearing loss must be bilateral and in the moderate to profound 60dB or greater in teh better hearing ear in the speech frequencies of 500, 1000 and 2000 Hz. Applicants with cochlear implants meet this eligibility requirement. Unilateral hearing loss does not qualify.
- Spoken communication must be the student's primary mode of communication
- Enrolled in or applied to a mainstream and accredited college/university as a full-time student.
- Applicants are eligible for one scholarship per school year and are limited to a total of two awards.
Must be accepted into or are pursuing an approved course of study to become a medical doctor (not pre-med) at an accredited medical school.
AlleyDog Psychology Scholarship awards one $1,000 prize each semester to the Psychology student who best explains how they'll put to use their knowledge of psychology.
You can write about any subject area within Psychology, such as clinical, social, counseling, forensic, etc. We suggest picking something really interests you.
You've got 1,000 words. Keep it short and sweet, but make it powerful and compelling.
College or university student in good standing at an accredited public or private university. (Please attach a copy of your unofficial transcript to your email in PDF format for verification.)
Must be enrolled in a psychology, behavioral health, or related program.
Student must be at least 18 years of age.
One entry per student per semester.
Please use email. The subject line should read "Scholarship Essay" and students should include their first and last name, email address, and phone number.
We love legible fonts, so please use Arial, Times New Roman or similar font.
Freud already wrote Dream Psychology, so please keep it under 1,000 words.
All students in grades 7-12 currently enrolled in a public or non-public school in the U.S., Canada, the U.S. territories, or U.S. sponsored schools abroad. Awards available in 10 writing categories and 16 art categories.
Hispanic college students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, U.S. territories and Puerto Rico pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) field major are invited to apply for a $2,000 one-time scholarship of which 25 will be awarded in the Spring of 2010.
Offers a $5000 scholarship. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Two short essays (50-200) words are required. See website for more information.
Various scholarships are offered to undergraduate and graduate students in any field of study based on merit, financial need, and community involvement. Applicants do not have to be a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority for most scholarships offered. There are different due dates for undergraduate and graduate students. See website for details.
Offers scholarships for individuals pursuing a career in the clinical laboratory sciences. Multiple scholarships offered. Must be a member of the American Society for Clinical laboratory science.
* Cumulative 3.0 GPA
* Undergraduate admitted to a degree granting program
* Enrolled for a minimum of 6 credit hours
* Resident of Colorado for tuition purposes
* Demonstrate financial need
Continuing graduate student in the College of Architecture and Planning enrolled in at least three graduate level credit hours per semester, classified as a Colorado resident for tuition purposes.
|Spring 11-Open 10/8 and due 11/8; Fall 2011/2012 Open 12/1 and due 4/1|
Only accepting applications in April for this scholarship
Awards $1,000 in the Spring and Fall semesters upon verification of the recipient's continuing eligibility
* Admitted to the US Denver in a graduate degree-granting program in the SHED
* Enrolled for a minimum of three (3) credit hours per semester
* Colorado resident
* Registered as a United States Citizen
* GPA of 3.3 or better
* Cover letter addresses financial need by addressing work, family, and other special circumstances
Recipient will be given a $1,000 award for both fall and spring semesters upon verification of the recipient's continuing eligibility.
This scholarship is $3000 for both Fall and Spring semesters upon verification of the recipient's continuing eligibility. To be awarded to students who are enrolled in a minimum of 3 credit hours per semester, must have a minimum 3.3 cumulative GPA average, and must be classified as a resident of Colorado for tuition purposes.
This award offers fellowship and internship programs including an internship for pre-service K-12 math and science teachers.
Applicants must be enrolled as college or university students (at least in their senior year of undergraduate study) — or have completed a degree — in the natural, physical, health, engineering, computer, or social sciences or mathematics in order to apply. Graduate and doctoral students are welcome to apply. Applicants must apply for the summer fellowship within one year after graduation or defense of their thesis.
Successful applicants will attend an orientation at AAAS headquarters at the beginning of the summer and a wrap-up session at the end of the summer. They will prepare reports on the progress of their fellowships throughout their placement.
Must be a high school junior with a minimum GPA of 2.75 for grades 9 and 10. The award is based on academics, special talents, leadership, obstacles overcome, unique endeavors and community service.
Applicants must be recommended by the chair of the school of education in which the applicant is enrolled. Only one applicant per institution can be recommended. Must intend to pursue the public school superintendence as a career.
