A few places where you can find Scholarships.
International Scholarships Marie Curie Actions European Research Council Federal Student Aid SchoolGrantsGuide College Scholarship Search Find a Masters Guide to European Population Assistance Funding Research Corporation for Science Advancement
Browse the scienceabout.info's archive for Scholarships.
I have found 25 results for the term "scholarship" in the entire database.
1. ASM Materials Camp - Teachers CampsSupported by individual contributions, the ASM Materials Education Foundation and ASM International collaborate to provide exciting opportunities for young people, encouraging them to pursue careers in materials, science and engineering.
View the ASM Materials Education Foundation Group on Facebook
View an overview presentation about the Foundation (Microsoft PowerPoint)
Students are encouraged to learn more about many exciting ASM Foundation programs including ASM Materials Camps, student scholarships, grants, leadership training and contests. High school seniors can search for materials science and engineering programs offered by North American colleges and universities.
Educators specializing in STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) can attend a FREE 40-hour materials science workshop designed to make science more exciting and fun. Learn more about applying for grants and awards, and exchange ideas in the educators forum and find helpful resources for curriculum and classroom activities.
2. Australian National University - Research School of ChemistryThe purpose of this scholarship is to attract Australian and New Zealand students of high calibre to pursue postgraduate research within the Research School of Chemistry. The scholarship provides for payment of a supplementary stipend to an outstanding holder of an APA or ANU Chemistry PhD scholarship or other stipend allowance scholarship for the duration of that scholarship.
3. Australian National University - Research School of Earth SciencesSince January 2008 the Research School of Earth Sciences (RSES) incorporates the former Department of Earth and Marine Sciences of the Faculty of Science and now provides teaching at undergraduate and graduate levels, and higher degree research programs within a world-class institution. The Research School now has two locations. The main administration and much of the research facilities are housed in the Jaeger Building (Building 61). Teaching activities are concentrated at the D.A. Brown Building (Building 47), which is about 10 minutes away by foot. A new building is planned for completion at the beginning of 2012 in the Jaeger complex, which will enable co-location of all RSES activities.
ANU Geosciences has been rated as the top university program in Australia and in the top ten of its class in the world. RSES is a leader in research into the physics, chemistry, material properties and environmental conditions of the Earth. RSES offers a variety of opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. We also provide great research projects, with well-supported scholarships for living expenses and travel opportunities.
4. Columbia University - Department of HistoryTHE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY is one of the leading centers of historical scholarship in the world. Our faculty of approximately 50 faculty members -together with colleagues in the Department of History at Barnard College, and historians in other affiliated departments in the University- studies all aspects of human history, from ancient to contemporary societies, across the entire globe. Each year, our community comprises about 200 graduate students and 250 undergraduate majors and concentrators.
5. Concordia University - PhD in ChemistryStudents wishing to enter the Ph.D. program should hold a M.Sc. degree or its equivalent from a recognized university. Outstanding students who have maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or greater in their last two years of study and those with external scholarships (NSERC, CHIR, FQRSC) may also apply to the Ph.D. program directly from their B.Sc. program. Evidence will be required that the applicant is capable of undertaking substantial original research. The Ph.D. program (90 credits) generally requires about four years to complete. It is also possible to carry out Ph.D. studies on a CO-OP basis with the collaboration of an employer.
6. Georgia Institute of Technology - School of Materials Science and EngineeringThe School of Materials Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech is one of the strongest in the world with 55 thesis sponsoring faculty. Our undergraduate and graduate programs are routinely ranked among the nations leading programs by U.S. News and World Report. We offer degrees in Materials Science and Engineering at the bachelor's, master's and Ph.D. levels.
Our undergraduate students have research experience before graduating with most receiving a scholarship. Graduate students receive financial assistance in the form of graduate fellowships and assistantships.
Our students are active in professional organizations such as the Georgia Tech Chapters of the American Ceramic Society, ASM International, TMS, MRS, Society of Plastics Engineers, Phi Psi, Keromos and several other honor societies. View program statistics and highlights.
7. Harvard University - Faculty of Arts and SciencesHarvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) is dedicated to delivering an unparalleled student experience, redefining liberal arts education for the 21st century, and advancing knowledge for solutions and scholarship. The FAS is also committed to an open Harvard and student aid by making a Harvard education accessible to students from all backgrounds.
Founded in 1890, the FAS is the largest division of the University and comprises Harvard College and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, including undergraduate and graduate admissions; the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences; and the Division of Continuing Education, including the Extension and Summer Schools. The FAS also encompasses academic resources such as libraries and museums, as well as campus resources and athletics.
8. Microsoft Research PhD scholarshipThe PhD scholarship Programme recognises and supports exceptional students who show the potential to make an outstanding contribution to science and computing. This programme supports PhD students in computing and those working at the intersection of computing and other sciences.
9. MIT - Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyThe mission of MIT is to advance knowledge and educate students in science, technology and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century — whether the focus is cancer, energy, economics or literature (learn more about MIT's current initiatives).
10. MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology - EngineeringMassachusetts Institute of Technology's School of Engineering believes in the future.
Everything is changing, and the people making these changes are engineers: we make things, and we make things better. Our collective challenges are steep, and they are global. Improved systems and tools for generating energy, protecting our fragile environment, and protecting us from disease have the potential to improve the lived experience of people from all corners of the planet. Narrow approaches make for small solutions. MIT's strategy for addressing global challenges is to approach them on their own terms. By welcoming the widest range of knowledge, experience, and expertise under a single intellectual roof, our faculty, researchers, and students attack problems-and solve them-on the grandest scale.
Founded in 1861, MIT and its School of Engineering have a proud history of influencing the world through technological leadership and research innovation. MIT is one of the world's preeminent research universities: renowned for rigorous academic programs in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship; cutting-edge research; a diverse campus community; and a longstanding commitment to working with the public and private sectors to bring new knowledge to bear on the world's complex challenges.
The School of Engineering educates about 60 percent of MIT's undergraduates and 45 percent of our graduate students. Just over a third of MIT's faculty are in the School.