Amount: $2000 per fellowship, which is considered to cover costs of the study, including room,
board, transportation, and minor equipment. Payment will be made directly to successful
Washington, DC. Fellowships usable at 27 national organizations active in policy, research, education, advocacy.
Up to 8 Scoville Fellowships awarded annually.
Active mentoring and networking from distinguished Board of Directors and former fellows.
$2,400 per month salary plus benefits. Scoville Fellow alumni now lead NGOs, hold senior positions on Capitol Hill, State Department, private foundations, and other influential jobs in peace, security, and environmental security.
The Scoville Peace Fellowship is among the most prestigious fellowships in the nation for peace and security: eligibility includes strong academic record and recommendations, excellent writing, activism, advocacy or civic engagement, initiative.
Areas of interest: international relations, political science, conflict or peace studies, national security, environmental studies, or honors and other interdisciplinary programs that relate to securing a more peaceful and just world.
APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2012, DUE January 13, 2012. See: www.scoville.org
The Science, Mathematics And Research
for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program is an
opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to
receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed upon degree
Students pursuing degrees related to the following are
encouraged to apply:
• Chemical Engineering
• Cognitive, Neural, and Behavioral Sciences
• Computer and Computational Science
• Industrial and Systems Engineering
(technical tracks only)
• Information Sciences
SMART Scholars receive:
· Full tuition to any accredited U.S. university
· A very generous stipend while in school ranging from $25,000 - $41,000 per year
· Book allowance - $1,000
· Health insurance contribution
· Paid Summer internships
· A job placement at a participating Department of Defense facility. Scholars commit to one year working for every academic year of funding.
For more information,
please visit http://smart.asee.org/. The application
deadline is December 15, 2011.
CFHI GLOBAL HEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS
Never done before, CFHI is offering scholarships for summer programs, our busiest time of the year. These four (4) partial scholarships in the amount of US $1,000 may be awarded towards participation in any May & June 2012 CFHI Global Health Education Program. One scholarship will be designated for CFHI's Opthalmology Rotation in New Delhi, India program and one designated for CFHI's Dental Program in Quito, Ecuador. All interested in global health are encouraged to apply. Deadline January 16th , 2012. For more details see CFHI's Scholarship Page.
Seventh Annual Undergraduate Scholars Forum
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
The Undergraduate Scholars Forum provides all undergraduate students with an opportunity for scholarly development by presenting their original research, scholarly activities, teacher work samples, or creative endeavors. Conference participation is designed to foster scholarship and collegiality among undergraduate students and faculty members and to provide a forum for undergraduate students to discuss their academic work with a community of scholars.
So you want a sensible and effective strategy for being admitted to a top tier graduate program but fear you may not be completely prepared. Perhaps you are looking for a job in a tight market, or maybe you just don't want to end up living in your parents' basement? Then you need to plan to attend the 2012 CHC/McNair Career Workshop on May 14-16 (9-4:30 pm) with Donald Asher.