Career Development Grants support women who hold a bachelor's degree and are preparing to advance their careers, change careers, or re-enter the work force. Special consideration is given to women of color, and women pursuing their first advanced degree or credentials in nontraditional fields.
Grants provide support for course work beyond a bachelor's degree, including a master's degree, second bachelor's degree, or specialized training in technical or professional fields. Funds are available for distance learning. Course work must be taken at an accredited two- or four-year college or university in the United States, or at a technical school that is fully licensed or accredited by the U.S. Department of Education. Funds are not available for PhD-level work.
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Community Action grants provide funds to individuals, AAUW branches and AAUW state organizations as well as local community-based nonprofit organizations for innovative programs or non-degree research projects that promote education and equity for women and girls.
ONE-YEAR GRANTS ($2,000-$7,000 over one year)
One-year grants provide seed money for new projects. Topic areas are unrestricted, but should include a clearly defined activity that promotes education and equity for women and girls.
TWO-YEAR GRANTS ($5,000-$10,000 over two years)
Two-year grants provide start-up funds for longer-term programs that address the particular needs of the community and develop girls' sense of efficacy through leadership or advocacy opportunities. Topic areas are unrestricted, but should include a clearly defined activity that promotes education and equity for women and girls
Applicants must be women who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Nonprofit organizations must be based in the United States. Grant projects must have direct public impact, be nonpartisan, and take place within the United States or its territories.
Must be a woman of a national of any country except the U.S. pursuing a graduate degree. Must be admitted to an accredited college or university with a record of civic or community involvement concerning women. Also must have intent to return to home country and have the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree.
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Selected Professions Fellowships are awarded to women who intend to pursue a full-time course of study at accredited U.S. institutions during the fellowship year in one of the designated degree programs where women's participation traditionally has been low (see list on site). Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Must be a resident of Douglas County, Colorado. If you are over the age of 25 must be currently attending an accredited Colorado institution of higher education. If you are under the age of 25 must have completed two years and be currently attending an accredited Colorado institution of higher education. Applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
College bound or college enrolled students that meet all of the following eligibility requirements should consider applying:
1. Diagnosed with cancer before the age of 21
2. Age 25 or younger at the time of application
3. U.S. citizen
4. A resident of Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington or Wyoming
5. Have a 2.5 GPA or above
6. Accepted without condition to an accredited university, college, community college or vocational technical school
7 .Must become a full time student at an accredited university, college, community college or vocational technical school in the upcoming academic year
All applicants must be U.S. citizens or residents (a photocopy of the “Green Card” with alien number will be required) and either African American, Hispanic/Latino/a or Native American. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit, financial need and for students who are enrolled or planning to enroll in chemistry, biochemistry, chemical engineering or chemically related field. Students must be interested in careers in these fields.
The ACMPE Scholarship Fund Inc. supports and promotes healthcare leaders' personal and professional growth toward the advancement of the profession. The program supports individuals who, by virtue of experience, current position and plans demonstrate potential for contributing to the medical practice management profession. See website for more information and eligibility criteria.
For full time students in ABET-accredited engineering or surveying programs in Colorado, preparing to enter their junior, senior, or 5th year the fall of 2009. Call 303.832.2200 or visit www.acec-co.org/education
for criteria and qualifications as well as an application form.
This scholarship awards 25 scholarships up to $10,000 to legally blind US citizens or resident aliens they accept into post-secondary programs. They award the scholarship in several categories. Students with a 3.3 GPA or above are generally given preference.
Must be completing at least their first year of dental hygiene school, have a minimum GPA of 3.0, and be active in the Student American Dental Hygienists’ Association or the American Dental Hygienists’ Association. Need to complete FAFSA.
For research programs in promoting dental hygiene. Awards range from $1,000 to $10,000 for group projects, with a $5,000 cap for individual projects.
Must be a member of the association, and be a junior or a senior in a baccalaureate degree program. Awards range from $500 to $3000. Over 200 awards in 2007. Requirements vary.
Must be a child of an AFSA member in good standing and attending college for the first time during 2003.
Must be a U.S. citizen, an undergraduate or graduate student who is legally blind, of good character, have exhibited academic excellence and studying in the field of
rehabilitation and/or education of persons who are blind or visually impaired.
Must be female, legally blind, enrolled in a four-year undergraduate program in
literature or music and a U.S. citizen. A performance tape (not to exceed 30 minutes) or creative writing samples are required.
Must be an undergraduate or graduate student, legally blind and studying in the field of rehabilitation and/or education of persons who are blind or visually impaired.
