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Ethnicity or RaceYear in SchoolField/Area$AmountCitizenship RequirmentFinancial Need RequirementAdditional Notes
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Accounting ScholarshipsVariesVariesAccountingVariesUnsureUnsureSee specific scholarships for details.
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AHA Institutional Award for Undergraduate Student TrainingThe institution is strongly encouraged to recruit students from racial and ethnic groups that are underrepresented in science (Black/African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Pacific Islander).Junior or senior.Any research field.$6,000 stipend + up to $3,000 for travelMust be a United States citizen, or foreign national holding a student, exchange, or permanent resident visaNo
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Alpha Kappa Alpha ScholarshipAnyCollege sophormore and above.AnyUnspecifiedn/aYes and NoGraduate fellowships also available.
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American Physical Society and IBM internshipsUnderrepresented minoritiesUndergraduateSTEM~$8000 or more Citizenship not required, but students must be attending US institutionsNoTwo separate scholarships— one for women, one for underrepresented minorities. Those that identify as both can apply to both.
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Amgen Scholars Asian Programs (China, Japan, Singapore)AnyCompleted at least 1 year of schooling.VariesVariesInternational students allowedNoEach host institution has its own application process.
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Amgen Scholars ProgramAnyCrrently enrolled in a U.S. undergraduate program.Interested in careers in Biological and Biomedical Science.VariesUS or Perm Resd.NoNo chapter at NCSU.
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AppZen STEM ScholarshipBlack/African AmericanBe high school seniors or graduates, or current postsecondary undergraduates, who plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university for the entire upcoming academic year.STEM$3,000UnsureNo
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Argonne National Lab Research AidesAnyCurrently enrolled full-time at an accredited institution and have completed at least one semester of schooling.STEM Salaries are competitive and are based upon the field of study and academic year status of the student. MaybeNo
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Barry Goldwater ScholarshipAnyFull-time matriculated sophomore or junior pursuing a degree at an accredited 2- or 4-year institution of higher education; plus intend to pursue a research career in a natural science, mathematics or engineering.Chemistry, Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering, Engineering, Geosciences, Life Sciences, Materials Research, Mathematical Sciences, Physics and Astronomy, and PsychologyAmount equal to the cost of tuition, mandatory fees, books, and room and board minus the amount of support provided for by other sources (up to a maximum of $7.500 per full academic year).
Scholars who receive the award as sophomores can expect to receive support for a maximum of two years (4 semesters) or until graduation, if sooner.
Scholars who receive the award as juniors can expect to receive support for a maximum of one year (2 semesters) or until graduation, if sooner.
US citizens or nationals (not Perm Rest.)-dual citizenship okayNoCannot directly apply, must be nominated by universitalk with universiy. Talk with the University Fellowships Office for information on how to be nominated.
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BESTRacial and ethnic minority groups, disadvantaged backgrounds, and students with disabilities At least one year of university or community college.Biostatistics, and Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease Research$2800 + money to offset food and travel, free housing if from outside NYUS or Perm Resd.No, though disadvantaged students fall under the groups that can apply
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BHW ScholarshipAnyUndergraduates and master's students.STEM$3,000International students allowedNoFor women in STEM.
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Bruins in GenomicsAnyUndergraduate students, preference will be given to students planning to apply to graduate school in the coming 2 cycles.Interest in reading and analyzing genes and genomes.$4,600Students on F-1 VisaNo
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Caltech Waves FellowsAnySophomores, juniors, or non-graduating seniors.Any$7,100/10wks. + a $2,300 on-campus housing and travel supplementDACA allowedNo
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Coca Cola ScholarshipsAnyEnrolled in eligible community college.AnyVariesn/aNoHigh school scholarship also available.
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Cold Spring Harbor LabAnyCurrent sophomores and juniors, or the equivalent, are eligible. Molecular Biology and cancer, Genetics and genomics, Neuroscience, Plant Biology, and Quantitative Biology$6,000 + room and boardInternational students allowedNo
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Crack the DATAnyJuniorPre-dentalUp to $1,000n/aFinancial need is considered
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Dolores Zohrab Liebmann FundAnyGraduate student attending an accredited and designated institution of higher education within the United States.Any recognized field of study in the Humanities, Social Sciences or Natural Sciences (including Law, Medicine, Engineering, Architecture, or other formal professional training).Cover the cost of tuition and provide an annual $18,000 stipend for living expenses.US CitizenYes
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Dr Pepper Tuition GiveawayAnyNo requirements as long as 18-24.AnyUp to $100,000 in tuitionUS or Perm Resd.NoMust be 18-24.
