About 12 full scholarships are available to American citizens with a GPA of 3.0 for undergrads or 3.2 for grad students. Each scholarship provides full tuition, a 9-month stipend, and pays for all fees and books and course materials -- really generous. The deadline is February 1, 2010 (strict), so if you're interested, get busy preparing an application before you (and your professors) take off for the holidays, because you will need your transcripts and recommendation letters from some of your professors.

Please check here (www.seas.gwu.edu/cybercorps).

We're offering six $1000 scholarships for the US students. Following is the page with details about the scholarship:

Ph.D. student fellowships available for Fall 2014!

Special fellowship deadline for U.S. citizens: January 15, 2014


  • $25,000 annual stipend!
  • Tuition remission!
  • Potential for additional funds!
  • Other benefits!

Apply: http://www.cise.ufl.edu/admissions/grad/

Contact: klsapp@cise.ufl.edu

The Christine Mirzayan Science&Technology PolicyGraduate Fellowship Program is designed to engage early career individuals in the analytical processes that informU.S.science and technology policy. Fellows obtain the essential skills and knowledge needed to work in science and technology policy at the federal,state, or local levels. Each January,fellows become part of aNational Academies committee, board, or unit where they spend 12 weeks at the National Academies in Washington,DC learning about science and technology policy and the role that scientists and engineers play in advising the nation. Each fellow is assigned to a senior staff member who acts as his or her mentor. The mentor provides guidance and ensures that the fellow’s time is focused on substantive projects and activities within the fellow’s assigned unit. An immersive experience,the program is designed to broaden fellows’ appreciation of employment opportunities outside academia and leave them with both a firm grasp of the important and dynamic role of science and technology in decision‐making and a better understanding of the role that they can play in strengthening the science and technology enterprise for the betterment of mankind.

To Apply

Applications for the January 2014 session are available at http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/policyfellows/PGA_048504.
Applications are due on September 5, 2013.

Graduate and professional school students and those who have completed graduate studies(degree awarded) within the last five years
may apply. Areas of study may include social/behavioral sciences, health and medicine, physical or biological sciences, engineering,
law/business/public administration, or relevant inter disciplinary fields.
The program is open to allU.S. and non‐U.S. citizens who meet the eligibility criteria. Applicants may beU.S. citizens orU.S. lawful
permanent residents or adjustment applicants. Other eligible applicants include those with valid F‐1,J, asylee, or refugee status.Non‐
U.S. citizens not currently enrolled in aU.S. university must be within 5 years of graduation and haveOPT, work authorization, or their
visa sponsor's written authorization valid through out the program period.
See http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/policyfellows/PGA_044705 for detailed eligibility information.

Selection of Candidates
Successful applicants will be notified in lateOctober 2013.

Class Size
The session can accommodate up to 26 individuals.

The stipend for the fellowship period is $8500.

The fellowship term is 12 weeks. The January 2014 session will commence on January 21, 2014 and end on April 11, 2014


Mandatory program orientation will be conducted fromTuesday,January 21 to Friday,January 24, 2014.
E‐mail policyfellows@nas.edu or call 202‐334‐2455.

This year at Vista we are offering a college scholarship. Anyone who will be attending college, and working towards an undergraduate degree during the fall 2013 semester is invited to apply. One winning essay writer will receive a $500 scholarship courtesy of Vista Health Solutions.

The concept?

Your college years are both joyful and stressful at the same time. With your new found independence comes responsibility. Too often college students put their healthy lifestyle on the back burner. How will you promote a healthy body and mind during your college years? Write an essay of 1,000 to 1,500 words explaining how you will take charge of your health.

The deadline for us to receive the essays is August 1, 2013 and a winner will be chosen by August 15, 2013.

With planning for the coming semester already in full swing for a lot of people, we want to get the word out to as many prospective applicants as we can. Would it be possible to list our scholarship on your website with a link back to our Scholarship page where the submission form is located https://www.nyhealthinsurer.com/scholarship-application/

The GREEN Program is the leader in experiential education in the field of renewable energy and sustainability. Our interdisciplinary approach provides 52 contact hours over the course of 12 days. Unlike traditional study abroad programs, this short-term program allows even the busiest of students with course-intensive majors to do the following:

-Gain international experience from countries at the forefront of renewable energy and sustainability
-See technology in action through exclusive hands-on plant visits to leading clean energy facilities
-Transform local communities through service learning projects
-Enhance their entrepreneurial skills through Capstone Projects to be turned into green businesses
-Advance their career through the GREEN Alumni Network
-Develop leadership skills through adventure excursions and team building activities

Contact info:
Alex Tanenbaum at (215)821-0935 or alex@thegreenprogram.com.

Students completing their Junior year have an opportunity to spend summer break working alongside USC’s world-class faculty on cutting-edge research in engineering and computer science. They will make new friends, gain valuable research experience, and receive a stipend for living expenses in Los Angeles!

To learn more about this opportunity including program dates, research areas, information sessions, and other details, I encourage your students to visit our SURE webpage.

Applicants to the Summer Research program should be outstanding undergraduate students in engineering or computer science who will begin their senior year in fall 2013 and must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. or Canada.

Contact: viterbi.gradprograms@usc.edu

We have funding for a limited number of partial scholarships for the NECSI Winter School courses on complex systems, to be held January 7 - 18, 2013 in Cambridge, MA.

Week 1: CX201/Complex Physical, Biological and Social Systems Lab: CX102/Computer Programming and Complex Systems
Week 2: CX202/Complex Systems Modeling and Networks.

Members of underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.

Applicants should include a few sentences about their background, interests, and academic affiliation. Please also indicate which course(s) you are interested in attending. The email should go to programs@necsi.edu.

Scholarship applicants will be considered on a first come first served and need basis.

George Washington University students are invited to apply to the third annual NYC Turing Fellowship, a program that matches outstanding computer science and engineering students (undergraduates and graduates) with paid summer internships at leading NYC startups.

The program provides exposure to the rapidly growing NYC ecosystem and the opportunity to meet with some of the best entrepreneurs, founders, and technologists in the country.

Students also benefit from a summer curriculum consisting of networking and mentoring events (last year included: Yankees Game, MoMA tour, and “Tech Talks” with Dennis Crowley of Foursquare and Esther Dyson).

Participating startups include bit.ly, ZocDoc, SecondMarket, Knewton, and more.
We are now accepting applications on a rolling basis. The final deadline is February 8th but we strongly encourage students to apply early.
A group of up to 45 Semi-Finalists will be invited to NYC on Saturday, March 2nd (expenses paid) to interview with participating startups at the iconic New York Times Building. From those 45 Semi-Finalists roughly 30 will be offered Fellowships. A $5,000 fellowship prize is awarded upon completion of the program.

We're offering five $1000 scholarships for the 2013-2014 school year to US students. Following is the page with details about the scholarship: