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Fellowships and scholarships

American Association of University Women
Dissertation Fellowship: $20,000
Summer/Short-Term - Research Publication Grant: $6,000
American Fellowships support women doctoral candidates completing dissertations or scholars seeking funds for postdoctoral research leave from accredited institutions. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Candidates are evaluated on the basis of scholarly excellence, teaching experience, and active commitment to helping women and girls through service in their communities, professions, or fields of research. Deadlines

Association for Women in Science
The Association for Women in Science offers various Graduate Fellowships for women students pursuing careers in science. Each fellowship can be used for any aspect of education, including tuition, books, housing, research, equipment, etc. Citizenship: unrestricted. INQUIRIES: Cindy Simpson

American Indian Graduate Center
To be considered for an AIGC fellowship, the applicant must be: An enrolled member of a U.S. federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native Group, or possess one-fourth degree (federally recognized) Indian blood; Pursuing a master's or doctorate degree as a full-time graduate student at an accredited graduate school in the United States; and in need of financial aid. Applicants must apply for federal financial and campus based aid at the college financial aid office.

American Museum of Natural History - Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grant
Description: The American Museum of Natural History offers the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Grants to offer financial support to individuals for research on North American fauna in any phase of wildlife conservation or natural history related to the activities of the American Museum. Citizenship: unrestricted.
INQUIRIES: Fellowships-rggs@amnh.org

The American Society for Microbiology (ASM)
The ASM Awards are dedicated to acknowledging the best in microbiology. They are administered by the American Academy of Microbiology and encompass the many subspecialties of microbiology, including biotechnology, clinical microbiology, environmental microbiology, antimicrobial chemotherapy, immunology, and virology, as well as education and service to the profession. Opportunities for individuals to travel to and participate in meetings, conferences, and other professional development activities. Students, postdoctoral fellows, and early and mid-career scientists are eligible for fellowships to conduct research and participate in activities that encourage professional growth in a new area. Funds may be available for stipends, housing, travel, and ASM membership.

American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing sponsors awards and scholarships to facilitate graduate-level studies and career goals adjudged to address new and innovative uses of remote sensing data/techniques that relate to the natural, cultural, and agricultural resources of the Earth. Citizenship: unspecified.
INQUIRIES: scholarships@asprs.org

Alexander & Lydia Anderson Fellowship
Students must be registered for credit in the University of Minnesota Graduate School at the time of application. Applicants must designate either the Anderson or Crosby competition. Alexander Anderson and Lydia Anderson Fellowship is a summer fellowship stipend of up to $3,000, and/or research grant of up to $3,000 for students in the plant or animal sciences- e.g., animal sciences, ecology, forestry, and plant pathology- with preference given to students involved in basic research.

American Society of Plant Biologists
RESEARCH & EDUCATION PROGRAMS - EPA STAR Graduate Fellowships for masters and doctoral level students The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is offering Graduate Fellowships for masters and doctoral level students in environmental fields of study. The deadline for receipt of pre-applications is October 23, 2007 at 4:00 PM EST. Subject to availability of funding, the Agency plans to award approximately 65 new fellowships by July 31, 2008. Master's level students may receive support for a maximum of two years. Doctoral students may be supported for a maximum of three years, usable over a period of four years. The fellowship program provides up to $37,000 per year of support per fellowship. For example, molecular biology is listed among the eligible areas of study. Click here for further information on eligibility and other aspects of the program.

American Society of Plant Taxomomists (ASPT)
Support is available for students (both master's and doctoral levels) conducting field work, herbarium travel, and/or laboratory research in any area of plant systematics. ASPT Graduate Student Research Awards do not include support for institutional overhead or stipends. No award will exceed $1000; it is unlikely that proposals from previous recipients will be funded. Proposals will be funded on the basis of merit, regardless of the research area within systematics (e.g., if all of the best proposals emphasize field work, grants will only be made in that area).

Carolyn M. Crosby Fellowship
This award is open to graduate students doing study/research in the botanical sciences. Students must be registered for credit in the University of Minnesota Graduate School at time of application.$16,000 for the academic year, plus tuition and health insurance for the academic year. Summer health insurance will be provided if the Fellow remains eligible.

