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Amount:
$1000
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
October 1st
The Texas Garden Clubs, Inc. gives annual scholarships to Texas resident students who are college-level juniors or above. The applicant must have at least a 3.25 GPA and be majoring in a field of horticulture. The fields of horticulture included are floriculture, landscape design, horticulture, botany, biology, plant pathology, forestry, agronomy, environmental concerns, Urban Development, land and water management, Park Management and other allied subjects.
Contact:
Freda Martin, Chairman V. P. Scholarships 6891 County Road 378 Caldwell, Texas 77836-6685 (979) 272-8856 freda1956@tconline.net texasgardenclubs.org
Amount:
$5000-$22,000 per year x 4 years
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
October 15 (Nomination Deadline) December 1 (Application Deadline)
To be considered for the Meyerhoff Scholars Program, prospective students must have at least a "B" average in high school science or math courses, and many applicants have completed a year or more of calculus. Preference is given to those who have taken advanced placement courses in math and science, have research experience, and have strong references from science or math instructors. In recent years, a strong preference has been given to those students interested in the Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. (over the M.D.). Students must meet all eligibility requirements: Minimum of 600 on the Math component of the SAT or a composite score of 24 on the ACT, Cumulative High School GPA of a 3.0 or above Aspire to obtain a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. in Math, Science, Computer Science, or Engineering. Display commitment to community service. Must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
Contact:
Nominators and applicants with questions should contact the Meyerhoff Program (meyerhoff@umbc.edu) for additional information. The Meyerhoff Scholars Program office is located in UMBC's Sherman Hall, Room 218 (B-Wing). Please feel free to contact a member of our staff for more information about the program. Phone: 410-455-3139 Email: meyerhoff@umbc.edu Mailing Address: UMBC Meyerhoff Scholars Program 1000 Hilltop Circle Sherman Hall, Room 218 Baltimore, MD 21250 umbc.edu/meyerhoff/
Amount:
PAID Summer internship followed by a US$6,000 one-year scholarship.
Awards:
Up to 30
Deadline:
October 31st
Students in the following engineering/engineering technology majors may apply: metallurgy, materials science, electrical, mechanical, chemical, industrial, environmental, computer science and safety. Applications will be accepted from university freshmen, sophomore and junior applicants, and seniors planning to attend graduate school. Applicant must be enrolled full-time in a four-year undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited North American university. Applicant should have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Application, essay and recommendation letters should express a strong interest in the iron and steel industry. %u200BApplicant must be a citizen of a NAFTA country (USA, Canada, Mexico).
Contact:
186 THORN HILL ROAD WARRENDALE, PA 15086-7528 USA PH: 1.724.814.3000 FAX: 1.724.814.3001 https://www.aist.org/students-faculty/scholarships/steel-internships-and-scholarships
Amount:
PAID Summer internship followed by a US$6,000 one-year scholarship.
Awards:
30
Deadline:
October 31
Students in the following engineering/engineering technology majors may apply: metallurgy, materials science, electrical, mechanical, chemical, industrial, environmental, computer science and safety. Applications will be accepted from university freshmen, sophomore and junior applicants and for seniors planning to attend graduate school. Applicant must be enrolled full-time in a four-year undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited North American university. Applicant should have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. Application, essay and recommendation letters should express a strong interest in the iron and steel industry. Applicant must be a citizen of a NAFTA country (USA, Canada, Mexico)
Contact:
Association for Iron & Steel Technology 186 Thorn Hill Road Warrendale, PA 15086-7528 Phone: (724) 814-3000 Fax: (724) 814-3001 Contact Person: Lori Wharrey E-mail: lwharrey@aist.org Phone: (724) 814-3044 Website: www.aistfoundation.org
Amount:
$1000-$50,000
Awards:
150
Deadline:
October 31
There are 3 types of available scholarships: academic, merit and STEM. Please see website for specific eligibility requirements.
Amount:
Orangesoft
Awards:
1
Deadline:
October 31
To apply for the scholarship, you must meet the following criteria: Be a student who is currently studying at or has been accepted to an accredited college or university in the United States. Be currently enrolled in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) degree-granting program OR demonstrate plans to pursue a career in the field of technology after graduation. Identify as a woman. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. To apply, you need to write an essay on the topic and submit it via an application form on the Orangesoft website. An essay(500 words, on average) must be on the following topic: The woman in tech who inspires you and why? What have you done or plan to do to become the next big name in the tech industry?
