Deadline: February 28, 2013
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP) offers competitive scholarships to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. The program offers:
- Scholarship support
- Paid research training at the NIH during the summer
- Paid employment and training at the NIH after graduation
You must meet all of these requirements in order to be eligible for admission into the UGSP.
- U.S.A. citizen or U.S.A. permanent resident
- Enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full-time student at an accredited 4-year undergraduate institution located in the United States of America
- Undergraduate University Grade Point Average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0-point scale or within the top 5 percent of your class
- Having ‘Exceptional Financial Need’ as certified by your undergraduate institution financial aid office
Deadline: January 4, 2013
The U.S. Department of Energy seeks students and post-graduates for the DOE Scholars Program in the following disciplines:
- Physical Sciences
- Environmental Sciences
- Computer Science and Information Technology
- Program Management
- Safety and Health
- Accounting and Finance
- and other related areas
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Gilman Scholarship Program, we are proud to announce the launch of our updated application system. We anticipate this will streamline the application process. One of the most important additions is that all applicants can now upload their transcripts for review. Please encourage your students to seek your guidance and utilize all available Gilman resources. For more information about the Gilman Scholarship please visit the Gilman website at www.iie.org/gilman.
Applications are due March 5, 2013.
For students applying for any academic term (Academic Year, Fall, Spring or Summer) please find the eligibility requirements below:
- Enrolled as an undergraduate student at a two or four-year U.S. Institution
- United States citizen
- Receiving a Federal Pell Grant at the time of application or during the term of study abroad
- Participating in a study abroad program that is no less than four weeks (28 days) in one country and no more than an academic year
- Receiving academic credit
- Study in any country not currently under a U.S. State Department Travel Warning or Cuba
For more information, please contact the International Programs Office in Hill Hall 105 and the appropriate person below:
Deadline: December 5, 2012
- Students must attend a fully accredited U.S. college or university (located in the U.S. or its territories) for their last two years of undergraduate studies during the fellowship period.
- Students must also be citizens of the U.S. or its territories or possessions, or be lawfully admitted to the U.S. for permanent residence. Resident aliens must include their green card number in their application (you must have your green card at the time of application to be eligible for this Fellowship opportunity). EPA may verify this number with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service of the Department of Homeland Security.
- The GRO Undergraduate Fellowship is intended for students entering their last two years of study before obtaining their first bachelor’s degree. Students who have already earned one bachelor’s degree and are pursuing additional degrees are not eligible. The fellowship tenure is for two academic years (9 months each) with a required paid internship during the summer after the first year. Thus, only students who will be entering their last two years of college will be considered eligible.
- Students must have at least a “B” average overall at the time of application submittal and during the tenure of the fellowship.
- During the tenure of the fellowship, students must attend a fully accredited four year U.S. institution of higher education. These schools must be listed as not highly funded for research and development capacity. For the purposes of this solicitation, EPA considers students attending those institutions identified as receiving more than $35 million in annual federal research and development funding in the National Science Foundation’s publication “Federal Science and Engineering Support to Universities, Colleges, and Nonprofit Institutions: FY 2008,” Table 12, column 2, as ineligible under this solicitation. Students attending those institutions either not listed, or listed as having received $35 million or less as designated in column 2 of Table 12 are eligible to apply. These data can be found at: Federal Science and Engineering Support to Universities, Colleges, and Nonprofit Institutions: Fiscal Year 2008 (PDF) (309 pp, 1.74 MB).
- At the time of application submittal, students attending two-year institutions or community colleges, as well as students not in attendance at an institution of higher education may be eligible to apply. However, in order to receive the fellowship, students attending two-year institutions or community colleges or students not in attendance at the time of application will need to show evidence of having received their Associate’s degree, and will need to demonstrate that they only have two years left of undergraduate studies for completion of the Bachelor’s degree, and that they have been accepted to attend an accredited eligible four year institution. This requirement is considered satisfied if the student is transferring to an accredited eligible four-year institution which has an Articulation Agreement with the two-year institution, thus meaning that all credits will transfer towards requirements for the Bachelor’s degree. See Section III.A. Eligible Applicants below.
Deadline: November 2, 2012
Teach For America corps members commit to teach for two years in low-income communities, then go on as alumni to lead efforts to change the face of public education.
In order to apply to Teach For America, you must satisfy the following prerequisites:
- You hold a bachelor’s degree by the first day of your assigned summer institute
- Your undergraduate cumulative GPA is at least 2.50 on a 4.00 scale
- You have US citizenship or national/permanent resident status
Deadline: November 28, 2012
The award provides funding for tuition, room and board, required fees, and books. Scholarship amounts vary based on several factors, including cost at the institution each recipient attends and other grants and scholarships the student receives.Students interested in the program must be nominated by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Faculty Representative at their school, and may not apply directly to the Foundation. Each college or university may nominate up to two students to be considered for this award.