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2440
ALABAMA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

PO Box 302101
Montgomery, AL 36130-2101
Tel: (334)242-9935; Fax: (334)242-0498; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.alsde.edu

For students pursuing teaching certificates in mathematics, general science, biology, or physics. Applicants must agree to teach for five years (if a position is offered) in a targeted system with critical needs. Renewable if recipient continues to meet the requirements. Minimum 2.5 GPA required. Must attend school in Alabama.

Title of Award:
Math and Science Scholarship Program for Alabama Teachers

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Earth Science; Physical Sciences and Math; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Natural Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
80 loan(s), totaling $200,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $2000. Maximum award amount: $12000.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form.

Apply to:
Bill Goodwin, Education Specialist, 334-242-9935, [email protected]

2441
ALASKA COMMISSION ON POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION

707A St., Ste. 206
Anchorage, AK 99567
Tel: (907)269-7973; Fax: (907)269-7991; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.state.ak.us/acpe/

Renewable loan for study of approved curriculum in fisheries, seafood processing, food technology or related fields for Alaska esidents. Must maintain good standing at institution. Eligible for up to 50% forgiveness if recipient returns to Alaska for employment in fisheries-related field.

Title of Award:
A.W. "Winn" Brindle Memorial Education Loans

Area, Field, or Subject:
Food Science/Nutrition; Animal/Veterinary Sciences; Natural Resources; Biology; Agribusiness

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, Vocational/Occupational, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
42 loan(s), totaling $359,234.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; essay.

Deadline for Receipt:
5/15.

Apply to:
Laura Cloward, Outreach Program Coordinator, 907-269-7973, [email protected]

2442
ALBERTA HERITAGE SCHOLARSHIP FUND

9940 106th St., 9th Floor
Box 28000, Station Main
Edmonton, AB, Canada B5J 4R4
Tel: (780)427-8640; Fax: (780)422-4516; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.alis.gov.ab.ca/scholarships

Award for aboriginal students in Alberta entering their second or subsequent year of postsecondary education in a health field. Must be Indian, Inuit, or Metis and a resident of Alberta for a minimum of three years prior to applying. Awards are valued up to CAN$13,000. Deadline: May 15. Must be ranked in upper half of class or have a minimum 2.5 GPA.

Title of Award:
Alberta Heritage Scholarship Fund Aboriginal Health Careers Bursary

Area, Field, or Subject:
Health and Medical Sciences; Dental Health/Services; Nursing; Therapy/Rehabilitation; Biology; Health Administration

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, Vocational/Occupational, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
31 scholarship(s), totaling $148,560.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 20. Maximum no. of awards: 40. Minimum award amount: $743. Maximum award amount: $9656.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to Canadian citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
5/15.

Apply to:
Director, 780-427-8640, [email protected]

2443
AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR AGING RESEARCH

Biochemistry Department
North Carolina State University, Campus Box 7622
Raleigh, NC 27695-7622
Tel: (919)515-5679; Fax: (919)515-2047; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.agingresearchfoundation.org

Merit-based award of $500 to $1,000 available to students enrolled at U.S. institutions studying biological research on aging or age-related diseases. Must be enrolled full time at a four-year college or university with a minimum 3.5 GPA. Research proposal, which may be renewed, is required. Freshmen not eligible.

Title of Award:
American Foundation for Aging Research Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships and Fellowships in Aging Research

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Health and Medical Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
6 fellowship(s), totaling $6,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 10. Minimum award amount: $500. Maximum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); research proposal.

Apply to:
Susan Twiddy, Program Director, 919-515-5679, [email protected]

2444
AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SOCIETY

PO Box 9828
Albuquerque, NM 87119-9828
Tel: (505)765-1052; Fax: (505)765-5608; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.aises.org

Award for full-time students majoring in math or science secondary education, engineering, science, business, medicine, or natural resources. Must be at least one-quarter American-Indian or Alaska Native or have tribal recognition, and be member of AISES. Deadline: June 15. Must have minimum 2.0 GPA.

Title of Award:
A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Biology; Earth Science; Physical Sciences and Math; Health and Medical Sciences; Business/Consumer Services; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Nuclear Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $1000. Maximum award amount: $2000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
6/15.

Apply to:
Scholarship Information, 505-765-1052, [email protected]

2445
AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SOCIETY

PO Box 9828
Albuquerque, NM 87119-9828
Tel: (505)765-1052; Fax: (505)765-5608; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.aises.org

Award for high school senior for study of science, business, education, and health administration. Must reside in Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, or San Bernadino County, California. Must be at least one quarter American-Indian or Alaska Native and/or member of federally recognized tribe. Minimum 2.0 GPA required. Must be a current AISES member.

Title of Award:
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Business/Consumer Services; Nuclear Science; Physical Sciences and Math; Health Administration; Applied Sciences; Biology; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Natural Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
College

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $2500.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
4/15.

Apply to:
Scholarship Information, 505-765-1052, [email protected]

2446
AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING SOCIETY

PO Box 9828
Albuquerque, NM 87119-9828
Tel: (505)765-1052; Fax: (505)765-5608; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.aises.org

Award for Native-American college juniors, seniors, or graduate students attending an accredited institution and studying full time in biochemistry, biology, chemical engineering, chemistry, entomology, environmental science, hydrology, or environmentally related disciplines. Deadline: June 15. Minimum 2.7 GPA required. Must be a current AISES member.

Title of Award:
Environmental Protection Agency Tribal Lands Environmental Science Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Physical Sciences and Math; Chemical Engineering; Natural Sciences; Earth Science; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $4000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
6/15.

Apply to:
Scholarship Information, 505-765-1052, [email protected]

2447
AMERICAN ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION

1313 Dolly Madison Blvd.
Ste. 402
McLean, VA 22101
Tel: (703)220-6549; Fax: (703)299-9311; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.aou.org

One-time award for students without recourse to regular funding for research on any aspect of avian biology. Must be members of the American Ornithologists' Union. For more details see Web site: http://www.aou.org.

Title of Award:
American Ornithologists' Union Research Awards

Area, Field, or Subject:
Animal/Veterinary Sciences; Biology; Natural Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
29 grant(s), totaling $51,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 28. Maximum no. of awards: 30. Maximum award amount: $1800.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; reference(s); self-addressed stamped envelope.

Deadline for Receipt:
2/1.

Apply to:
M. Ross Lein, Secretary, 403-220-6549, [email protected]

2448
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS

2950 Niles Rd.
St. Joseph, MI 49085
Tel: (269)428-6336; Fax: (269)429-3852; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.asae.org

One-time award for a full-time U.S. or Canadian undergraduate who is a student member of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers and a declared major in biological or agricultural engineering. Must be at least a sophomore and have minimum 2.5 GPA. Must be interested in agricultural machinery product design or development. Write for application procedures.

Title of Award:
William J. and Marijane E. Adams, Jr. Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Agriculture

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $1,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; financial need analysis.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/15.

Apply to:
Carol Flautt, Scholarship Program, 269-428-6336, [email protected]

2449
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY

1752 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202)942-9295; Fax: (202)942-9329; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.asm.org/

Undergraduate research fellowships for students to pursue careers or advanced degrees in microbiological sciences. Students conduct a research project with an ASM member from student's institution. Accepted abstracts presented at ASM meeting. Award for sophomores and juniors.

Title of Award:
American Society for Microbiology Sustaining Member Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
17 fellowship(s), totaling $64,000.

Funds Available:
Maximum no. of awards: 16. Maximum award amount: $4000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
2/1.

Apply to:
Irene Hulede, Manager, Student Programs, 202-942-9295, [email protected]

2450
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY

1752 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202)942-9295; Fax: (202)942-9329; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.asm.org/

Summer research laboratory experience available at sites for students majoring in microbiology science. Must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents belonging to an underrepresented ethnic minority group. Write for details. Award includes $2500 stipend and travel, lodging and supplies expenses.

Title of Award:
ASM Minority Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
13 fellowship(s), totaling $52,000.

Funds Available:
Maximum no. of awards: 16. Maximum award amount: $4500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo; Asian; African American; Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
2/1.

Apply to:
Irene Hulede, Manager, Student Programs, 202-942-9295, [email protected]

2451
ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

114 East Capitol
Little Rock, AR 72201-3818
Tel: (501)371-2050; Fax: (501)371-2001; Web Site: http://www.arscholarships.com

Must be Arkansas resident enrolled full-time in approved Arkansas institution. Renewable award for students majoring in secondary math, chemistry, physics, biology, physical science, general science, special education, or foreign language. Must teach in Arkansas at least five years. Must rank in upper half of class or have a minimum 2.5 GPA.

Title of Award:
Emergency Secondary Education Loan Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Education; Physical Sciences and Math; Biology; Foreign Language; Special Education

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
45 loan(s), totaling $111,250.

Funds Available:
Maximum no. of awards: 50. Maximum award amount: $2500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/1.

Apply to:
Scholarship Contact Person, 501-371-2050.

2452
ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA WATER AGENCIES

910 K St., Ste. 100
Sacramento, CA 95814
Tel: (916)441-4545; Fax: (916)325-2316; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.acwanet.com

There are 6-8 $1500 awards available to juniors and seniors that are California residents attending California universities. Must be in a water-related field of study. Students applying can be transferring to a university from a junior college as long as they will be a junior in the fall. Applications available on the Web at http://www.acwanet.com/news_info/scholarships/index1.asp.

Title of Award:
Association of California Water Agencies Scholarships

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Biology; Civil Engineering; Environmental Science; Hydrology; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Surveying; Surveying Technology, Cartography, or Geographic Information Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
7 scholarship(s), totaling $10,500.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 6. Maximum no. of awards: 8. Minimum award amount: $1500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
4/1.

Apply to:
La Vonne Watson, Communications Coordinator, 916-441-4545, [email protected]

2453
ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA WATER AGENCIES

910 K St., Ste. 100
Sacramento, CA 95814
Tel: (916)441-4545; Fax: (916)325-2316; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.acwanet.com

The Clair A. Hill award scholarship is administered by a different member agency each year. The guidelines vary by administering agency and therefore it is best to contact ACWA for information. Generally, winner is in a water-related field of study. Must be a resident of California enrolled in a California four-year college or university.

Title of Award:
Clair A. Hill Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Biology; Civil Engineering; Environmental Science; Hydrology; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Surveying; Surveying Technology, Cartography, or Geographic Information Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $3,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $3000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
4/1.

Apply to:
La Vonne Watson, Communications Coordinator, 916-441-4545, [email protected]

2454
ASSOCIATION FOR IRON AND STEEL TECHNOLOGY

186 Thorn Hill Rd.
Warrendale, PA 15086-7528
Tel: (724)776-6040; Fax: (724)776-0430; Web Site: http://www.iss.org

Scholarship of $1000 per year for up to four years provided that applicant continues to meet requirements. Applicant must be a dependent of Ohio Valley Chapter member, or Student or Young Professional member. Applicant also must attend or plan to attend an accredited school full-time. Application deadline is January 31 of high school senior year, or of freshman fall semester.

Title of Award:
Association for Iron and Steel Technology Ohio Valley Chapter Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Engineering/Technology; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Engineering-Related Technologies; Earth Science; Environmental Science; Biology; Computer Science/Data Processing; Geography; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 2. Minimum award amount: $4000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); resume; personal statement.

Deadline for Receipt:
1/31.

Apply to:
Program Coordinator, 724-776-6040 ext. 621.

2455
ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

7008 Richard Dr.
Bethesda, MD 20817-4838
E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.awis.org/ed_foundation.html

The College Scholarship is for women who plan a career in science as a researcher and/or teacher. Applicants must be high school seniors with a GPA of 3.75 or higher and SAT scores of at least 1200. Open to U.S. citizens only.

Title of Award:
Association for Women in Science College Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Physical Sciences and Math; Engineering/Technology; Computer Science/Data Processing; Earth Science; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Nuclear Science; Mechanical Engineering; Natural Sciences; Animal/Veterinary Sciences; Chemical Engineering

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
12 scholarship(s), totaling $5,100.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 2. Maximum no. of awards: 15. Minimum award amount: $100. Maximum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: female, full-time student. High school students considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; test scores; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
1/20.

Apply to:
Barbara Filner, President, [email protected]

2456
BAT CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL

PO Box 162603
Austin, TX 78716-2603
Tel: (512)327-9721; Fax: (512)327-9724; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.batcon.org

The goal of this program is to support student research that will answer ecological or behavioral questions essential to bat conservation or management; document key ecological or economic roles of bats; or educate people who are directly relevant to conservation success. Submission of research proposal and budget required. Only senior level biology students and graduate students in biological disciplines are eligible. Application and instructions available on BCI's Web site at http://www.batcon.org/schol/schol.html. Applications are to be submitted electronically.

Title of Award:
Bat Conservation International Student Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Natural Resources; Biology; Natural Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
14 grant(s), totaling $27,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 12. Maximum no. of awards: 20. Minimum award amount: $500. Maximum award amount: $2500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; reference(s); research proposal, budget.

Deadline for Receipt:
12/15.

Apply to:
Andy Moore, Scholarship Awards Coordinator, 512-327-9721, [email protected]

2457
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S FOUNDATION

1900 M St. NW
Ste. 310
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202)293-1100; Fax: (202)861-0298; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.bpwusa.org

Scholarships of $1000 each are awarded for full or part-time study. Applicant must be studying in one of the following fields: biological sciences, teacher education certification, engineering, social science, paralegal studies, humanities, business studies, mathematics, computer science, physical sciences, or for a professional degree (JD, MD, DDS). The Career Advancement Scholarship Program was established to assist women seeking the education necessary for entry or re-entry into the work force, or advancement within a career field. Must be 25 or over. Send self-addressed double-stamped envelope between January 1 and April 1 for application.

Title of Award:
BPW Career Advancement Scholarship Program for Women

Area, Field, or Subject:
Computer Science/Data Processing; Education; Engineering/Technology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Law/Legal Services; Humanities; Physical Sciences and Math; Biology; Health and Medical Sciences; Dental Health/Services; Social Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, Vocational/Occupational, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
41 scholarship(s), totaling $41,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 100. Maximum no. of awards: 200. Minimum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: age 25 or older, female. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s); self-addressed stamped envelope.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/15.

Apply to:
Diane Thurston Frye, Academic Scholarship Consultant, 202-293-1100 ext. 183, [email protected]

2458
CALIFORNIA SEA GRANT COLLEGE PROGRAM

University of California at San Diego
9500 Gilman Dr., Department 0232
La Jolla, CA 92093-0232
Tel: (858)534-4440; Fax: (858)534-2231; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www-csgc.ucsd.edu

The scholarship provides $3000 for each of four years and is open to any high school junior or senior in California who is considering a career in marine science. Applicant must enter a marine science project in a regional or county science fair in their junior or senior year and in their senior year must have applied to (and by the following fall have enrolled in) a four-year college or university in California.

Title of Award:
John D. Issacs Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Earth Science; Engineering/Technology; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Marine Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $12,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $12000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: 16-18 years old, full-time student. High school students considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; essay; entry in a contest; photograph.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/2.

Apply to:
California Sea Grant, 858-534-4440, [email protected]

2459
CANADIAN RECREATIONAL CANOEING ASSOCIATION

446 Main St. West, PO Box 398
Merrickville, ON, Canada K0G 1N0
Tel: (613)269-2910; Fax: (613)269-2908; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.paddlingcanada.com

One-time award for Canadian citizens attending a Canadian college or university. Applicant must at least be a sophomore majoring in an outdoor recreation or environmental studies program. An academic standing of B+ (75%) is required. Applicant must be planning a career in this field. Must also provide history of past involvement and leadership as it pertains to major and career goals. Background in canoeing and kayaking is considered an asset. Application deadline is September 30.

Title of Award:
Bill Mason Memorial Scholarship Fund

Area, Field, or Subject:
Travel/Tourism; Natural Sciences; Earth Science; Marine Biology; Natural Resources; Oceanography; Recreation, Parks, Leisure Studies; Geography; Agriculture ; Anthropology; Environmental Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $743.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Maximum no. of awards: 2. Minimum award amount: $743.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to Canadian citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; birth certificate, cover letter.

Deadline for Receipt:
9/30.

Apply to:
Sue J. Hopson, Administrative Assistant, 613-269-2910, [email protected]

2460
CENTER FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF HISPANICS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION (CAHSEE)

PO Box 34102
Washington, DC 20043-4102
Tel: (202)393-0055; Fax: (202)639-8571; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.cahsee.org

Graduate students, advanced seniors, and other undergraduate students travel to Washington, D.C. for teaching and leadership seminars, then teach a five-week college-level class to motivated Latino pre-college students at the Center for Advancement of Hispanics in Science and Engineering's STEM Institutes (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) at designated universities. Housing and air travel is paid, plus stipend of $2750-$3000.

Title of Award:
CAHSEE Fellowship: Young Educators Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Aviation/Aerospace; Biology; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Science/Data Processing; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Engineering/Technology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Mechanical Engineering; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
36 fellowship(s), totaling $108,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 30. Maximum no. of awards: 36. Minimum award amount: $2750. Maximum award amount: $3500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; interview; reference(s); resume.

Deadline for Receipt:
2/1.

Apply to:
Michael A. Barboza, Programs Director, 202-393-0055, [email protected]

2461
CONNECTICUT STUDENT LOAN FOUNDATION

525 Brook St.
PO Box 1009
Rocky Hill, CT 06067
Web Site: http://www.cslf.com

An earned scholarship program available to Connecticut high school seniors who plan on studying within the fields of science or technology at an accredited Connecticut college or university. Must work within the State of Connecticut for two years following graduation.

Title of Award:
Connecticut Innovations Technology Scholar Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Chemical Engineering; Computer Science/Data Processing; Earth Science; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Engineering/Technology; Mechanical Engineering; Natural Sciences; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
63 loan(s), totaling $756,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 30. Maximum no. of awards: 70. Maximum award amount: $12000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
2/15.

2462
CONSERVATION FEDERATION OF MISSOURI

728 West Main St.
Jefferson City, MO 65101-1559
Web Site: http://www.confedmo.com

Eight scholarships of $250-$600 for Missouri students and/or teachers whose studies or projects are related to natural science, resource conservation, earth resources, or environmental protection. Must be used for study in Missouri. See application for eligibility details.

Title of Award:
Charles P. Bell Conservation Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Natural Resources; Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
3 scholarship(s), totaling $1,100.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 8. Minimum award amount: $250. Maximum award amount: $600.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
1/15.

2463
DELAWARE SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY

1128 South Bradford St.
PO Box 455
Dover, DE 19903-0455
Web Site: http://www.dswa.com

One scholarship worth $2000 per year will be awarded to a Delaware resident studying at a Delaware college or university. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years. Must be pursuing a degree in engineering, biology, or natural resources related field. For more information about this scholarship speak with your scholarship advisor.

Title of Award:
Delaware Solid Waste Authority Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Biology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Natural Resources

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $8,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $2000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

2464
EAA AVIATION FOUNDATION, INC.

PO Box 3065
Oshkosh, WI 54903-3065
Web Site: http://www.eaa.org

Must be accepted or enrolled in an accredited college, university, or postsecondary school with an emphasis on technical information. Awarded to an individual who is seeking a major and declares an intention to pursue a professional career in engineering, mathematics, or the physical/biological sciences. Deadline is March 30. $5 application fee. Please check Web site http://www.eaa.org for criteria and to download official application. Must be an EAA member.

Title of Award:
Payzer Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Engineering/Technology; Biology; Physical Sciences and Math; Aviation/Aerospace

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $5,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $5000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; test scores; essay; reference(s); application fee.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/30.

2465
FEDERATED GARDEN CLUBS OF CONNECTICUT

14 Business Park Dr.
PO Box 854
Branford, CT 06405-0854
Tel: (203)458-2784

One-time award for Connecticut residents pursuing studies in gardening, landscaping, or biology. Minimum 3.5 GPA. Application deadline is July 1.

Title of Award:
Federated Garden Clubs of Connecticut, Inc.

Area, Field, or Subject:
Landscape Architecture; Biology; Horticulture/Floriculture

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
3 scholarship(s), totaling $6,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 2. Maximum no. of awards: 5. Minimum award amount: $2000. Maximum award amount: $3000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; autobiography; test scores; financial need analysis; reference(s); self-addressed stamped envelope.

Deadline for Receipt:
7/1.

Apply to:
Mary Gray, Scholarship Chairman, 203-458-2784.

2466
GARDEN CLUB OF AMERICA

Scholarship Committee
14 East 60th St.
New York, NY 10022-1002
Web Site: http://www.gcamerica.org

Award affords a graduate student or advanced undergraduate opportunity to study tropical ornamental horticulture at an appropriate foreign institution specializing in the study of tropical plants. Application on the GCA Web site: http://www.gcamerica.org.

Title of Award:
Loy McCandless Marks Scholarship in Tropical Ornamental Horticulture

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Horticulture/Floriculture

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
College

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $2000.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; interview; reference(s); self-addressed stamped envelope.

Deadline for Receipt:
1/10.

2467
GEM CONSORTIUM

PO Box 537
Notre Dame, IN 46556-0537
Tel: (574)631-7771; Fax: (574)287-1486; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.gemfellowship.org

Renewable award for U.S. citizen who is a junior, senior, undergraduate, or baccalaureate degree recipient in an accredited engineering discipline. Must be American-Indian, Black American, Hispanic-American, or Mexican-American. Master's degree must be in same engineering discipline as bachelor's degree. Includes summer internship. Minimum 2.8 GPA required for master's students.

Title of Award:
GEM MS Engineering Fellowship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Engineering/Technology; Agriculture ; Biology; Civil Engineering; Computer Science/Data Processing; Architecture; Earth Science; Mechanical Engineering; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Nuclear Science; Electrical Engineering/Electronics

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
160 fellowship(s).

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 200. Minimum award amount: $20000. Maximum award amount: $40000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo; African American; Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; reference(s); resume; statement of purpose.

Deadline for Receipt:
11/1.

Apply to:
Forestine Jackson, Manager of Fellowship Awards, 574-631-7771, [email protected]

2468
GEM CONSORTIUM

PO Box 537
Notre Dame, IN 46556-0537
Tel: (574)631-7771; Fax: (574)287-1486; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.gemfellowship.org

Renewable award for U.S. citizen who is junior, senior, undergraduate, or baccalaureate degree recipient in accredited engineering or science discipline. Minimum 3.0 GPA required. Must be American-Indian, Black American, or Hispanic-American. Must attend GEM PhD fellowship program member university. May major in any discipline within natural sciences. Includes summer internship.

Title of Award:
GEM PhD Science Fellowship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Physical Sciences and Math; Earth Science; Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
15 fellowship(s).

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 20. Maximum no. of awards: 30. Minimum award amount: $60000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo; African American; Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; reference(s); resume; statement of purpose.

Deadline for Receipt:
11/1.