Community of Scholars Program (COSP-University of Minnesota)
The Community of Scholars Program (COSP) has travel grants available for students actively participating in COSP. To continue the process of professional development for all graduate and professional students who participate in the program, up to $1,000 per student is budgeted by COSP for students to present a paper at a national or international conference or workshop. Priority will be given to first-time applications. A second award may be funded at 75% of an initial grant award. A third award may be funded at 50% of the initial award.

Council of Graduate Students (COGS) Travel Awards
The COGS Endowment allows COGS to give Travel and Educational awards every year to graduate students at the University of Minnesota. Students must apply no later than April 1st to be eligible for that year's fund.

National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship
The Department of Defense solicits applications for National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowships for study and research leading to doctoral degrees in mathematical, physical, biological, ocean, and engineering sciences. The DOD will award approximately 90 new three-year graduate fellowships for students at or near the beginning of their graduate study. The Fellowship pays the student's tuition and fees, as well as a living stipend ($27,500 in 2003-04).
EMAIL: ndseg@asee.org

The Department of Energy/Computation Science Graduate Fellowship
The Department of Energy provides the Computational Science Graduate Fellowship Program, administered by the Krell Institute, to support highly capable students pursuing graduate study at US universities in scientific or engineering disciplines with applications in high-performance computing. Fellows also participate in off-campus research at DOE laboratories. Annual stipend is $28,000, plus payment of tuition and fees, and is renewable for up to four years. Citizenship: US and permanent residents.
EMAIL: csgf@krellinst.org

Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship
The purpose of the Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship (DDF) program is to give outstanding final-year Ph.D. candidates who are making timely progress toward the degree--typically those entering their fifth year of graduate study--an opportunity to complete the dissertation within the upcoming academic year by devoting full-time effort to the research and writing of the dissertation. Candidates must be nominated by their graduate program's Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) to an all-University competition. Up to 50 Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships are awarded annually.

Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants in the Directorate for Biological Sciences

The National Science Foundation awards Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants in selected areas of the biological sciences. These grants provide partial support of doctoral dissertation research to improve the overall quality of research. Allowed are costs for doctoral candidates to participate in scientific meetings, to conduct research in specialized facilities or field settings, and to expand an existing body of dissertation research.
INQUIRIES: ddig-deb@nsf.gov

Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant
Grants of up to $2,500 are available to support dissertation research, such as domestic travel and expenses for fieldwork, postage, and photocopying. Application will be made available in July.

Environmental Leadership Program
The Environmental Leadership Program offers the Environmental Leadership Fellowships, as part of ELP's highly experiential and innovative national initiative that aims to build the leadership capacity of the environmental movement's most promising emerging professionals. Each year, a new class of 20-30 fellows is chosen to receive intensive training, institutional support, and mentoring for a three-year period. Fellows gain access to funding to pursue further skill training and develop new projects. Applicants must commit to participating in four retreats. ELP will provide $2,000 participation stipend, travel and accommodations for training retreats, as well as $1,000-$10,000 to support leadership-building activities and projects. Citizenship: US
INQUIRIES: 413/268-0035, info@elpnet.org;

Fulbright Program
Offers a variety of grants for one year of study or research abroad to over 100 countries. Applicants must have proficiency in the written and spoken language of the host country. Campus information and applications are available in May each year for the upcoming academic year.

Gamma Sigma Delta
To be eligible for membership in the national honor society, the graduate students must show outstanding potential and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.

The Garden Club of America Scholarships and Awards
The Garden Club of America offers a selection of unusual and excellent opportunities for further study to college and graduate students, doctoral candidates and recent Ph.D.s, as well as to landscape architects.
INQUIRIES: 212/753-8287, scholarship@gcamerica.org;

GCA/Awards in Tropical Botany
Grant to enable field study in tropical botany. Open to Ph.D. candidates. Funds two scholars annually at $5500 each.

CGA/Catherine H. Beattie Fellowship
Research grant to graduate students through the Center for Plant Conservation. Preference to students whose projects focus on the endangered flora of the Carolinas and southeastern U.S. Funds one student annually up to $4000.