Galvanize the Future scholarship essay contest is available to full or part-time undergraduate and graduate students of any age enrolled in an accredited 4-year college or university in North America. Qualifying majors include architecture, civil and structural engineering, construction management and materials science. Access the website for contest rules and further information.
Three scholarships are awarded annually ($2,500; $1,500; and $1,000) for the top essays submitted.
Must be U.S. citizen with verifiable ethnic-minority status. Must be a full-time student enrolled in the geosciences: geology, geophysics, geochemistry, hydrology, meteorology, physical oceanography, planetary geology or earth-science education.
There are a variety of scholarships available for high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in a ground water related field.
Awarded to graduating high school seniors who will be majoring in American History. Please email your full name, address, telephone number and scholarship application for which you are applying at the email provided below.
Academic Scholarships are for students interested in hotel/restaurant management, culinary arts, travel/tourism, or hotel administration.
Professional Development Scholarships are for hotel personnel who want to advance their knowledge or skill set.
Must be American Indian/Alaskan Native attending one of the participating colleges or a tribal institution. Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
Various scholarships are awarded to American Indian/Alaska Native undergraduate and graduate students with proof of descendancy. See the various deadlines and eligibility requirements on website.
Must be an enrolled member of federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native group and must apply for financial aid at campus financial aid office. Must be pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree as a full-time student at an accredited graduate school in the U.S.
Sponsors the Miss Indian USA competition whose winner gains scholarship money for school. Must be U.S. citizen, Native American (submit a copy of the DCIB card or a letter of sponsorship from a tribe), between the age of 18-26, and a high school graduate. Must not have been married or co-habitated or have been pregnant.
Open to American Indian students who are residents of the State of Colorado, and who will be or who are attending an accredited college, university or trade school in the State of Colorado. Scholarships are given for a maximum of one full academic year per award. Students are eligible to apply for the scholarship every year of full-time attendance. Students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA in order to remain eligible.
The American Indian Scholarship is open to Native American undergraduate and graduate students. You must have a minimum 2.75 GPA, demonstrate financial need and have proof of your American Indian heritage to be considered for this award. Preference is given to undergraduate students.
A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship Program
Must be an undergraduate or graduate student, major in areas of engineering, natural resources, medicine, math or the sciences. Proof of Tribal enrollment is required.
Must be a member of AISES.
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation
Must show proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe and must reside in
AZ, CO, KS, MN, MT, ND, NM, OK, SD, WA, or CA. Must be a high school senior with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and plan on majoring in math, science, engineering, technology, physical science, medicine, natural resources or business.
Must be a member of AISES.
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A variety of High School, Freshman, Undegraduate, Graduate, Fellowship, and Intern programs are available to those interested in, pursuing, or having recently entered into Architectual fields of study and work.
Scholarship Overview: The John L. Carey Scholarship provides financial assistance to liberal arts and other non-business related degree holders who are pursuing graduate studies in accounting and the CPA licensure. Funded by an endowment of the AICPA Foundation, these awards are intended to encourage students with little or no previous accounting education to consider professional accounting careers.
Background: This scholarship was created with contributions from members of the accounting profession in honor of John Carey upon his retirement in 1969. During his 40-year tenure at the AICPA, he served as administrative vice president, executive director, and as editor and publisher of the Journal of Accountancy. Mr. Carey spent the majority of his career serving the accounting profession and made it a priority to encourage outstanding students to become CPAs. Recipients are given financial assistance for the pursuit of graduate accounting study.
Award Amount: $5,000 per recipient for one year. Payments are sent directly to the school for credit to the account of the student.
Deadline: April 1, 2011
Number of Recipients: 10 students per academic year
Selection Process: A task force will review all qualified applications and select up to ten scholarship recipients based on academic achievement, leadership, and future career interests in accounting. All applicants will be notified by mail of the final selection by August 1.
A student must meet the following requirements to be eligible for this program:
1. I will have obtained a liberal arts or other non-business related undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution in the United States prior to enrolling in my graduate accounting program.
2. I did not earn more than 12 credits in accounting or business during my undergraduate program.
3. I have been accepted to, or am in the process of applying to, a graduate program in accounting that is accredited by AACSB International or ACBSP. Successful completion of this program will enable me to sit for the CPA exam. (Students who are already actively participating in a graduate accounting program are not eligible for this scholarship.)
4. I intend to pursue the CPA licensure.
5. I will be a full-time graduate (9 semester hours or equivalent) student for fall 2011 and spring 2012.
6. I am a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (green card holder).
There are various scholarships available that have relatives that have served in the armed forces and/or members of the American Legion Auxiliary.
