Information sessions are held annually to discuss some of the national and international fellowships. The announcement of these meetings are sent out through e-mail.
It is important to see the specific websites for exact due dates.
National Science Foundation
Awards of up to $15,000 stipends and $9,500 for tuition and fees per year for three years to support graduate study in the areas of: mathematics, physical science, biological science, engineering, behavioral science, or social science. Due in November.
Fannie and John Hertz Foundation Fellowships
The Foundation provides fellowships to the exceptionally talented in the study of applied sciences and engineering. Due in October.
National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship Program
The Department of Defense offers fellowships to individuals who have demonstrated ability and special aptitude for advanced training in science and engineering. Due in January.
NASA Graduate Student Researchers Program Awards
Felllowships for graduate study leading to master’s or doctoral degrees, related to NASA research and development, in the fields of science, mathematics and engineering. Due in February.
Department of Energy, Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
The fellowship provides support and guidance to some of the nation’s best scientific graduate students. Due after October.
Churchill - A scholarship program to promote exchange between the United States and Great Britain. The purpose of this program is to enable outstanding American students to do graduate work in engineering, mathematics and science at Churchill College, University of Cambridge. Due in October.
Fulbright - Scholarships for seniors and recent graduates interested in graduate study and research abroad. Due in October.
Gates - A merit-based scholarship in any subject area for students to pursue a graduate degree or a second bachelor’s degree at the University of Cambridge. The scholarships are for one to three years, with a possible extension to a fourth year. Due in October.
Rhodes - Awards tuition fees and a maintenance allowance for two to three years for a postgraduate student at the University of Oxford. Due in October.
Marshall - Finances two years of postgraduate study that results in a bachelor’s or master’s degree at select universities in the U.K. Due in October.
Watson - Fellowship enables college graduates of unusual promise to engage in a post-graduate year of independent study and travel abroad. Due in September.
Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship - An annual scholarship for one year to a graduate student outside of the U.S. with a stipend of up to $25,000. Due in March.
Mitchell - Awards tuition, room, and an $11,000 stipend for post-graduates to pursue one year of study at institutions of higher learning in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Due in October.
Barry M. Goldwater - An annual scholarship funded by Congress to honor the past senator and to encourage outstanding undergraduate students to pursue careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, or engineering and to foster excellence in those fields. Due in January.
Jack Kent Cooke - This program awards scholarships worth up to $50,000 each to college seniors or recent graduates to attend graduate or professional programs. Due in April.
Truman - An annual scholarship funded by Congress in memory of the past president. Awards granted to juniors aspiring to leadership positions in federal, state or local governments or in non-profit and education sectors for a senior year stipend and for graduate study. Due in November.
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