Science Scholarships

Author: Carla Abraham

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (90 votes, average: 4.50 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

Find your scholarships:

First 10 Science scholarships:
Chinese American Medical Society Scholarships
 
Amount:
Varies
Awards:
between 3-5
Deadline:
Apr 30
Open to first, second, or third year medical and dental students attending a U. S. medical or dental school. Two slots will be for students who show merits and also financial hardship. To apply for this category, you must include a letter stating your financial problems and a letter from your dean or teacher to corroborate your claim. Supporting documents needed to complete application: * Letter from the Dean of Students verifying good standing. * Two letters of recommendation. * Applicant's personal statement (including career goals). * Applicant's current vitae (be sure to include education, research activities if any, employment and extracurricular activities. Credit will be given to those with research projects relating to health care of the Chinese.)
Contact:
Jerry Huo, M. D., Chairman CAMS Scholarship Committee 41 Elizabeth Street, Suite 403 New York, New York 10013 Tel: (212) 334-4760 Please direct all inquiries to Dr. Huo: jhuo@camsociety.org
Harriett G. Jenkins Pre-doctoral Fellowship Program (JPFP)
 
Amount:
Tuition/Stipend Support: $8500 Tuition Offset Annual Stipend $22,000 Ph.D. Fellows, $16,000 Masters Fellows * Center-based Research Experience: $7000 stipend for 10 week research experience * Professional Development Annual Symposium Leadership Development Training * Cohort Collaborative Community Networking Peer-to-Peer Mentoring o Alumni Advocacy
Awards:
20
Deadline:
May 01
Open to U.S. citizens, including residents of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and other U.S. territories. Note: Permanent residents and non-US citizens are ineligible for the JPFP.Eligible Institutions: Accredited, U.S. Institution (i.e., Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, Tribal Colleges and Universities, Majority Institutions, and Other Minority Serving Institutions). Minimum 3.00 on a 4.00 grading scale * Must be a member of an underrepresented group, which includes women, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities majoring in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) discipline. Note: Detailed ethnicity definitions are posted on FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS on the UNCFSP Registration System. * Must either be within the first 3 years of a graduate program at an accredited, U.S. university OR be in the process of applying to an accredited STEM graduate program. Note: Persons who have advanced to doctoral candidacy are in-eligible.Non-Degree or special status students who are enrolled in masters or doctoral level courses are ineligible. * Cannot participate in any other federally-funded fellowship or scholarship program. * Fellows are required to be enrolled as a full-time student. Although the fellowship is not renewable during the three-year period, the availability of support for subsequent years is 1) subject to availability of funds and 2) contingent upon certification to NASA by the fellows institution that the fellow is making satisfactory academic progress toward an advanced degree
Contact:
Sheryl Karpowicz, Project Manager, Phone: (703) 205-7625; Email: sheryl.karpowicz@uncfsp.org Apply to NASA student opportunities at: http://intern.nasa.gov
The CSB Giving Circle for African American Students
 
Amount:
Up to $5000 for educational expenses
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 01
Open to African-American Baltimore City students. Applicants must have graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and must be majoring in engineering, the sciences, mathematics or technology. Preference will be given to African-American males who are attending public Maryland colleges or universities. You are, or have been accepted as, a full time student at any accredited college, university or vocational school in the United States. Minimum GPA of at least 2.0. Established permanent residency within the State of Maryland for at least one full year before entering a post-secondary program. Students who have established permanent residency within 200 miles of Baltimore, MD may be eligible for our interest-free loan program only. Adjusted gross income of less than $90,000. Parental income for single, graduate students will be evaluated on an individual basis.You have applied for Federal, State and school financial aid. You do not have to take an unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan or a Parent-Plus loan to be eligible.You are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Contact:
Central Scholarship Bureau 1700 Reisterstown Road, Suite 220 Baltimore, MD 21208 Telephone: 410.415.5558 Facsimile: 410.415.5501 Email: contact@centralsb.org
Women in Federal Law Enforcement (WIFLE) Foundation
 
Amount:
$2500
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 1
Open to women who physically attend an accredited four-year college or university or who attend an accredited 2-year college and who plan on transferring to a 4-year college or university. Must have completed a minimum of one year of academic work. Major in Criminal Justice or a related discipline such as social sciences, public administration, computer science, finance, linguistic arts, chemistry, physics, etc., leading to a four-year degree. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Demonstrate community involvement. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Have at least one community leader or member of a community or police official sponsor their application with a written statement of support.
Contact:
WIFLE 2200 Wilson Blvd. Suite 102, PMB-204 Arlington, VA 22201-3324 703-548-9211 www.wifle.org
MIRANT/USHYEE Educational Grant
 