GCA/Fellowship in Ecological Restoration
Annual grants of $8000 to support study and research in ecological restoration as well as advance knowledge and increase the numbers of scientists in this field. Study should conform to the Society of Ecological Restoration’s definition:“ The process of assisting the recovery and management of ecological integrity (which) includes a critical range of variability in biodiversity, ecological processes and structures, regional and historical context and sustainable cultural practices". Open to graduate students pursuing an advanced degree.

GCA/Summer Scholarship in Field Botany
Annually, the award of $1500 provides financial aid toward summer studies to encourage study in pure botany. It addresses the need to promote the study of field botany to the horticulture public and increase the awareness of the importance of botany to horticulture. With this scholarship, young men and women who have demonstrated a keen interest in botany can pursue studies specifically related to field botany. It does not support time spent on research and lab work. The summer projects can be pursued beyond the regular course of study to gain additional knowledge and experience. Work may award academic credit but should be in addition to required course study must be in any of the 50 United States College undergraduates following their freshman year and graduate students up to the Master’s degree are eligible to apply.

Glenn/AFAR Scholarships for Research in the Biology of Aging program
The Glenn Foundation for Medical Research and the American Federation For Aging Research offer the Glenn/AFAR Scholarships for Research in the Biology of Aging program to allow students to undertake a three-month research project on any topic related to the basic sciences and aging. Research must be conducted under the supervision of a faculty mentor. Each scholarship carries an award of $6,000.
INQUIRIES: 212/752-2327, amfedaging@aol.com;

Global Change Education Program/ Graduate Research Environmental Fellowships (GREF)
The GREF program began in June 1999 to support graduate students in the Office of Biological and Environmental Research-funded collaborative global change research at universities and national laboratories. All qualified students are encouraged to apply, but minority and female students are particularly encouraged. The fellowship program makes three-year appointments, renewable annually, and pays an annual stipend of $19,200 ($1,500 monthly plus a $600 Research Education Supplement in March and October), and tuition and fees. Graduate students selected for GREF are encouraged to participate in the SURE 2004 orientation and research focus sessions. If you decide to participate, GREF will pay transportation, per diem and lodging. Applicants must have completed their first year in graduate school, unless they have participated previously in SOARS or SURE. Applicants are required to complete the application form, and submit a five-page description of proposed research, letters of recommendation from the two mentors and an outside individual, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts.

Philip C. Hamm Memorial Scholarship Program
Two nonrenewable scholarships of $1500 each are available to graduate students in the plant sciences and related disciplines from the Philip C. Hamm Memorial Scholarship Program. To be eligible for nomination, a student must have: 1) completed a minimum of one academic year in the University of Minnesota Graduate School, 2) registration during the current academic year, and 3) demonstrate promise as a research scientist through original research.

Howard Hughes Predoctoral Fellowships in Biological Sciences
Predoctoral Fellowships in Biological Sciences are intended for students at or near the beginning of their graduate study toward PhD degree in the designated fields. Those eligible at the time of application may be college seniors, college graduates with no or limited post baccalaureate graduate study in the biological sciences, or first-year graduate students.

Juran Fellowship Program
In addition to the potential of earning cash awards to further research, applicants get direct feedback from an esteemed panel of faculty and industry reviewers; gain valuable experience in grant writing; and receive coaching throughout the application process. WEB:

Integrated Graduate Education and Research Traineeship Program on Risk Analysis for Introduced Species and Genotypes (ISG-IGERT)
The Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship Program on Risk Analysis for Introduced Species and Genotypes (ISG-IGERT) seeks applicants for entering the program in Fall 2008, supported by the National Science Foundation. The program educates Ph.D. students to conduct research to improve Ecological Risk Analysis and contribute workable solutions to policy questions and problems affecting management of introduced species and genotypes. The program includes a new graduate minor in Risk Analysis for Introduced Species and Genotypes (ISG minor). Prospective students must also apply to an appropriate graduate program for admission to a Ph.D. degree program.

