Scholarships for undergraduates
One year funding for students pursuing graduate degrees in public service fields. U.S. citizen college juniors with a record of community service and a commitment to a career in public service are eligible. Public service includes government, uniformed services, public interest organizations, non-governmental research or educational organizations, public and private schools and other public service-oriented non-profit organizations. Each scholar receives $30,000 towards graduate study.
For student who demonstrate strong evidence of contributing to the technological advances of the United States. Current junior or exceptional sophomore students who are U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, or resident aliens are eligible to apply. Applicants should be committed to a PhD in the research fields of mathematics, sciences, or engineering. Each scholar receives $7,500 per year for undergraduate expenses.
Scholarships for Women
Scholarships for graduating seniors, graduate/professional students, & recent alumni
One to four years of study leading to a degree at Cambridge University, England. Seniors, graduate/professional students, and graduates are eligible to apply. U.S. and non-U.S. citizens are eligible. All applicants must apply directly to Cambridge and fill out a supplemental portion of the Cambridge application form to be considered for the fellowship.
One to three years of study leading to a degree at Oxford University, England. Seniors, graduate or professional students, and graduates are eligible to apply. Must be under the age of 24 and a U.S. citizen or citizen of Australia, Bermuda, Canada, Commonwealth Caribbean, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Jamaica, Kenya, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Zambia, or Zimbabwe. Non-U.S. citizens are eligible to apply from their home country on the basis of degrees from U.S. universities.
One year of study or research in any country where there is a Fulbright Commission. Some shorter term and English teaching programs are available. Seniors, graduate/professional students, and graduates are eligible to apply. Must be a U.S. citizen.
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Majors/Fields of study may include, but are not limited to: Biology, Ecology, Law and Policy, Environmental Studies or Science, Conservation, Natural Resource Management, Hydrology, Zoology
The Theodore Gordon Flyfishers, Inc. Founders Fund Scholarship is offered annually, in the name of the TGF founders, to a single recipient who has demonstrated excellence and outstanding dedication in an area of study that falls within an environmental field of a school or department. Eligible students must be enrolled in a full-time program during the award year (2015-2016) at a member institution of the Environmental Consortium. Open to undergraduate students who will have Senior standing as of Fall 2015 and graduate students entering 1st or 2nd year as of Fall 2015. Based on a 4.0 scale, the applicant shall demonstrate merit with a current 3.5 GPA in the environmental concentration courses and an overall minimum 3.0 GPA.
Inquiries: Environmental Consortium Office, firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-773-3091.
Award: $3,000-$10,000 towards tuition
In support of the Consortium's mission, Pace Law School is offering a "Merit Scholarship" award to a Fall 2015 entering student who is either currently enrolled in or has earned his or her bachelors or masters degree from one of the Consortium's member institutions and has demonstrated an interest in environmental issues affecting the Hudson-Mohawk River watershed. Scholarship benefits consist of a merit scholarship ranging from $3,000 to $10,000 towards law school tuition, depending upon the student's qualifications and Pace's financial resources. The award is renewable each year based on continued academic excellence. Interested students should attach a half to one page statement to the Law School application of how he or she has been involved in Hudson-Mohawk River watershed environmental issues during their undergraduate work or why they have a particular interested in the environmental issues affecting the region. The scholarship recipient will be expected to complete at least one project related to a regional environmental issue(s) while at Pace Law School.
Inquiries: Cathy Alexander, Assistant Dean of Admission, email@example.com or 914-422-4210 or Jason J. Czarnezki, Executive Director of Environmental Law Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org or 914-422-4242