Contact:
scholarship@orangesoft.co. https://orangesoft.co/scholarship
Amount:
$2000
Awards:
300
Deadline:
November 10
Requirements are listed on https://www.societyforscience.org/regeneron-sts/application-requirements/.
Amount:
$2,000 - $250,000
Awards:
300
Deadline:
November 13
Interested students must meet all of the eligibility requirements listed below in order to apply to Regeneron STS. 1. Applicants must: a. be over 13 years of age and have legal parental or guardian consent to submit the application and participate, OR b. be 18 years of age or older, OR c. be an emancipated minor. 2. On the application deadline, applicants must be: a. A student (of any citizenship) who is enrolled in and attending the 12th grade/their last year of secondary school (public, private, parochial, or home school) in the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Wake and Midway Islands, or the Marianas, OR b. A United States citizen enrolled in their final year of secondary school on the application deadline date attending a: i. Department of Defense Dependents School or an accredited overseas American or International School, OR ii. foreign school as an exchange student, OR iii. foreign school because his/her parent(s) are temporarily working and living abroad. c. Proof of citizenship and school accreditation is required for 1b (above). 3. Applicants must be completing high school courses required for college applications, must not have graduated from high school before the Regeneron STS application deadline, and must not have entered any previous STS. 4. Applicants must complete individual research projects to enter Regeneron STS; research conducted as part of a pre-collegiate student team project is not eligible for Regeneron STS. This includes any research or portion of research regardless of whether it has or will be submitted to any competition. To remain eligible and collect Regeneron STS awards, the following statements must remain true about the submitted research project until June 1, 2020: a. Students may not split a team project and enter it in Regeneron STS as individuals. Students also may not within the time between submission to Regeneron STS in November 2019 and May 2020 combine individual research submitted to Regeneron STS and present it as a team in competition, publications or any forum. b. Research conducted alongside adult researchers in a research institution is permitted, but clarity and adequate knowledge of an individual's role and independence vs. work being done by the collective laboratory throughout the application is vital. Consideration should be given to the extent to which the research qualifies as independent research, given the student and adult responsibilities. 5. Sons and daughters of Society for Science & the Public employees, Trustees, Regeneron Science Talent Search evaluators or judges are not eligible to enter the Regeneron Science Talent Search.
Amount:
$1,500 per student
Awards:
5 scholarships available
Deadline:
December 01
Graduate student in any STEM program or related sub-program Must be currently working in a lab in your respective field of study Intend to continue your career after graduation in your current field of study or related Not currently a faculty member of the university Have not received this Excedr scholarship previously Agree that the scholarship award money ($1,500 per student) will be used to cover the cost of tuition and other related fees and that the funds will be paid directly to the university for the winning student's exclusive use in the degree-granting program Agree to the rules and privacy and confidentiality guidelines
Contact:
info@excedr.com Read the guidelines and submit your application and essay using this page: https://www.excedr.com/scholarship/
Amount:
up to $42,000: a 12-month stipend of $30,000, in addition to an annual cost-of-education allowance of up to $12,000; and up to $10,000 support for a four to six week research collaboration at a NOAA facility. A maximum of $94,000 may be provided to masters students (up to 2 years of support and one research collaboration opportunity) and up to $188,000 may be provided to doctoral students (up to 4 years of support and two research collaboration opportunities).
Awards:
Varies
Deadline:
December 3 Applications for the 2021 Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program, administered by the NOAA Office of National Marine Sanctuaries, will not be accepted this year due to continuing uncertainty over the COVID-19 national health crisis and its impact on field research operations. Since the pandemic began, NOAA has restricted field research activities across the National Marine Sanctuary System out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our staff and their families, volunteers, and visitors. NOAA plans to announce a decision about the 2022 Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program in Fall 2021.
United States citizens, permanent residents or a citizen of a U.S. territory that are attending U.S. accredited institutions and are pursuing an advanced degree in oceanography, marine biology, maritime archaeology, and all science, engineering, social science, and resource management disciplines involving ocean and coastal areas are eligible to apply for the Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program. Women and members of minority groups are particularly encouraged to apply. If you are pursuing a degree in one of the three eligible degree fields at a foreign institution, you are NOT eligible to apply for the Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program.