Science Technologies Scholarships
Here are some of the Science Technologies scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
This grant is designed to support highly promising beginning scientists in their progress toward independence; bridges the gap between completion of research training and readiness for competition as an independent investigator. - 4-year project and salary support for MD's, PhD's, DO's or persons with equivalent doctoral degrees - U.S. citizen or permanent resident - $65,000 annually for salary, fringe benefits, indirect costs, and project costs (at least $35,000 for project support) - Applications may be submitted for reveiw in final year of postdoctoral research fellowship or in initial years of first faculty appointment - Applicants cannot hold or have held any other national award
Although this scholarship is open to anyone seeking a higher education, special consideration will be give to anyone pursuing a degree in entomology or a related field. Visit our website for requirements and to fill out the scholarship form.
Undergraduate scholarship for student who have completed two or more years in a course of study leading to a degree in nuclear science, nuclear engineering, or a nuclear-related field.
The eligibility requirements are as follows:
You must be an ANS student member (U.S. or non-U.S. citizen) attending a qualified university in the United States.
Completed application with a grade transcript, and three confidential reference forms must be received by February 1.
If you feel that you qualify, please fill out the application and mail to the Scholarship Coordinator. The address is found on the application. If you have any questions, please call 708-352-6611, fax to 708-352-8238, or submit them via e-mail to the Outreach Department.
The Recycling Research Foundation (RRF) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization closely associated with the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, Inc. (ISRI). The foundation’s mission is to “promote the art and science of scrap processing and recycling through research, sponsorships, technical assistance, and educational programs for the purpose of advancing the industry.” Recognizing the need for affordable graduate education, the foundation has decided to create a $5,000 national scholarship open to individuals seeking a graduate degree in a program that supports the scrap processing and recycling industry as a whole.
The industry itself is both labor and mechanically intensive as scrap processors take old and new metals, paper, rubber, plastic, glass, and more, and sort it into established grades which are highly sought after by manufacturers as a readily available feedstock. To begin to understand the challenges, ask yourself a few questions: How would you separate paper from glass? How about aluminum from copper, or lead, or iron and steel? It is perhaps easy to do this at the level of a few hundred pounds, but every year the industry must process in excess of 200 billion pounds of material. The challenges of recycling at this scale have given rise to new and innovative technologies as the recycling industry adapts to an ever changing marketplace of goods.
The Network of Women in Computer Technology (NWCT) is offering a scholarship of $2,000 for a female student currently enrolled in college-level courses for the 2013/2014 academic year.
The application postmark deadline is May 1, 2014 to be considered for the 2014 fall semester.
NWCT provides leadership, mentoring, professional development and networking to women within the Philadelphia technology community. This scholarship is intended to encourage and support women with the interest, the aptitude, and the potential for a successful career in information technology.
An applicant must be:
• A female at least 20 years of age
• A United States Citizen
• Enrolled in an accredited Philadelphia area college or university
• A 2013-2014 college Sophomore or Junior with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA
• Enrolled in a full-time or part-time undergraduate technology related degree program, as prescribed by the college or university, in:
• Information Systems
• Business Applications
• Computer Science
• Computer Engineering
• Software Engineering
• Information Security
If your degree program is not specified above, please verify eligibility by e-mailing:
Visit www.nwct-phila.org for more scholarship program details and the application.
Three $1,250 scholarships will be awarded to undergraduate students of accredited 4-year colleges and universities. The “Virginia Heinlein Memorial Scholarship” is dedicated to a female candidate majoring in engineering, math, or biological or physical sciences. The other two scholarships may be awarded to either a male or female, and add “Science Fiction as literature” as an eligible field of study.
Legacy Scholarships of $2,000 each are available to ten students who are a child, grandchild, sibling or niece or nephew of a of a certified MT/CLS/MLS and are enrolled in their final year of education in a Medical Technology (MT), Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS), Medical Laboratory Science (MLS), Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) or Clinical Laboratory Technician (CLT) program.
To be eligible for a scholarship, you must:
• Be the child, grandchild, sibling, niece, or nephew of a certified MT/CLS/MLS or MLT/CLT
• Be enrolled in a NAACLS-accredited program AND be in the final clinical year of education for an MT/CLS/MLS program or
MLT/CLT program by the application close date
• Have a minimum GPA of 2.8 out of 4.0
• Be a United States citizen OR a permanent resident of the United States
• Submit a complete application packet
• Academic achievement (cumulative GPA)
• Professional goals
• Leadership abilities
• Community activities
The American Nuclear Society's Nuclear Engineering Education for the Disadvantaged (NEED) program provides educational and professional assistance to the culturally and economically disadvantaged in order to encourage their educational pursuits in the atomic sciences.
The ANS NEED Committee has oversight for the program. It approves funds for ANS scholarships that directly support students with economic and cultural disadvantages.
Any student at undergraduate or graduate level who is enrolled full-time at an accredited college or university with image processing facilities appropriate for the conduct of the proposed work may submit a proposal for this award. Applicants must be a member of ASPRS. Recipients must prepare a written report of the project and submit it to ASPRS and EOSAT for possible company use. The report is due within one year of receipt of data from EOSAT. Recipient must execute a Data Grant and Protection Agreement prior to receipt of the data. Recipient (or his/her representative) must attend presentation ceremony during the annual meeting to receive the award certificate and plaque. Must return award plaque to ASPRS headquarters by date specified.
NOTE: U.S. Citizenship is required for all applicants.
Scholarships of varying amounts will be awarded to students studying STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) majors or related fields. Students must be attending full-time in an eligible undergraduate degree program with a GPA of 3.4 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Qualifying STEM Majors include: electrical, computer, chemical, systems, or aerospace engineering; computer science; computer information systems; technology management; management information systems; physics; mathematics; bioinformatics; or other majors related to the mission of AFCEA.
In addition to the online application, other required documents include: current transcript issued by the school Registrar's Office and at least two letters of recommendation from relevant faculty.
Instructions for electronic submission of the recommendation letters will be provided to the endorsers as part of the on-line application process - please do not mail separately. Letters will be addressed to:
Mr. Fred H. Rainbow
Vice President and Executive Director
AFCEA Educational Foundation
4400 Fair Lakes Court
Fairfax, VA 22033
An official transcript reflecting all college-level study will also be required by the deadline date - electronic submission preferred.
If electronic submission is not possible, please send official document to the AFCEA address listed above to arrive by the deadline date.
The Quanta Picosecond Laser scholarship is given to those students pursuing an education in medicine, physics, science and engineering. This merit based provides a one time award of $1000 to be used for tuition and education expenses.
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