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For a student interested in a career in research this is a great opportunity!
Go to https://ugsp.nih.gov/home.asp?m=00 for information and the application. This is a continuing program so if someone can't get an application together for this year we can expect that it will be available again next year with a similar deadline and I will try to get the info out about it more quickly in the future.
If a student is interested but does not qualify as disadvantaged, there are other training programs through the NIH at www.training.nih.gov.
NSF fellowship ($30,000/yr. for 2 years) for Ph.D studies in coastal and marine sciences and policy at the University of Rhode Island.
Their website is http://www.ci.uri.edu/ciip/.
The Association for Women in Science (AWIS), Seattle area chapter, awards 5-8 scholarships at the beginning of every school year to women who are entering their junior or senior year of college that year and are majoring in a science, math, or engineering field.
Scholarship application and a description of the scholarship program are available at http://www.seattleawis.org/programs.htm#scholarship.
U.S. Department of Education Announces Academic Grants for Students.
Academic Competitiveness Grants Under the Academic Competitiveness Grants program, grants will be available to students in their first and second years of college. Congress has established that an eligible first-year student may receive up to $750 and eligible second-year students may receive up to $1,300. In order to be eligible, students must have completed a rigorous secondary school program of study and be enrolled in or accepted at a two- or four-year degree-granting institution of higher education.
National SMART Grants Under the National SMART Grants program, up to $4,000 will be available to eligible students in their third and fourth years of college and pursuing a major in mathematics, physical sciences, life sciences, computer sciences, technology, engineering, or a critical need foreign language. Students must have a cumulative 3.0 college GPA. Federal guidelines provide students and institutions of higher education with information about which eligible postsecondary majors will qualify students for grants.
*Guidelines are posted on the Federal Student Aid website: http://www.studentaid.ed.gov/PORTALSWebApp/students/english/SmartGrants.jsp
*More information is available at: http://www2.ed.gov/programs/smart/index.html.
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