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Entry Point!AnyUndergraduates or graduate students.STEMVariesMust be living in the US and authorized to workNoMust have a documented apparent or non-apparent disability.
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Gates Millennium Scholars ProgramBlack/African American, Hispanic or Latino, Native American/Alaskan Native; or Asian Pacific IslanderEnrolling (for first time) in an accredited institution or pursuing a high school diploma.Any + Computer Science, Education, Engineering, Library Science, Mathematics, Public Health, or Science (for graduate school)VariesUS or Perm Resd.YesScholars can apply for graduate school funding.
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Generation Google Scholarship (North America)Any (BIPOC strongly encouraged)Full time undergraduate.Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a closely related technical field.$10,000UnsureYes
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Gionndrea Pugi ScholarshipItalian descentBe currently enrolled college undergraduates planning to continue full-time study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university, or vocational-technical school for the entire upcoming academic year.Medicine or Biology$5,000UnsureNo
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GoodRx Scholarship for Future Black PhysiciansBlack/African AmericanUndergraduates (includes recent graduates).Future healthcare professionals.$5,000Unsure No
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Google-Lime Scholarship for students with disabilitiesAnyFull time undergraduate.Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or a closely related technical field.$10,000UnsureNoFor people with a visible or invisible disability.
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Harry S. Truman Scholarship SiteAnyCollege junior or senior-level standing in third year.Open, but for interest in public service-oriented careers$30,000 US CitizenUnsureRequires faculty nomination.
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Health Professions Scholarship Program (through the Army)AnyIn progress or completed bachelors.Pursuing healthcare.• Full tuition for up to four years, depending on specialty
• Funding for books, equipment, and other school fees
• Monthly stipend of $2,608
• Up to a $20,000 sign-on bonus, plus officer’s pay during school breaks
• Salary increases with promotions, time in service, and cost-of-living adjustments
US CitizenNoMust be active duty status in the Army.
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Hispanic Scholarship FundHispanicEnrolled.Any$500-$5,000U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, or DACA Based on relative need
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Hope ScholarshipsBlack/African American, Hispanic or Latino, or Native AmericanRising sophomore, junior, or senior and enrolled in an accredited college or university.Any$1,000 n/aYesScholarship winners are not able to reapply in subsequent years.
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Hosa scholarshipAnyUnsureHealth related fields.variesUnsureUnsure
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Indian Health Service (3 scholarship offerings)Recipients must be a member or descendant of a federally recognized, state-recognized or terminated American Indian Tribe or Alaska Native villageDepends on scholarship.Interest in a health profession.Varies, at least $1,500/monthUS CitizenNo
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INROADS InternshipAnyEnrolled full time at accredited institution (at least 1 summer or 27 credit hours remaining before graduating).Business, Finance, Accounting, Economics, Engineering (STEM), Supply Chain Management, Computer Science/MIS, Healthcare, Retail Management, and Liberal ArtsVariesMust be able to workn/aInternship with scholarship opportunities.
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International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association ScholarshipAnyPlanning to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college or university for the entire upcoming academic year.Transportation-related degreeUp to $5,000Open to students worldwideNo
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Jackie Robinson Foundation ScholarshipAnyGraduating high school senior.Any$28,000/4yrs.US CitizenYes
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Kurz Industrial Solutions Wind Energy Scholarship FundAnyRising sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student.Passionate and invested in wind energy.$1,000n/aNo
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Lockheed Martin STEM ScholarshipAnyHigh school seniors and undergraduates.Engineering, Physics, and Math$10,000US CitizenDemonstrated financial need
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Loma Linda SURFAnySophomores and seniors.STEM (biomedical research)Up to $600/wk for 8 weeksInternational students allowed No
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Marine Corps ScholarshipsAnyBefore first college degree.AnyVariesUS CitizenYesMust be child of US miliary personnel (see site for more details).
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McDonald's ScholarshipsAnyHigh school senior.AnyVariesn/aYesDifferent ones availble for different students.