Must be under the age of 20 and presently be enrolled in high school or junior high school in which the curriculum is considered to be of high school level, commencing with grade 9 and terminating with grade 12.
Applicant must be enrolled in an accredited college or university and their course of study must lead to a career in a discipline certified by the American Medical Technologist.
The American Meteorological Society administers an array of graduate fellowships and undergraduate scholarships with the support of its members, corporations, and government agencies nationwide. The fellowships and scholarships help further the education of outstanding graduate and undergraduate students pursuing a career in the atmospheric and related oceanic or hydrologic sciences.
There are many different awards and the criteria differs. Refer to website for further information.
Must be a minority student who has been traditionally underrepresented in the sciences. Applicant must be entering their freshman year of college and plan to pursue a career in the atmospheric or related oceanic and hydrologic sciences.
U.S. and non-U.S. applicants must be ANS student members enrolled in and attending an accredited institution in the United States. Academic accomplishments must be confirmed by transcript. All scholarships (except the Landis Scholarships and the Delayed Education Scholarship for Women) can be applied for on one form. (A separate form must be completed for the other two scholarships.) Deadline for all entries is February 1, or April 1 for the Incoming Freshman Scholarship
There are a variety of scholarships available for minority students who are pursuing a degree in physical therapy.
Awards will be made to students enrolled in a approved Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) college or university. See website for more details.
The APSA offers several different awards. The requirements for each vary. Check the website for more info on the awards.
Graduate students enrolled in an interim master's program or doctoral program are eligible to apply. If a student is currently enrolled in a terminal master's program, the student must intend to enroll in a PhD program. Special attention will be given to applications from students who, at the time of application, are within the first two years of graduate study in psychology. The purpose of the scholarship program is to assist graduate students of psychology with research costs associated with the master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation. The American Psychological Association Science Directorate administers the granting of the scholarships.
Each graduate department of psychology that is a member of COGDOP may submit nominations. The number of candidates that each member department is allowed to nominate depends upon the total number of students enrolled in the graduate program. Departments that have 100 or fewer students enrolled in their graduate programs may nominate one (1) candidate; departments that have 101-200 graduate students enrolled may nominate up to two (2) candidates; and departments that have more than 200 graduate students enrolled may nominate up to three (3) candidates. NOTE: nominees must be currently enrolled in the graduate program at the time grants are awarded.
This foundation offers various scholarship awards to undergraduate or higher course of study in electronics, communications and related fields.
Applicants must have a well-defined research or study project that makes a stay in Scandinavia essential.
Must be United States citizens or permanent residents
Must have completed their undergraduate education by the start of their project in Scandinavia
Offers Grants for individuals pursuing a career in the clinical laboratory sciences. Multiple grants offered with differing requirements ($300-$5000). Must be a member of the American Society for Clinical laboratory science.
This awards a variety of fellowships and grants for students in engineering related fields. See website for more information.
ASCE offers several scholarships to engineering students. See website to view all scholarships available, requirements, and applications.
The American Sociological Association offers several different grants and fellowships. Reference website for more infomation on individual awards.
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FAD awards provide scholars with small grants ($7,000 maximum) for innovative research that has the potential for challenging the discipline, stimulating new lines of research, and creating new networks of scientific collaboration. The award is intended to provide opportunities for substantive and methodological breakthroughs, broaden the dissemination of scientific knowledge, and provide leverage for acquisition of additional research funds.
The awards are limited to individuals with PhD degrees or the equivalent. While ASA membership is not a criterion for applying or being selected for this grant, preference given to those who have not received the grant before.
Multiple scholarships for individuals studying and/or committed to research in the areas of audiology, speech-language pathology, and communication disorders.
Must be a high school sophomore, junior, or senior. Submit your high school transcripts along with an essay on “ Why I deserve the American Spirit Publishing Scholarship”. Mail entry.
Must be a high school senior who is the child of an American Veteran or a former Veteran. Must demonstrate academic achievement, financial need, be an U.S. citizen, and be involved in extracurricular activities.
This award is for female students who are high school seniors and plan to study science in the next academic year may apply. Applicants must plan to attend a college or university in the U.S.. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.75 and a score of at least 1200 on SAT and 25 on ACT.
This award is for female students who are enrolled in a behavioral, life, physical, or social science or engineering program leading to a Ph.D. degree.
*NO AWARDS WILL BE GIVEN IN 2011*