Amount:
5000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
May 16
Applicants must be Maryland Hispanic high school students with a minimum 2.75 GPA who demonstrate a desire to pursue undergraduate study in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics related fields. The $5,000 scholarship is dispersed to the student in four annual $1,250 increments. Preference for USHYEE scholarship recipients are selected from a Maryland students who attend USHYEE programs and that are nominated by adults directly involved in the student's life. They are chosen based on their outstanding academic performance, leadership, and activities in the classroom and the community.
Contact:
U. S. Hispanic Youth Entrepreneur Education 601 Alluvion Street Baltimore, Maryland 21230 O (443) 552-0088 F (866) 405-7657 info@ushyee.org As of November 1st, Our New Phone # is 888 800 9779
Nuvation Engineering Scholarship New!
 
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
1
Deadline:
May 31
Open to undergraduate students interested in science or engineering, who are entering or enrolled in an accredited program in the U.S. or Canada.
Contact:
Email your application to scholarships@nuvation.com as a .pdf file Read more: www.nuvation.com/nuvation-scholarship#ixzz2v131TzUU
New Look Laser Tattoo Removal Scholarship
 
Amount:
$1000
Awards:
2 per year
Deadline:
June 30 and November 30
Bi-annual scholarship. Merit-based scholarship for students pursuing higher education with an emphasis in one of the following fields: nursing, medicine, natural or applied sciences, or engineering. Applicant will need to describe the technology or innovation they wish existed today.
Contact:
Send completed application to Ms. Shirley Lucier, Scholarship Coordinator. Email: Email Scholarship Coordinator Mail: Shirley Lucier, Scholarship Coordinator New Look Laser Tattoo Removal 1770 St. James Place, Suite 105 Houston, TX 77056 Website: www.newlookhouston.com
The Development Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology (DFBSST) Scholarships
 
Amount:
Up to $2000 x 4 years
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
Jun 30
* African-American, undergraduate student majoring (or intending to major) in a technical field of study (i.e., engineering, math, science, etc.), * Be enrolled (or identify his or her intention to enroll) at a participating predominantly Black college or university, and * Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Contact:
DFBSST 2705 Bladensburg Road, NE Washington, DC 20018 Tel: (202) 635-3604 E-mail: dfbsst_info@dlhjr.com Url: dfbsst.dlhjr.com/dfb_con.html
FeMET Design Grant Program Ferrous Metallurgy Education Today [FeMET]
 
Amount:
Up to $50,000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
June 30
The American Iron and Steel Institute and the Association for Iron and Steel Technology Foundation have joined together to create the Ferrous Metallurgy Education Today (FeMET) Initiative to increase the number of students studying metallurgy and materials science in North America, and to increase the number of such students electing to pursue careers in the iron and steel industry upon graduation. The Design Grant Program is one component of the FeMET Initiative.
Contact:
Association for Iron & Steel Technology 186 Thorn Hill Road Warrendale, PA 15086-7528 Phone: (724) 814-3000 Fax: (724) 814-3001 Website: www.aistfoundation.org Questions about the curriculum development program and/or proposal process should be directed to Lori Wharrey at lwharrey@aist.org or 1. 724 . 814 . 3044 .
Thermo Scientific Pierce Scholarship
 
Amount:
$5000-$10,000
Awards:
6
Deadline:
August 1
Candidate must be enrolled as a graduate or undergraduate student at an accredited college or university for the 2013-2014 Spring semester - Candidate must have a declared major of Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry or a related life science field - Graduate students must have received an accumulative undergraduate GPA of a minimum of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale - Graduate students should be maintaining a GPA of Minimum 3.0 on a 4.0 scale during Graduate School - Sophomores and Juniors must have an accumulative college GPA of a minimum of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale - Freshman must have an accumulative high school GPA of a minimum of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale - Candidates must complete an application and submit unofficial transcripts (if selected, an official transcript will be required)
Contact:
Thermo Fisher Scientific Attn: Scholarship Reference 3734 N. Meridian Rd Rockford, IL 61107 or via email to PierceScholarship@thermofisher.com Website: www.pierce-antibodies.com