Apply to:
Forestine Jackson, Manager of Fellowship Awards, 574-631-7771, [email protected]

2469
BARRY M. GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIP AND EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION FOUNDATION

6225 Brandon Ave., Ste. 315
Springfield, VA 22150-2519
Web Site: http://www.act.org/goldwater

One-time award to college juniors and seniors who will pursue advanced degrees in mathematics, natural sciences, or engineering. Students planning to study medicine are eligible if they plan a career in research. Candidates must be nominated by their college or university. Must be U.S. citizen or resident alien demonstrating intent to obtain U.S. citizenship. Minimum 3.0 GPA required. Nomination deadline: February 1. Please visit Web site for further updates. (http://www.act.org/goldwater)

Title of Award:
Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Physical Sciences and Math; Engineering/Technology; Mechanical Engineering; Earth Science; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Nuclear Science; Biology; Natural Sciences; Applied Sciences; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Science/Data Processing

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
309 scholarship(s), totaling $3,000,000.

Funds Available:
Maximum no. of awards: 300. Maximum award amount: $7500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; autobiography; essay; reference(s); school nomination.

Deadline for Receipt:
2/1.

Apply to:
On-Campus Faculty Representative.

2470
GREAT LAKES COMMISSION

2805 South Industrial Hwy., Ste. 100
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-6791
Tel: (734)971-9135; Fax: (734)971-9150; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.glc.org

One-time award to full-time students at a college or university in the Great Lake States (IL, IN, MI, MN, NY, OH, PA, WI) or Canadian provinces of Ontario or Quebec. Must have a demonstrated interest in the environmental or economic applications of electronic communications technology, exhibit academic excellence, and have a sincere appreciation for the Great Lakes and their protection.

Title of Award:
Carol A. Ratza Memorial Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Communications; Computer Science/Data Processing; Foreign Language; Graphics/Graphic Arts/Printing; Journalism; Photojournalism/Photography; Science, Technology, and Society; TV/Radio Broadcasting; Biology; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, Vocational/Occupational, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $500.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); resume; letter of intent.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/31.

Apply to:
Michael J. Donahue, President/CEO, 734-971-9135, [email protected]

2471
HAWAIIAN LODGE, F.& A. M.

Makiki Temple
1227 Makiki St.
Honolulu, HI 96814
Tel: (808)678-2817; Fax: (808)473-6312; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.hawaiianlodge.org/

Dedicated to worthy students in the areas of engineering, sciences, Hawaiian studies, and education who would otherwise not be able to attend college.

Title of Award:
Hawaiian Lodge Scholarships

Area, Field, or Subject:
Architecture; Biology; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Science/Data Processing; Dental Health/Services; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Energy and Power Engineering; Engineering/Technology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Health and Medical Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
13 scholarship(s), totaling $13,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 4. Maximum no. of awards: 16. Minimum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; autobiography; test scores; interview; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
5/1.

Apply to:
Robert Schultz, Past Master/Trustee, 808-678-2817, [email protected]

2472
HISPANIC COLLEGE FUND, INC.

1717 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Ste. 460
Washington, DC 20006
Tel: (202)296-5400; Fax: (202)296-3774; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.hispanicfund.org

One-time scholarship award open to full-time undergraduates pursuing a degree in science, math, engineering, or NASA-related major. Must be a U.S. citizen and have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA.

Title of Award:
National Hispanic Explorers Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Aviation/Aerospace; Biology; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Communications; Computer Science/Data Processing; Earth Science; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Engineering/Technology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Food Science/Nutrition

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
127 scholarship(s), totaling $375,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 125. Maximum no. of awards: 200. Minimum award amount: $500. Maximum award amount: $5000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s); resume; college acceptance letter, copy of taxes, proof of U.S. citizenship.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/15.

Apply to:
Stina Augustsson, Program Manager, 202-296-5400, [email protected]

2473
HISPANIC ENGINEER NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS CORPORATION (HENAAC)

3900 Whiteside St.
Los Angeles, CA 90063
Web Site: http://www.henaac.org

Scholarships available to Hispanic students maintaining a 3.0 GPA. Must be studying an engineering or science related field. For more details and an application go to Web site: http://www.henaac.org

Title of Award:
Hispanic Engineer National Achievement Awards Corporation Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Aviation/Aerospace; Biology; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Science/Data Processing; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Engineering/Technology; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Mechanical Engineering; Nuclear Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
13 scholarship(s), totaling $75,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 12. Maximum no. of awards: 20. Minimum award amount: $2000. Maximum award amount: $5000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to persons of the following ethnic groups: Hispanic. Award available to the following races: Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); resume.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/23.

2474
HUDSON RIVER FOUNDATION

17 Battery Place, Ste. 915
New York, NY 10004
Tel: (212)483-7667; Fax: (212)924-8325; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.hudsonriver.org

Program supports undergraduate and graduate students conducting ecological/environmental research on the Hudson River estuary from Troy to Manhattan. Summer fellowship program only. Co-sponsored with the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation. Must be sponsored by a primary advisor.

Title of Award:
Tibor T. Polgar Fellowships

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Biology; Earth Science; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Social Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 8. Minimum award amount: $3800.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: transcript; reference(s); entry in a contest; research proposal and sponsor, budget.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/1.

Apply to:
Science Director, 212-483-7667, [email protected]

2475
INDEPENDENT LABORATORIES INSTITUTE SCHOLARSHIP ALLIANCE

1629 K St., NW
Ste. 400
Washington, DC 20006
Tel: (202)887-5872; Fax: (202)887-0021; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.acil.org

Scholarships are given to full-time undergraduate juniors or seniors, or graduate students majoring in the physical sciences: physics, chemistry, geology, engineering, biology or environ-mental science. Application deadline is April 11.

Title of Award:
Independent Laboratories Institute Scholarship Alliance

Area, Field, or Subject:
Engineering-Related Technologies; Fire Sciences; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Mechanical Engineering; Physical Sciences and Math; Applied Sciences; Biology; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Earth Science; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Engineering/Technology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
2 scholarship(s), totaling $4,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Maximum no. of awards: 2. Minimum award amount: $1000. Maximum award amount: $2000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; autobiography; essay; reference(s); self-addressed stamped envelope.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/11.

Apply to:
Janet Allen, Senior Administrator, 202-887-5872 ext. 204, [email protected]

2476
INNOVATION AND SCIENCE COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Ste. 1048 4720 Kingsway
Burnaby, BC, Canada V5H 4N2
Tel: (604)438-2752; Fax: (604)438-6564; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.scbc.org

Fellowship awarded to a graduating BC high school student who will be studying the sciences at a recognized BC post-secondary institution. Includes a six-week research experience at TRIUMF, and a CAN$3000 scholarship. Available to Canadian citizens and landed immigrants.

Title of Award:
TRIUMF High School Fellowship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Biology; Chemical Engineering; Earth Science; Physical Sciences and Math; Natural Sciences; Science, Technology, and Society; Nuclear Science; Computer Science/Data Processing

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Maximum award amount: $2228.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
1/30.

Apply to:
Dawn Wood, Assistant Programs Coordinator, 604-438-2752 ext. 269, [email protected]

2477
INNOVATION AND SCIENCE COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Ste. 1048
4720 Kingsway
Burnaby, BC, Canada V5H 4N2
Tel: (604)438-2752; Fax: (604)438-6564; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.scbc.org

CAN$20,000 award to a new recipient each year. Student must be enrolled in the sciences and have graduated high school in the Kootenay/Boundary region of British Columbia. Student must be entering 3rd year of studies at a BC or AB postsecondary institution. Available to Canadian citizens and landed immigrants.

Title of Award:
Paul and Helen Trussel Science and Technology Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Biology; Chemical Engineering; Computer Science/Data Processing; Earth Science; Geography; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Nuclear Science; Physical Sciences and Math; Science, Technology, and Society

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
2 scholarship(s), totaling $29,712.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $14856.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S., Canadian citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; autobiography; reference(s); proof of citizenship.

Deadline for Receipt:
5/31.

Apply to:
Dawn Wood, Assistant Programs Coordinator, 604-438-2752 ext. 269, [email protected]

2478
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF GREAT LAKES RESEARCH

Attn: Business Office
2205 Commonwealth Blvd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Tel: (734)665-5503; Fax: (734)741-2055; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.iaglr.org

Award given to any senior undergraduate, masters, or doctoral student who wishes to pursue a future in research, conservation, education, communication, management, or other knowledge-based activity pertaining to the Great Lakes. Deadline is March 15.

