Students enrolled full-time in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics are eligible for the following scholarships.
This scholarship is to benefit full-time female students in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics who have made a commitment to pursuing a career in the sciences. Candidates must have earned a minimum of 48 credits toward a degree in the following programs: Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Geoscience, and Physics with a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average.
Awarded to an outstanding science major enrolled full time; recipient will be selected by the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
Awarded to a student enrolled in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics who has successfully completed at least 30 credit hours and achieved a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average.
Awards are given, one each for students moving into their sophomore, junior, and senior years. The Dean’s scholarships will be awarded to an outstanding science major, enrolled full-time in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics with a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher. Financial need as well as academic performance will be factored into the selection process.
Awards are given to support undergraduate research and presentation of such research projects, results, or finding at academic or professional symposia or conferences. Funds may be used to support expense of research supplies, fees, or other research-related expenses, presentation materials, travel expenses, or other expenses related to making presentations. Application must include: a brief description of the research project written by the applicant, and a letter of support from the faculty member supervising the student's research project.
Scholarship awards for AY 2016–17 have already been given out. Information on awards for AY 2017-18, including how to apply, will be posted at the start of the spring semester.
This program encourages students majoring in STEM disciplines to include additional mathematics in their degree program. Each year, need-based scholarship funds support 10 new junior or senior undergraduate students who add a minor in a mathematical area to their science major or who major in a mathematical area. Additionally, five or six new graduate students are supported in the MS in Applied Mathematics program.
Follow this link for more details on the S-COAM scholarship program.
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