International Foundation for Ethical Research
The International Foundation for Ethical Research supports Graduate Fellowships in Animal Welfare to provide monetary assistance to graduate students whose programs of study seem likely to have an impact in the development and implementation of scientifically valid alternatives to the use of animals in research, product testing, and education. The stipends are $12,500 annually for up to three years, with $2,500 for supplies per year. Citizenship: unspecified.
INQUIRIES: Peter O'Donovan 312/427-6025, 312/427-6524, ifer@navs.org;

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and Dept of Energy (DOE)
The Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and the US Department of Energy (DOE) invite applications for the Graduate Research Program, a year-round educational program that provides students with relevant research experience while they are pursuing a graduate degree. Most appointments are in the technical and scientific disciplines, and are available for 90 days to one year, with options for renewal based on program requirements. Stipends range from $29,000 to $41,000 annually, including benefits, travel, and moving expenses.
INQUIRIES: Carol Hogsett 505/667-0870, 505/665-519, progsinfo@lanl.gov

Link Energy Fellowships
The Link Foundation invites applications for the Energy Fellowship Program. Fellowships are awarded for research proposals related to the aims of the foundation: fostering energy research, enhancing both the theoretical and practical knowledge and application of energy research, and dissemination of the results of research through lectures, seminars, and publications. Preference will be given to proposals dealing directly with energy and exploring ideas not yet fully tested. Awards includes $25,000 for the academic year.
INQUIRIES: 603/646-2231

Link Foundation
The Link Foundation invites applications for the Fellowships in Advanced Simulation and Training Program designed to foster advanced study in simulation and training research; to enhance and expand the theoretical and practical knowledge of how to train the operators and users of complex systems and how to simulate the real-world environments in which they function; and to disseminate the results of that research through lectures, seminars, and publications. The stipend is $25,000.
INQUIRIES: Marybeth Thompson 407/658-5059(fax), thompson@ist.ucf.edu;


MacArthur Scholars Fellowships
The program provides enabling grants to graduate and professional students for international internships and predissertation fieldwork in the developing world as part of their training programs. Nominees for MacArthur Scholar Fellowships should have backgrounds and interests, which identify them as outstanding students who are clearly committed to the interdisciplinary study of developing nations in the context of global change.

The Minnesota Center for Community Genetics
A research training group including students and faculty from the College of Agricultue, Food, and Environmental Sciences and the College of Biological Sciences, invites gradaute students to submit (1) research proposals for projects that address both the genetics and ecological dynamics of multi-species interactions, (2) travel rquests, and (3) nominations for a 9-month CCG Fellowship. Contact the Ecology, Evolution and Behavior Department at 612-625-5700.

Microbial & Plant Genomics Institute (MPGI) Travel Awards
MPGI has travel awards available to students (and postdocs) in PMGI labs of up to $500/year for travel to meetings or for special training. Applications are accepted throughout the year. Students should send a letter to the PMGI director stating the meeting/training to be attended, dates of meeting/training, and costs of meeting/training. Attach the paper abstract if attending a meeting.

Microbial & Plant Genomics Institute (MPGI) Fellowship
For the 2007-08 academic year, MPGI is offering two single-semester Research Assistantships for outstanding third or fourth year Ph.D. candidates working in the areas of microbial or plant genomics. Each stipend will include salary and subsidized health insurance through the graduate assistant plan, plus $2000 for journal subscriptions, scientific society membership dues, lab supplies, or research-related travel. The amount of each award will be based on the prevailing rate of the student's graduate program. The nominated student must be advised by a member of MPGI, be in their third or fourth year of study (entered their program in 2003 or 2004), have passed the written and oral preliminary examinations, and have Advanced Doctoral Status. (One credit status)

Minnesota-Norway Fulbright Program
The University of Minnesota Graduate School has an exchange program with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), whereby one U of M graduate student selected by the Graduate School automatically receives a Fulbright Scholarship to study at NTNU, and one NTNU graduate student spends a year at the University of Minnesota as a Fulbright Scholarhip.

NASA Graduate Student Fellowships in Earth System Science
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) invites applications for the NASA Graduate Student Fellowships in Earth System Science which support continued training of interdisciplinary scientists in M.Sc. and/or Ph.D. programs to study the Earth as a system. NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE) supports basic and applied research in the following areas: Biology and Biogeochemistry of Ecosystems and the Global Carbon Cycle; Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosols, and Solar Radiation; Global Water and Energy Cycle; Oceans and Ice in the Earth System; and Solid Earth Science. The maximum period for which a student may receive NASA support is three years.
INQUIRIES: 202/554-2775 or 202/358-0855, acrouch@hq.nasa.gov

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) invites applications for the Graduate Student Researchers Program. Science and engineering students pursue studies at their home institution and at a NASA facility. Awards of up to $24,000.