Title of Award:
Paul W. Rodgers Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Education; Earth Science; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Hydrology; Marine Biology; Environmental Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $2000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
3/15.

Apply to:
Scholarship Contact Person, 734-665-5503, [email protected]

2479
LOUISIANA OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

PO Box 91202
Baton Rouge, LA 70821-9202
Tel: 800-259-5626; Fax: (225)922-0790; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.osfa.state.la.us

For Louisiana residents attending a public college within the state studying wildlife, forestry, or marine sciences full-time. Renewable up to five years as an undergraduate and two years as a graduate. Must have at least a 2.5 GPA and have taken the ACT or SAT.

Title of Award:
Rockefeller State Wildlife Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Animal/Veterinary Sciences; Applied Sciences; Natural Resources; Marine Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
60 scholarship(s), totaling $60,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 60. Minimum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; test scores.

Deadline for Receipt:
7/1.

Apply to:
Public Information Officer, 800-259-5626 ext. 1012, [email protected]

2480
MASTER BREWERS ASSOCIATION OF THE AMERICAS

3340 Pilot Knob Rd.
St. Paul, MN 55121-2097
Tel: (651)994-3828; Fax: (651)454-0766; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.mbaa.com

Renewable award to college students entering their third year of study in a science related to the technical areas of malting and brewing. Must be a child of an MBAA member or person employed at least 5 years in the brewing industry. Minimum 3.0 GPA required.

Title of Award:
Master Brewers Association of the Americas

Area, Field, or Subject:
Food Science/Nutrition; Agriculture ; Chemical Engineering; Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
$8,000 total.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 2. Minimum award amount: $4000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to employees or relatives of employees within the following industries: brewing industry.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
2/28.

Apply to:
Linda Schmitt, Scholarship Coordinator, 651-994-3828, [email protected]

2481
MID-COAST AUDUBON SOCIETY

PO Box 862
Rockland, ME 04841
Tel: (207)633-6610; Web Site: http://www.midcoastaudubon.org

One-time award for tuition/coursework in ornithology studies. Available to residents of Mid-coast Maine. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Title of Award:
Jean Boyer Hamlin Scholarship in Ornithology

Area, Field, or Subject:
Natural Sciences; Education; Biology; Animal/Veterinary Sciences; Earth Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s).

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: age 18 or older. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; autobiography; reference(s); self-addressed stamped envelope.

Apply to:
Jo Haney, Scholarship Chair, 207-633-6610.

2482
MONTANA FEDERATION OF GARDEN CLUBS

214 Wyant Ln.
Hamilton, MT 59840
Tel: (406)363-5693; E-mail: [email protected]

Applicant must be at least a sophomore, majoring in conservation, horticulture, park or forestry, floriculture, greenhouse management, land management, or related subjects. Must be in need of assistance. Must have a potential for a successful future. Must be ranked in upper half of class or have a minimum 2.8 GPA. Must be a Montana resident and all study must be done in Montana. Deadline: May 1.

Title of Award:
Life Member Montana Federation of Garden Clubs Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Earth Science; Horticulture/Floriculture; Landscape Architecture

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $1,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: transcript; autobiography; financial need analysis; reference(s); photograph.

Deadline for Receipt:
5/1.

Apply to:
Elizabeth Kehmeier, Life Members Scholarship Chairman, 406-363-5693, [email protected]

2483
NASA IDAHO SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM

University of Idaho
PO Box 441011
Moscow, ID 83844-1011
Tel: (208)885-6438; Fax: (208)885-1399; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.uidaho.edu/nasa_isgc

Program awards a $1000 scholarship renewable for four years based on GPA (above a 3.0), area of study (science/math/engineering or math/science education), full-time status, and attending an Idaho institution. $1000 is per academic year ($500 each semester).

Title of Award:
NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Aviation/Aerospace; Biology; Chemical Engineering; Physical Sciences and Math; Computer Science/Data Processing; Earth Science; Education; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Engineering/Technology; Science, Technology, and Society; Health and Medical Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
22 scholarship(s), totaling $22,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Maximum no. of awards: 22. Minimum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; test scores; essay; reference(s); resume.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/1.

Apply to:
Jean Teasdale, Director, NASA ISGC, 208-885-6438, [email protected]

2484
NASA NEBRASKA SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM

Aviation Institute, Allwine Hall 22
6001 Dodge St.
Omaha, NE 68182-0589
Tel: (402)554-3772; Fax: (402)554-3781; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://nasa.unomaha.edu

Undergraduate and graduate students attending any of the academic affiliates in Nebraska of the NASA Nebraska Space Grant are eligible for financial assistance in the form of scholarships and fellowships. These funds assist students pursuing research with faculty or coursework in the aerospace and aeronautics fields. Must be U.S. citizen.

Title of Award:
NASA Nebraska Space Grant

Area, Field, or Subject:
Aviation/Aerospace; Computer Science/Data Processing; Biology; Transportation; Science, Technology, and Society; Earth Science; Communications; Electrical Engineering/

Electronics; Engineering/Technology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Natural Sciences; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
5 scholarship(s).

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 5. Minimum award amount: $250. Maximum award amount: $750.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; proof of citizenship.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/30.

Apply to:
Mary Fink, Coordinator, 402-554-3772, [email protected]

2485
NASA VERMONT SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM

Votey Bldg., University of Vermont
College of Engineering and Mathematics
Burlington, VT 05405-0156
Tel: (802)656-1429; Fax: (802)656-1102; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.emba.uvm.edu/vsgc

Career goals must be in area related to NASA's interest. Applicant must be resident of Vermont, U.S. citizen, and attend or plan to attend an institution within Vermont. Three scholarships are designated to Native-American recipients. Awards subject to availability of NASA funding. Deadline: March 1.

Title of Award:
Vermont Space Grant Consortium Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Engineering/Technology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Physical Sciences and Math; Aviation/Aerospace; Earth Science; Biology; Applied Sciences; Health and Medical Sciences; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Natural Sciences; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Transportation

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, Vocational/Occupational, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
10 scholarship(s).

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 10. Minimum award amount: $1500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; test scores; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
3/1.

Apply to:
Laurel Zeno, VSGC Grant Administrator/Program Coordinator, 802-656-1429, [email protected]

2486
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE

4805 Mt. Hope Dr.
Baltimore, MD 21215-3297
Tel: (410)580-5760; Fax: (410)585-1329; Web Site: http://www.naacp.org

Must be an incoming freshman at an Historically Black college or university and major in one of the following: engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, computer science or mathematical science. Freshman must be full-time student and have 2.5 minimum GPA. Award requires financial need. NAACP membership and participation is preferable. Application deadline is the last Friday in March.

Title of Award:
Louis Stokes Science and Technology Award

Area, Field, or Subject:
Engineering-Related Technologies; Chemical Engineering; Biology; Computer Science/Data Processing; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $2000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo; Asian; African American; Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; reference(s).

Apply to:
Donna Lakins, Education Department, Scholarship Request, 410-580-5760.

2487
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WATER COMPANIES

1725 K St., NW, Ste. 1212
Washington, DC 20006
Tel: (202)833-8383; Fax: (202)331-7442; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.nawc.org

Award for a graduating undergraduate senior or graduate student pursuing studies which may lead to a career in the investor owned public water supply business. Must be a U.S. citizen. Write for information and restrictions. One-time award of $5000. Must study in one of the following states: WA, RI, CA, VT, PA, NH, NY, NJ, NC, SC, MA, FL, ME, IL, CT, MO, DE, IN or OH.

Title of Award:
J.J. Barr Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Engineering-Related Technologies; Biology; Earth Science;

Business/Consumer Services; Law/Legal Services; Natural Resources

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $5,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $5000.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
4/1.