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Microsoft Scholarship ProgramAny Note: "Because we greatly value a broad range of perspectives and contributions, a large majority of our scholarships will be awarded to female students, underrepresented minority students (African-American, Hispanic/Latino or Native American etc.) or students with disabilities. "Enrolled full time at 4-year Institution in the United States, Canada, or Mexico.Computer Science and Related STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) DisciplinesVariesn/aYes
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Minority Scholarships (doctoral student in accounting)Black/African American, Hispanic or Latino, or Native AmericanApplied to graduate school.Accounting$12,000 US or Perm Resd.No
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National Assoc. of Black Journalists Scholarships (NABJ)Black/African AmericanEnrolled full time at an accredited institution.Journalism or a Communications-related discipline with an interest in pursuing a journalism career.$1500 or $2500US or Foreign-bornNoMust be a NABJ Member. High school scholarship also available.
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National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship ProgramAnyGraduating senior or within first two years of graduate school.Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Astrodynamics, Biomedical Engineering, Biosciences (includes toxicology), Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Cognitive, Neural, and Behavioral Sciences (Note:PsyD programs are not eligible), Computer and Computational Sciences, Electrical Engineering, Geosciences (includes terrain, water, and air), Materials Science and Engineering (including Materials for Extreme Environments), Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering (includes undersea systems), Oceanography (includes ocean acoustics, remote sensing, and marine meteorology), Physics (including optics), and Space Physics$40,800 annuallyUS citizens or nationals (not Perm Rest.)-dual citizenship okayNo
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National Federation of Republican WomenAnyUndergraduates and master's students.Any$2,500UnsureNo
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Navisite's Next Steminist ScholarshipAnyCurrent high school senior or graduate, or current college undergraduate enrolled or planning to enroll full-time in undergraduate study at an accredited four-year college/university for the entire upcoming academic year. STEM$10,000US or Perm Resd.NoFor women in STEM.
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NeuroscholarsAnyCurrent sophomores and juniors, or the equivalent, are eligible. Neuroscience, Physiological Sciences, Psychobiology and other Neurobiology-related fields.$5,000Non-US citizens accepted, no proof of citizenship requiredNo
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NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)-can apply as a senior undergraduate!AnyGraduating senior or early career graduate student (can apply once as an undergraduate and once as a graduate student).Any non-human health STEM project. $37,000 stipend and $12,000 cost of education allowance per year for 3 yearsUS or Perm Resd.No
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PeproTech Diversity ScholarshipSelf-identify as a minority candidate, including but not limited to LGBTQIA+, African-American/Black, Hispanic/Latino, or Native American;Any full-time college student with at least one year left (includes seniors about to do a 5th year) or senior in high school planning to enroll in college the following year.Sciences, plus planning to pursue a scientific career.Up to $40,000n/aNoGrade Point Average 3.0 or higher.
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Pre-med scholarship (MedSchoolCoach)AnyJuniors, seniors, or recent college graduates.PremedOne Gold Award ($12,440 value), Two Silver Awards ($3,100 value each)US CitizenDemonstrated financial need, based on family income or previous financial aid eligibility.
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R&D Systems Scholarship ApplicationAnyStudying in a college/university within the US, Canada, and European Countries (bachelors, graduate, or associate-level studies).Most science-related majors, except Computer Sciences, Electrical Engineering, etc are NOT eligible majors for this scholarship.$1,500 n/aNoMust have a major declared in a science related field (Life Science, Medical Science, Health Science).
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Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement (RISE) to the Postdoctorate ProgramUnderrepresented minorities Undergraduates or graduate students.Biomedical disciplines.Accepted Ph.D. students to this program will receive the following for up to 3 years pending student progress:
• 12-month stipend (at the current NIH NRSA stipend levels)
• Tuition support (up to 5 credit hours per semester)
• Health insurance reimbursement
• Funding for supplies (minimum of $2000/yr)
• Funding for travel to conferences within the USA (maximum of $1000/yr)
• Funding for childcare (maximum of $2500/yr)
All appointments and benefits are contingent on the availability of external funds.
Citizens or non-citizensNoFor NMSU Ph.D applicants.
