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MDE Special Needs Scholarship Program

The Mississippi Department of Education has released information for parents of students with disabilities who want to participate in the special needs scholarship program. The Mississippi Department of Education has launched the Education Scholarship Account (ESA) program. Applications will be released and accepted beginning July 1 when the law becomes effective. About the Scholarship Provider: […]

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UT Dallas Program Promotes STEM Careers for Young Women

The Young Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) program provides mentoring and coaching for lower-income, minority high school women students. Promoting science and engineering careers for young women, is the goal of the program. Dr. Magaly Spector coordinates the program through the Office of the President. “Young WISE is unique because of its thorough mentoring component and […]

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Fellowship Proposal Writing Workshop

The Graduate School is pleased to offer a five-day proposal writing workshop for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. The Graduate School offers a series of fellowship proposal writing workshops in alignment with specific deadlines and led by writing experts. About the Workshop: The goal of the workshop is to help students and postdoctoral fellows to […]

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UNM Student Awarded NASA Earth and Space Science Graduate Student Fellowship

Kathleen Vander Kaaden, has been awarded the NASA Earth and Space Science (NESSF) Graduate Student Fellowship award for the 2015-16 academic year for research work in the area of Planetary Science. From a total of 150, only 29 students were selected for the much sought-after fellowship award. “The competition was intense, so being selected is […]

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Student Gets National Research Fellowship

Senior Salvador Brito from Oxnard, has received the award from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) for Exceptional Research Opportunities Program. He is the student of California Lutheran University and is researching on muscle and neuronal development at the Baylor College of Medicine. The fellowship will cover his travel and housing and provide him with […]

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UGA President Establishes Experiential Learning Scholarship Fund

Jere W. Morehead, the President of University of Georgia, has announced his personal contribution for establishing a scholarship fund.  He plans to contribute $100,000 to the scholarship fund to create an endowment for the initiative. The scholarship fund is designed to help undergraduate students who will participate in the university’s new initiative on experiential learning. […]

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UC Receives Approval for New Neuromuscular Medicine Fellowship

The University of Cincinnati (UC) Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine has received approval for a new neuromuscular medicine fellowship from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) as it is the only newly approved neuromuscular program in the country. The one-year fellowship replaces the clinical neurophysiology/EMG fellowship and will become effective July 1, […]

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The Silver Scholars Program

The Yale School of Management is offering a perfect opportunity for college seniors to earn an MBA in three years directly after graduation. The program helps the students move more quickly towards their career goals. Silver Scholars are chosen for their combination of intelligence and common sense, maturity and curiosity, passion and compassion. The program […]

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MBA Fellowship in Education Leadership at NMSU

New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and Secretary of Education Hannah Skandera will visit the New Mexico State University Campus Thursday, June 4. They will announce a new education leadership fellowship program. The program is designed to provide help the state’s principals, superintendents and other aspiring school leaders to close the state’s school achievement gap. Details […]

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CHC and Cristo Rey Philadelphia HS Partner on Scholarship Program

Chestnut Hill College and Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School have teamed up to offer two, $20,000 annual scholarships. The scholarship will be awarded to first-year students entering Chestnut Hill College each fall from Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School. High school seniors from Cristo Rey must meet all of Chestnut Hill College’s admissions requirements to be considered […]

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Courtney Fallon Named as W.I.S.E. Scholarship Winner

The W.I.S.E. Organization has announced the winner of this year’s WISE (Women in Sports and Events) Cleveland Scholarship Program. Courtney Fallon ’16 is a recipient of WISE (Women in Sports and Events) Cleveland Scholarship.  The announcement was made at the WISE annual luncheon in May at the House of Blues Cleveland. Courtney is one of four women […]

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ROTC Scholarship to Shadow Ridge Senior

Joshua Han, a senior at Shadow Ridge High School has earned a $45,000 Army scholarship to UNLV (University of Nevada, Las Vegas )to join the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps(ROTC). The scholarship money covers tuition, books and living expenses for four years. As Han is seeking a technical degree in nursing, he will be eligible […]

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Lt. Gov. Cox Announces Energy Workforce Scholarship Program

The Governor’s Office of Energy Development and Chevron Corporation have announced the opening of the Utah Energy Workforce Scholarship Program. The program will help to expand science, technology, engineering and math educational opportunities for Utah students. Lt. Gov. Cox made the scholarship announcement at the fourth annual Governor’s Utah Energy Development Summit that was presented by […]

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Diviya Sinha Earns Schlumberger Foundation Fellowship

Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Diviya Sinha is awarded with a “Faculty for the Future Fellowship” by the “Schlumberger Foundation”. The fellowship is awarded to deserving female scientists and engineers from developing and emerging countries that are pursuing advanced degrees at leading universities worldwide. Diviya Sinha has received a funding of up to $50,000 amount per year to support […]

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Penn State Altoona Receives $50,000 Gift from ISB

Penn State Altoona campus has received a reward of $50,000 from Investment Savings Bank (ISB) to fund need-based scholarships for Summer Kids’ College. ISB bank has given the third commitment in support of the educational enrichment program for area youth that has ages between 4 to 17 years. The two gifts more than $200,000 from […]

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UA Student Wins National Scholarship & Internship Placement

Tori Vines, the student of University of Alabama has been selected to participate in an American Advertising Federation (AAF) internship program. Through the scholarship, Vines will able to widen her knowledge of the advertising industry and make new professional connections. About the Scholarship Provider: The American Advertising Federation (AAF) is the nation’s oldest national advertising […]

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Student Awarded With Prestigious Boren Scholarship

Alex Gibson, student of Western Michigan University will be awarded with David L. Boren Scholarship of $16,500 to study abroad at the Qasid Arabic Institute in Iman, Jordan. Gibson is selected as one of 171 undergraduate Boren Scholarship recipients and he will focus on Arabic language in Qasid Arabic Institute. About the Scholarship Holder: Alex Gibson, […]

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GCU Basketball Camps Offering Scholarships

  In a new initiative this year, Grand Canyon University (GCU) will award 50 scholarships to its array of boys’ basketball camps. The fee for each individual camp is more than $200, that’s more than a $10,000 investment in local kids. The kids will enjoy all sorts of amenities in the various camps, some of […]

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Steven DelaCruz Named 2015 Herz Gold Medalist

The University of Nevada, Reno named Steven DelaCruz the recipient of the 2015 Herz Gold Medal for outstanding scholarship. DelaCruz’s work has made an impression on a number of University faculty and staff, including Vaidyanathan (Ravi) Subramanian, associate professor of chemical engineering and SOLAR Lab director. The University of Nevada, Reno was founded in 1874 […]

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Student Receives Fulbright Fellowship to Mexico

The Fulbright Program is sponsored by the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The U.S. Student Program awards approximately 1,100 grants annually and currently operates in over 140 countries worldwide. Financial support is provided by an annual appropriation from Congress to the Department of State, with significant contributions from participating […]

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