National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science (GEM)
The National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science (GEM) offers the Engineering and Science Fellowship Programs for students of Native American Indian, African American, Mexican American, Puerto Rican American, or other Hispanic American ethnicity. The Ph.D. Engineering Fellowship and the Ph.D. Science Fellowship are offered for doctoral students in engineering and the sciences, and the M.S. Engineering Fellowship is provided for Master's degree students in engineering. Fellowships offered through this program are portable, and may be used at any participating GEM member university where the fellow is admitted for graduate studies. Tuition, fees, yearly stipend, and a summer internship are provided.
INQUIRIES: 703-562-3640, vwashington@gemfellowship.org

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
The National Science Foundation (NSF) solicits applications for the NSF Graduate Research Fellowships, including Women in Engineering and Computer and Information Science Awards. Fellowships are awarded for graduate study leading to research-based master's or doctoral degrees in the following fields supported by NSF: engineering; mathematical sciences; computer and information science and engineering; chemistry; geosciences, physics and astronomy; psychology; life sciences; and behavioral and social sciences. Awards are also made for work toward a research-based Ph.D. in science education that requires a science competence comparable to that for Ph.D. candidates in scientific disciplines. Applicants must be near or at the beginning of their graduate study. In most cases, an individual has three opportunities to apply: during the senior year of college, the first year of graduate study, and the beginning of the second year of graduate school. The stipend is $27,500 for a 12-month tenure, plus $10,500 plus cost-of-education allowance per tenure year.
INQUIRIES: 866/353-0905 or nsfgrfp@orau.gov;

National Science Foundation Facilitation Awards for Scientists and Engineers with Disabilities
The National Science Foundation encourages scientists and engineers with disabilities to participate fully in all of its programs.  This announcement describes opportunities for physically disabled persons to facilitate their work by providing special equipment or assistance needed in conjunction with NSF-supported projects. This announcement covers all projects supported by NSF in science and engineering research or education, including fellowships.  
INQUIRIES: 703/306-1636, stisserv@nsf.gov;

National Science Foundation East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes for U.S. Graduate Students
The East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes (EAPSI) provide U.S. graduate students in science and engineering:  1) first-hand research experiences in Australia, China, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore or Taiwan; 2) an introduction to the science, science policy, and scientific infrastructure of the respective location; and 3) an orientation to the society, culture and language. The primary goals of EAPSI are to introduce students to East Asia and Pacific science and engineering in the context of a research setting, and to help students initiate scientific relationships that will better enable future collaboration with foreign counterparts. All institutes, except Japan, last approximately eight weeks from June to August. Japan lasts approximately ten weeks from June to August

Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
Applicants must either be a resident alien, hold a green card, be a naturalized U.S. citizen. Annual award to encourage and support the contribution of new American-to-American life and culture. All fields of study are eligible. Continuing graduate students are eligible as long as they have completed no more than two years of graduate study.

P.E.O. Sisterhood. International Peace Scholarship Fund
Annual award to provide grants-in-aid for selected women from other countries for graduate study in the United States and Canada.

Bernard and Jean Phinney Graduate Fellowship in Plant Molecular Biology
The fellowship is awarded for one semester. The fellowship award will include a stipend at the graduate fellowship level for the semester, as well as tuition and fringe benefits. One award will be made. Concurrently with the Phinney Fellowship, the fellowship recipient may hold up to an additional 25% assistantship, or its equivalent in value, from another source. Students who are currently pursuing Ph.D. research in any relevant graduate program with a faculty mentor in the Plant Biology Department, and who have completed at least one year of graduate study at the University of Minnesota, may apply. Students working with faculty who have full or joint appointments in Plant Biology are eligible to apply. Applicants employing molecular approaches to study plant biology will be selected based on evidence of their potential to contribute to future scholarship in the discipline.

Plant Biological Sciences Travel Awards
The PBS Graduate Program has funds to support graduate student travel. These funds are to help support travel to professional meetings, a scientific laboratory or workshops to learn new techniques, or for the collection of biological materials. If funds are to be used to travel to a scientific meeting, the student must be making a presentation (talk or poster).