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REU Biology Program @ The American Museum of Natural HistoryAnyEntering or continuing in an associates or baccalaureate degree program following their summer internship.Research projects that span diverse fields of Comparative Biology including Paleontology, Genomics, Population Biology, Conservation Biology, and Phylogenetics and Taxonomy$6,000 traineeship stipend + per diem costs for housing and meals + relocation expenses and transportation subsidiesU.S. citizens, U.S. nationals or permanent residents of the United StatesNo
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Rhodes Scholarships at OxfordAnyJunior on time to graduate before October following election, and 18-24 years old.AnyTuition, fees, personal stipend, and airfare (at the beginning and end of program)US or Perm Resd. + Several Countries: http://www.rhodeshouse.ox.ac.uk/about/rhodes-countriesNoLink given for US applicants, other countries' citizens may apply if eligible.
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RIPS-LAAnyCurrently enrolled or recent graduate.Mathematics$3,500 + travel allowance + housing and most mealsDomestic and international students are eligibleNo
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Ron Brown Scholar ProgramBlack/African AmericanRising high school junior or senior.Any$40,000/4yrs.US or Perm Resd.Yes
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Science Ambassador ScholarshipAnyUndergraduate as of fall after deadline.Any STEM.Full tuition for up to 4 yearsNo Citizenship RequirementsNoFor any women or non-binary individuals.
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Siemens Foundation PATH Ingenuity FellowshipsAnyUndergraduates or graduate students.STEM (with health focus); Desireable degree foci: Biomedical Engineering, Biochemistry, Biomedical Technology, Biological Sciences, Biotechnology, and Mathematical Modeling$9000 + housing and traveln/an/aSummer working/internship-like program.
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Society of Women Engineers Scholarships (multiple)AnyUndergraduates and master's students (varies by scholarship).EngineeringVariesVariesVariesFor women-multiple scholarships available.
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Sophomore Early Research Program @ Wellesley CollegeAny, with preference for students who had little opportunity for research in high school, and who are from one or more of the following backgrounds: first-generation college student; low-income college student; or from racial/ethnic groups traditionally underrepresented in the natural or social sciences (i.e Black/African American, Latinx, Indiginous, Pacific Islander, Southeast Asian). SophomoresNatural or Social Sciences$2,100 n/aNo
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SPUR at University of Oregon AnySophomores, juniors, and seniors that have extra semesters to complete are eligible.Have interest in pursuing an advanced degree in the life sciences, in the pursuit of a research career.Stipend + housingBe a US Citizen or Permanent Resident with a Green CardNo
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State Farm Insurance Achievment ScholarshipsAnyHigh school senior.AnyVariesn/aYes and No
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SURF at DrexelAnySophomores and juniors.Biochemistry of health and disease, Molecular and cell biology and genetics, Neuroscience, Microbiology and immunology, and Pharmacology and physiology$3,000MaybeNo
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Tylenol ScholarshipsAnySophomores and above, including graduate students, (all with 1 or more years remaining). Public Health/Health Education, Medical School, Nursing and/or Pharmacy degree programVariesn/aNo
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UC Davis Hugh Edmondson Research InternshipAnyUndergraduate
A strong interest and motivation in research or a career in the health sciences.
Unspecified $ stipendMust be a US citizenNo
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UC Davis Physics REUAnyNon-graduating student enrolled in a 2 or 4 year university.Physics and/or Astronomy$600/week + housingU.S. citizens or permanent residents, can accommodate non-citizens if they do not need financial supportNo
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United Negro College Fund Merck Science InitiativeBlack/African AmericanCollege junior.Life or Physical Sciences, or Engineering$30,000 US or Perm Resd.NoGraduate and postdoctoral fellowships also available.
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WASHU ASSUREAnyEnrolled in university or graduated within last 6 months.Clinical Research and Health Sciences$7,000 + a metro card and housingUS or Perm Resd.No
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WASHU ENDUREFrom an underrepresented groupFreshman, sophomore, juniors, and non-graduating seniors.Neuroscience• Up to two years of support
• $7000 stipend/summer
• Free travel to and from the program
• University housing provided (single rooms)
• St. Louis public transportation pass
• Eligibility for academic year research stipend ($2000 per semester for up to two academic years)
No Citizenship RequirementsNo
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Lifetime Learning Credit (NOT a scholarship, but a U.S. tax credit!)AnyEnrolled in any college, university, vocational school, or other post secondary educational institution eligible to participate in a student aid program run by the U.S. Department of Education.AnyVariesUS or Taxable Resident for Full YearYes and NoTo Find Out if You are Eligible, Use the Following Interactive Site- https://www.irs.gov/uac/am-i-eligible-to-claim-an-education-credit
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