Apply to:
Carlos Villanueva, Scholarship Coordinator, 202-833-8383 ext. 11, [email protected]

2488
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WATER COMPANIESNEW JERSEY CHAPTER

c/o Gail Brady, GB Consulting Services
49 Howell Dr.
Verona, NJ 07044
Tel: (973)669-5807; Fax: (973)669-8327; E-mail: [email protected]

For college students interested in a career in the investor-owned water utility industry. Must be U.S. citizen, five-year resident of New Jersey, high school senior or enrolled in a New Jersey college or university. Must maintain a 3.0 GPA.

Title of Award:
National Association of Water Companies-New Jersey Chapter Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Engineering/Technology; Trade/Technical Specialties; Business/Consumer Services; Communications; Computer Science/Data Processing; Law/Legal Services; Biology; Economics; Earth Science; Natural Resources; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
2 scholarship(s), totaling $5,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Maximum no. of awards: 2. Minimum award amount: $2500.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
4/1.

Apply to:
Gail Brady, Scholarship Committee Chairperson, 973-669-5807, [email protected]

2489
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND

805 Fifth Ave.
Grinnell, IA 50112
Tel: (641)236-3366; Web Site: http://www.nfb.org

For legally blind full-time students planning to study architecture, engineering, law, medicine, or natural science. Must submit a letter from National Foundation of the Blind state officer with whom they have discussed their application. May reapply. Based on academic excellence, service to the community, and financial need. One-time award of $3000. Must attend school in the U.S.

Title of Award:
Howard Brown Rickard Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Architecture; Engineering/Technology; Law/Legal Services; Health and Medical Sciences; Natural Resources; Physical Sciences and Math; Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
College

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $3000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award intended for the blind. Award available to employees or relatives of employees within the following industries: community service.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; autobiography; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
3/31.

Apply to:
Peggy Elliott, Chairman, 641-236-3366.

2490
NATIONAL FISH AND WILDLIFE FOUNDATION

1120 Connecticut Ave., NW
Ste. 900
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202)857-0166; Fax: (202)857-0162; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.nfwf.org

One-time award supports and promotes innovative research or study that seeks to respond to today's most pressing conservation issues. This competitive scholarship program is designed to respond to many of the most significant challenges in fish, wildlife, and plant conservation in the United States by providing scholarships to eligible graduate and undergraduate students who are poised to make a significant contribution to the field of conservation.

Title of Award:
Budweiser Conservation Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Natural Resources; Biology; Geography; Political Science; Natural Sciences; Surveying; Surveying Technology, Cartography, or Geographic Information Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
14 scholarship(s), totaling $135,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 10. Maximum no. of awards: 20. Minimum award amount: $10000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: age 21 or older, full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); title of proposed research and a short abstract.

Deadline for Receipt:
1/18.

Apply to:
Tom Kelsch, Director, Conservation Education, 202-857-0166, [email protected]

2491
NATIONAL GARDEN CLUBS, INC.

W161 N5711 Bette Dr.
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051-5647
Web Site: http://www.gardenclub.org

One-time award for full-time students in plant sciences, agriculture and related or allied subjects. Contact Garden Club chairperson in state of residence or write for brochure.

Title of Award:
National Garden Clubs, Inc. Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Landscape Architecture; Environmental Science; Horticulture/Floriculture; Agriculture ; Earth Science; Biology; Economics

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
34 scholarship(s), totaling $119,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 31. Maximum no. of awards: 34. Minimum award amount: $3500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; reference(s); photograph; resume.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/2.

2492
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCES, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH

45 Center Dr. MSC 6200
Bethesda, MD 20892-6200
Tel: (301)496-7301; Fax: (301)402-0224; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.nigms.nih.gov

Scholarships available for minority honors students enrolled in their junior and senior years at participating U*Star universities. Must major in science with the intent to pursue their PhD or MD degrees. Specific details and application are available on Web site: http://www.nigms.nih.gov

Title of Award:
MARC Undergraduate Student Training in Academic Research U*Star Awards

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Natural Sciences; Computer Science/Data Processing

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo; Asian; African American; Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form.

Apply to:
Susan Athey, Public Affairs, 301-496-7301, [email protected]

2493
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

NIH Office of Loan Repayment and Scholarships
2 Center Dr., MSC 0230
Bethesda, MD 20892-0230
Tel: 800-528-7689; Fax: (301)480-3123; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://ugsp.info.nih.gov

The NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program offers competitive scholarships to exceptional students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to biomedical, behavioral and social science research careers at the NIH. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, nationals, or qualified permanent residents and have a minimum 3.5 GPA.

Title of Award:
NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program for Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Health and Medical Sciences; Social Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
15 scholarship(s).

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 10. Maximum no. of awards: 20. Maximum award amount: $20000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
2/28.

Apply to:
Scholarship Contact Person, 800-528-7689, [email protected]

2494
NATIONAL INVENTORS HALL OF FAME

221 South Broadway St.
Akron, OH 44308-1505
Tel: (330)849-6887; Fax: (330)762-6313; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.invent.org/collegiate

The Collegiate Inventors Competition is a national competition designed to encourage college students to be active in science, engineering, mathematics, technology, and creative invention, while stimulating their problem solving abilities. This prestigious challenge recognizes the working relationship between a student and their advisor who are involved in projects that can be patented. The prize winning undergraduate student or student-team receives a $15000 cash prize. Advisors each receive a $5000 cash prize.

Title of Award:
Collegiate Inventors Competition for Undergraduate Students

Area, Field, or Subject:
Applied Sciences; Engineering/Technology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Physical Sciences and Math; Chemical Engineering; Biology; Computer Science/Data Processing; Health and Medical Sciences; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Environmental Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Maximum no. of awards: 1. Maximum award amount: $15000.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; form on Web site.

Deadline for Receipt:
6/1.

Apply to:
Ray DePuy, Program Coordinator, 330-849-6887, [email protected]

2495
NEW JERSEY ACADEMY OF SCIENCE

Beck Hall, Room 215, 99 Ave. E
Livingston Campus
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Tel: (908)737-3668; Fax: (908)737-3666; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.njas.org

Selected New Jersey high school student research proposals will be funded up to $100 for materials. Scientific proposal must describe an originally designed experiment that will be conducted. These students must orally present the results of their research at the State Junior Academy Annual Meeting.

Title of Award:
New Jersey Academy of Science Research Grants-in-Aid to High School Students

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Chemical Engineering; Computer Science/Data Processing; Earth Science; Engineering/Technology; Health and Medical Sciences; Mechanical Engineering; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Natural Sciences; Physical Sciences and Math; Science, Technology, and Society; Social Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
College

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
22 grant(s), totaling $1,540.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 15. Maximum no. of awards: 30. Minimum award amount: $30. Maximum award amount: $100.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; reference(s); entry in a contest; proposal of scientific work to be completed.

Deadline for Receipt:
11/1.

Apply to:
Dr. Laura Lorentzen, Chairperson, Grants-in-Aid Program, 908-737-3668, [email protected]

2496
OAK RIDGE INSTITUTE FOR SCIENCE AND EDUCATION (ORISE)

M.S.-36
PO Box 117
Oak Ridge, TN 37831-0117
Tel: (865)576-7009; Fax: (865)241-9445; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.orau.gov/orise.htm

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Biological and Environmental Research (OBER), Climate Change Research Division funds the Global Change Education Program (GCEP) to promote undergraduate and graduate education/training in support of the Department's global change research activities.

Title of Award:
Global Change Education Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Physical Sciences and Math; Biology; Computer Science/Data Processing

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
21 fellowship(s).

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); resume.

Deadline for Receipt:
2/2.