Carol A. and Wayne A. Pletcher Fellowship
The College of Biological Sciences(CBS) is announcing the Carol A. and Wayne A. Pletcher Graduate Fellowship . This one-year, $2500 fellowship is supported by an endowment established through a generous conribution from Carol A. and Wayne A. Pletcher. The intent of the fellowship is to "support a graduate student(s), with preference given to woemn, pursuing Ph.D. research in the College of Biological Sciences. To be eligible, a candidate must currently be a Ph.D. student whose primary advisor has her/his tenure home/department in the College of Biological Bsciences. The candidate must also demonstrate financial need.

Resources for the Future Walter O. Spofford Jr. Memorial Internship
The Resources for the Future (RFF) invites applications for the Walter O. Spofford, Jr. Memorial Internship. RFF is offering a paid internship for graduate students with a special interest in Chinese environmental issues to spend time at RFF in Washington, DC to work with one or more RFF researchers on a variety of ongoing projects, or assist in the development of entirely new areas of research and policy. RFF's three research divisions are the Center for Risk Management, Energy and Natural Resources, and Quality of the Environment.

Sigma Delta Epsilon and Graduate Women in Science
Sigma Delta Epsilon (SDE) and Graduate Women in Science invite applications for three SDE/GWIS fellowships (SDE, Eloise Gerry, and Vessa Notchev Fellowships) and the Eli Lilly Travel Award in support of scientific research done by women.
INQUIRIES: Regina Vidaver, 202/496-5002, regina.vidaver@verizon.net

Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research
The Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research program has been providing undergraduate and graduate students with valuable educational experiences for more than 80 years. The program awards grants of $1,000 or less to students from all areas of the sciences and engineering. Students use the funding to pay for travel expenses to and from a research site, or for purchase of non-standard laboratory equipment necessary to complete a specific research project.

SMART Scholarship-for-Service Program
The Science, Mathematics, And Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarship-for-service Program fully funds undergraduate and graduate degrees in a wide range of technical areas, including all fields of engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, and Mathematics.  It is a highly-selective, prestigious, national program. This scholarship provides support for your education, including full tuition, a very generous stipend, book allowance, and Summer internship, while in school. In addition this scholarship then provides guaranteed employment with the Defense Department after graduation

Torske Klubben Fellowship for Minnesota Residents
This fellowship award has been established to support outstanding students currently enrolled in the Graduate School in any field, who are Minnesota residents. Applicants must have outstanding academic achievement, excellent leadership potential, and an interest in or connection with Norway. The stipend is $10,000 for the academic year 2004-05, plus full tuition. Recipients may supplement the stipend with funds in any amount from any source. Sponsored by the Torske Klubben of Minneapolis.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Science to Achieve Results Program
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is offering graduate fellowships for master's and doctoral level students in environmentally related fields of study. The fellowship provides up to $37,000 per year of support. Citizenship: unrestricted
INQUIRIES: Virginia Broadway 202/564-6923, broadway.virginia@epa.gov

United Negro College Fund
UNCF awards scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students attending UNCF member schools and other schools across the country. UNCF also supports faculty members through grants for research and dissertation completion.
To be considered for a UNCF administered scholarship, you must meet certain basic eligibility requirements:
1. Students must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
2. Students must have unmet need as verified by the university financial aid office
3. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA)
4. Students must request that the Student Analysis Report (SAR) be sent to the financial aid office at their college or university
Many UNCF administered scholarships have requirements in addition to the basic eligibility requirements listed above. Non-UNCF administered scholarships have eligibility requirements based solely on the discretion of the donor or administering organization.

Wood-Whelan Research Fellowship/International Union of Biochemistry
This fellowship is designed to support young biochemists and molecular biologists, from countries that are full or associate members of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB), who need to travel to other laboratories in the IUBMB and International Council for Science (ICSU) region for the purpose of carrying out experiments that require special techniques or for other forms of scientific collaboration or advanced training. The fellowships will be awarded for travel lasting one to four months. A fellowship is intended to cover travel and incidental costs to a total of $2,000. Citizenship:
INQUIRIES: Dr. Yasuhiro Anraku, anraku@ntu.ac.jp

Other Funding Opportunities (Graduate School web site)