Apply to:
Dr. Milton J. Constantin, Program Manager, 865-576-7009, [email protected]

2497
OREGON STUDENT ASSISTANCE COMMISSION

1500 Valley River Dr., Ste. 100
Eugene, OR 97401-7020
Tel: 800-452-8807; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.osac.state.or.us

One-time award for students majoring in forestry, biology, wildlife science or related fields indicating a serious commitment to careers in wildlife management. Must submit essay on, "Challenges of Wildlife management in coming 10 years." Submit copy of previous year's hunting license. Must be an Oregon resident attending an Oregon institution.

Title of Award:
Oregon Foundation for Blacktail Deer Outdoor and Wildlife Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Natural Resources; Natural Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 4. Minimum award amount: $500.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s); hunting license.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/1.

Apply to:
Director of Grant Programs, 800-452-8807 ext. 7395, [email protected]

2498
PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION OF CONSERVATION DISTRICTS AUXILIARY

1407 Blair St.
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648-2468
Tel: (814)696-0877; Fax: (814)696-9981; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.blairconservationdistrict.org

Award for residents of Pennsylvania who are upperclassmen pursuing a degree program in agricultural and/or environmental science, and/or environmental education. Must be studying at a two-or four-year Pennsylvania institution. Must be a U.S. citizen. Submit resume. One-time award of $500.

Title of Award:
PACD Auxiliary Scholarships

Area, Field, or Subject:
Agribusiness; Agriculture ; Horticulture/Floriculture; Natural Resources; Biology; Environmental Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $500.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $500.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; autobiography; financial need analysis; resume.

Deadline for Receipt:
6/13.

Apply to:
Margaret A. Angle, District Clerk, 814-696-0877 ext. 5, [email protected]

2499
RECREATIONAL BOATING INDUSTRIES EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

32398 Five Mile Rd.
Livonia, MI 48154-6109
Tel: (734)261-0123; Fax: (734)261-0880; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://mbia.org

Scholarships are awarded to students pursuing a degree that will eventually lead to a career in the recreational boating industry. Applicants must be residents of Michigan. Selection will be based on transcript, recommendations, an essay and financial need.

Title of Award:
Recreational Boating Industries Educational Foundation Scholarships

Area, Field, or Subject:
Travel/Tourism; Natural Resources; Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
20 scholarship(s), totaling $9,750.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 10. Maximum no. of awards: 30. Minimum award amount: $250. Maximum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
3/15.

Apply to:
Mary Sherman, Administrator, 734-261-0123, [email protected]

2500
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ELK FOUNDATION

PO Box 8249
Missoula, MT 59807
Tel: 800-225-5355; Fax: (406)523-4581; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.rmef.org

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation's (RMEF) Wildlife Leadership Awards program was established in 1990 to "recognize, encourage and promote leadership among future wildlife management professionals." RMEF Wildlife Leadership Awards will be presented to up to 10 undergraduate wildlife students. Each award carries a $2000 scholarship, and a one-year membership to the RMEF.

Title of Award:
Wildlife Leadership Awards

Area, Field, or Subject:
Natural Resources; Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
5 scholarship(s), totaling $10,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Maximum no. of awards: 10. Minimum award amount: $2000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
3/1.

Apply to:
Denise Wagner, 800-225-5355, [email protected]

2501
SOCIETY FOR INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY

Biology Department, Bowdoin College
Brunswick, ME 04011
Web Site: http://sicb.org/grants/hyman/

Scholarship provides assistance to students to take courses or to carry on research on invertebrates at a maritime, freshwater, or terrestrial field station. For more information and/or an application to go Web site: http://www.sicb.org.

Title of Award:
Libbie H. Hyman Memorial Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
1 scholarship(s), totaling $750.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $750.

Eligibility Requirements:
Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
3/3.

2502
SOCIETY OF MEXICAN AMERICAN ENGINEERS AND SCIENTISTS

7111 West Bay Area Blvd., Ste. 206
Webster, TX 77598-4051
Web Site: http://www.maes-natl.org

Grant serves as a fee waiver for the cost of testing for and applying to graduate school. Must be Mexican-American and a member of the Society of Mexican-American Engineers and Scientists, Inc. (MAES). Minimum GPA of 2.75 required. For more details and an application go to Web site: http://www.maes-natl.org.

Title of Award:
GRE and Graduate Applications Waiver

Area, Field, or Subject:
Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Engineering/Technology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Science, Technology, and Society; Applied Sciences; Biology; Aviation/Aerospace; Earth Science; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Environmental Science

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
University

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 12. Minimum award amount: $135. Maximum award amount: $235.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to persons of the following ethnic groups: Mexican. Award available to the following races: Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; test scores; essay; resume; application for graduate school.

2503
SOCIETY OF TOXICOLOGY

1821 Michael Faraday Dr., Ste. 300
Reston, VA 20190
Tel: (703)438-3115; Fax: (703)438-3113; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.toxicology.org

Travel funds are provided for members of groups underrepresented in the sciences to attend a special program at the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting. Must have a 3.0 GPA. The deadline is October 9.

Title of Award:
Minority Undergraduate Student Awards

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Health and Medical Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
32 grant(s), totaling $35,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 20. Maximum no. of awards: 50. Minimum award amount: $1000. Maximum award amount: $1500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo; African American; Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
10/9.

Apply to:
Nichelle Sankey, Program Coordinator, 703-438-3115, [email protected]

2504
SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION SOCIETY-NEW JERSEY CHAPTER

Firman East Bear Chapter, SWCS
220 Davidson Ave., 4th Floor
Somerset, NJ 08873
Tel: (732)932-9295; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.geocities.com/njswcs

Two $500 scholarships awarded annually to students attending a New Jersey accredited college or New Jersey residents attending any out-of-state college. Undergraduate students-with the exception of freshmen-are eligible. Must be enrolled in a curriculum related to natural resources. Other areas related to conservation may qualify. Deadline: April 15.

Title of Award:
Edward R. Hall Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Natural Resources; Natural Sciences; Journalism; Surveying; Surveying Technology, Cartography, or Geographic Information Science; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Horticulture/Floriculture; Earth Science; Biology; Animal/Veterinary Sciences; Agriculture ; Agribusiness

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 2. Minimum award amount: $500.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; financial need analysis; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
4/15.

Apply to:
Chapter President, 732-932-9295, [email protected]

2505
SOUTHWEST STUDENT SERVICES CORPORATION

PO Box 41595
Mesa, AZ 85274
Tel: (480)461-6566; Fax: (480)461-6595; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.sssc.com

Three $1,000 scholarships are awarded annually to undergraduate students of junior or senior standing who are pursuing a program of study in Education, Social Sciences, or the Health Sciences, at designated Arizona institutions.

Title of Award:
Anne Lindeman Memorial Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Education; Social Sciences; Social Services; Nursing; Biology; Dental Health/Services; Food Science/Nutrition; Health and Medical Sciences; Special Education; Therapy/Rehabilitation

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
3 scholarship(s), totaling $3,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 3. Minimum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); resume.

Deadline for Receipt:
4/1.

Apply to:
Linda Walker, Community Outreach Representative, 480-461-6566, [email protected]

2506
TKE EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

8645 Founders Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46268-1393
Tel: (317)872-6533; Fax: (317)875-8353; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.tkefoundation.org

One-time award of $350 given to a full-time undergraduate member of Tau Kappa Epsilon who has demonstrated leadership within chapter, campus, and community. Must be earning a degree in education or science and planning to become a teacher or pursue a profession in science. Recent head and shoulders photograph must be submitted with application. Minimum 3.0 GPA required.

Title of Award:
Carrol C. Hall Memorial Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Education; Physical Sciences and Math; Biology; Meteorology/Atmospheric Science; Earth Science; Applied Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Minimum award amount: $350.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: male, full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; photograph.

Deadline for Receipt:
5/15.

Apply to:
Tim Taschwer, President/CEO, 317-872-6533, [email protected]

2507
TURF AND ORNAMENTAL COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION

120 West Main St., Ste. 200
PO Box 156
New Prague, MN 56071
Tel: (952)758-6340; Fax: (952)758-5813; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.toca.org

One-time award for undergraduate students majoring or minoring in technical communications or a green industry field such as horticulture, plant sciences, botany, or agronomy. The applicant must demonstrate an interest in using this course of study in the field of communications. Minimum 3.0 GPA required in major area of study.

Title of Award:
Turf and Ornamental Communicators Association Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Horticulture/Floriculture; Biology

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
2 scholarship(s), totaling $2,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 2. Minimum award amount: $1000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); portfolio; resume.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/1.

Apply to:
Den Gardner, Executive Director, 952-758-6340, [email protected]

2508
MORRIS K. UDALL FOUNDATION

130 South Scott Ave., Ste. 3350
Tucson, AZ 85701-1922
Web Site: http://www.udall.gov

One-time award to full-time college sophomores or juniors for study of the environment and related fields. Must be nominated by college. Minimum GPA of at least "B" or the equivalent. Must be U.S. citizen, a permanent resident alien or U.S. national.

Title of Award:
Morris K. Udall Scholars

Area, Field, or Subject:
Natural Resources; Earth Science; Agriculture ; Biology; History; Political Science; Nuclear Science; Geography

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College

Funds Available:
Maximum no. of awards: 110. Minimum award amount: $350. Maximum award amount: $5000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; essay; reference(s); nomination.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/3.

2509
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22031
Web Site: http://www.uncf.org

Scholarship available for students majoring in pre-medicine, biology, or health at a UNCF member college or university. Minimum 3.0 GPA required. Prospective applicants should complete the Student Profile found at Web site: http://www.uncf.org.

Title of Award:
Earl and Patricia Armstrong Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Health and Medical Sciences

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Maximum award amount: $3000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to the following races: African American.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form.

Apply to:
Program Services Department.

2510
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22031
Web Site: http://www.uncf.org

Scholarship awarded to undergraduate freshman, sophomore, or junior enrolled in a UNCF member college or university or one of the following institutions: University of Minnesota, Iowa State University, North Carolina A&T State University, and University of Wisconsin-Madison. Please visit Web site for more information: http://www.uncf.org.

Title of Award:
Cargill Scholarship Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Accounting; Computer Science/Data Processing; Chemical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Biology; Agriculture ; Animal/Veterinary Sciences; Food Science/Nutrition

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $5000.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; financial need analysis; FAFSA, SAR.

Deadline for Receipt:
3/15.

Apply to:
Program Services Department.

2511
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22031
Web Site: http://www.uncf.org

Award for a student with strong interest in the Biological Science field. Those enrolled in Nursing and Pharmacy may also apply. Please visit Web site for more information: http://www.uncf.org.

Title of Award:
Ostina and Herman Hartfield Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Chemical Engineering; Biology; Pharmacy; Nursing

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Maximum no. of awards: 1. Maximum award amount: $2500.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to the following races: African American.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; financial need analysis; FAFSA, SAR.

Apply to:
Program Services Department.

2512
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22031
Web Site: http://www.uncf.org

Scholarships for UNCF students from Pennsylvania interested in environmental careers. A paid summer internship is included in this award. Minimum 2.5 GPA required. Prospective applicants should complete the Student Profile found at Web site: http://www.uncf.org.

Title of Award:
Heinz Environmental Fellows Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $7500.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: African American.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; financial need analysis.

Apply to:
Program Services Department.

2513
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22031
Web Site: http://www.uncf.org

Scholarships available to African American students who reside in the Philadelphia metropolitan community. Must attend a UNCF institution, Cheyney University, or Lincoln University. Must be pursuing a degree in business, accounting, engineering, chemistry, biology, computer science, or physics. See Web site for details. http://www.uncf.org.

Title of Award:
PECO Energy Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Accounting; Business/Consumer Services; Biology; Computer Science/Data Processing; Engineering/Technology; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Maximum award amount: $3000.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to the following races: African American.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; financial need analysis; FAFSA, SAR.

Deadline for Receipt:
10/15.

Apply to:
Program Services Department.

2514
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22031
Web Site: http://www.uncf.org

Open to minority students enrolled in UNCF schools and other HBCU's. Minimum 3.0 GPA required and major in business, finance, chemistry, microbiology, human resources, law, pre-veterinary medicine, animal science, supply chain management, or organizational development. Must be rising college junior, senior, graduate student, or first-year law student. Must complete internship at Pfizer location. Prospective applicants should complete the Student Profile found at Web site: http://www.uncf.org.

Title of Award:
UNCF/Pfizer Corporate Scholars Program

Area, Field, or Subject:
Business/Consumer Services; Biology; Animal/Veterinary Sciences; Chemical Engineering; Law/Legal Services

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Maximum award amount: $15000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to the following races: Native American/Eskimo; Asian; African American; Hispanic.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; financial need analysis.

Deadline for Receipt:
1/31.

Apply to:
Program Services Department.

2515
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22031
Web Site: http://www.uncf.org

Must be nominated by financial aid director at the UNCF college. Scholarships for students with 3.0 GPA pursuing science-based or health-related careers. Must be New Jersey resident. Please visit Web site for more information: http://www.uncf.org.

Title of Award:
Wyeth Scholarship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Health and Medical Sciences; Physical Sciences and Math; Business/Consumer Services; Biology; Pharmacy

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Four Year College, University

Funds Available:
Minimum award amount: $5000.

Eligibility Requirements:
High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens. Award available to the following races: African American.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; financial need analysis.

Deadline for Receipt:
2/6.

Apply to:
Program Services Department.

2516
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

Office of Environmental Education
1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW (1704A)Washington, DC 20460
Tel: 800-358-8769; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://www.epa.gov/enviroed/students.html

Undergraduate fellowships available for college juniors and seniors. Must attend a summer internship between junior and senior year. Fellowships may only be used at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Sensitive Institutions, and Tribal Colleges. Deadline is January 6. See Web site for details. http://www.epa.gov

Title of Award:
Environmental Protection Agency Greater Research Opportunities Undergraduate Fellowships

Area, Field, or Subject:
Environmental Science; Physical Sciences and Math; Biology; Engineering-Related Technologies; Engineering/Technology; Computer Science/Data Processing

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
University

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 15. Maximum award amount: $17000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: transcript; reference(s); self-addressed stamped envelope.

Deadline for Receipt:
1/6.

Apply to:
Sheri Jojokian, Environmental Education Specialist, 800-358-8769, [email protected]

2517
WYOMING NASA SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM

PO Box 3905, University of Wyoming
Laramie, WY 82071-3905
Tel: (307)766-2862; Fax: (307)766-2652; E-mail: [email protected]; Web Site: http://wyomingspacegrant.uwyo.edu

Fellowship for undergraduate students. Principal objective of fellowship is to provide students with positive rewarding research experience. Awards can be used for summer or academic year research in Wyoming. Awards are to provide student salary for research done with a faculty supervisor. Quality of proposal and scientific merit of project are part of the selection criteria. Applicant must submit verification of U.S. citizenship.

Title of Award:
Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Area, Field, or Subject:
Biology; Applied Sciences; Aviation/Aerospace; Civil Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Earth Science; Electrical Engineering/Electronics; Engineering-Related Technologies; Materials Science, Engineering, and Metallurgy; Mechanical Engineering; Natural Sciences; Physical Sciences and Math

Level of Education for which Award is Granted:
Two Year College, Four Year College, University

Number and Amount Awarded Last Calendar Year:
4 fellowship(s), totaling $12,000.

Funds Available:
Minimum no. of awards: 1. Maximum no. of awards: 10. Minimum award amount: $3000. Maximum award amount: $5000.

Eligibility Requirements:
Applicant must be: full-time student. High school students not considered. Award available to U.S. citizens.

Application Requirements:
Required: application form; transcript; interview; essay; reference(s).

Deadline for Receipt:
2/18.

Apply to:
Kathleen Harper, Associate Director, 307-766-2862, [email protected]

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