Social Media RSS Feed en Funding Opportunities <p>ISERP supports the research of Columbia faculty and graduate students in the social sciences. We were established to generate external support for your research, and serve as the liaison between Columbia University's Sponsored Projects Administration and the social science departments.</p> <p>Below you will find a selection of highlighted funding opportunities curated by our staff that we think may interest you. If you would like to discuss your funding requirements, we encourage you to contact us to setup a meeting.</p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:07 1292215 1292215 Scholarships for Nashua Community College Students <p>AAA NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOUNDATION (SPRING 2018)</p> <p>Applicant must:</p> <p>Be a New Hampshire resident;</p> <p>Be enrolled Full-Time in an Automotive Technology Program; (FT is at least 12 credits)</p> <p>Demonstrate good moral character;</p> <p>Have submitted a FAFSA</p> <p>Student may be enrolled at any of the five Community College System’s colleges that offer Automotive Technology – White Mountains Community College, Great Bay Community College, Lakes Region Community College, Manchester Community College or Nashua Community College. Apply Electronically</p> <p>AMERICORPS VISTA</p> <p>NCC does support AmeriCorps VISTA participants.  For information on earning an educational voucher through community service and leadership select the link below:</p> <p></p> <p>WAYNE ASHFORD SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>This scholarship supports Business Administration students in achieving a degree. Thirteen $505 scholarships will be awarded to returning students enrolled in an eligible Business Administration Associate Degree program at NCC. Print Application Here.</p> <p>BRANDON MASTERSON AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY TOOL SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>The Brandon Masterson Automotive Technology Tool Scholarship is in memory of NCC Automotive Technology Student, Brandon Masterson, who passed away in 2013 just months before his graduation.</p> <p>During his life, Brandon was a student and person to be emulated.  The scholarship will be awarded to two students each Fall semester.  Apply Electronically</p> <p>CARL D. PERKINS SINGLE PARENT/DISPLACED HOMEMAKER FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM</p> <p>The Single Parent and Displaced Homemaker Program is a program run by Nashua Community College to assist financially disadvantaged single parents, displaced homemakers, and single pregnant women with the cost of attending our college in preparation for high skill, high wage, or high demand occupations in current or emerging professions.</p> <p>The Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 provides grant funding for this program.  Awards will vary based on availability of funds.</p> <p> </p> <p>EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION TUITION ASSISTANCE</p> <p>The Community College System of New Hampshire, in partnership with the Division for Children, Youth, and Families (DHHS), is able to provide tuition assistance to eligible individuals.  Persons who are eligible must be:<br />  </p> <p>Currently employed, at least part-time, in a NH-licensed (or license-exempt) early childhood program, or a licensed family child care program,<br />  </p> <p>and must be taking early childhood courses through CCSNH.<br />  </p> <p>NH residents are eligible for full awards, while out of state students are only eligible for partial awards.<br />  </p> <p>These funds are not intended for employees of private or public school systems. Apply Electronically</p> <p> </p> <p>HENDERSON BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>The Henderson Scholarship Fund was established to benefit NH students. Applicants should be in their second year of Nashua Community College and matriculated in a Business related major. Applicants must be full-time and must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher, as evidenced by current transcripts which the student should submit with their application. Print Application Here.</p> <p>2018-2019 GENE HAAS SCHOLARSHIP FOR RECENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES</p> <p>This scholarship is funded through a grant by the Gene Haas Foundation to support NCC machine tool students in achieving a degree.  Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to recent high school graduates entering an eligible machine based training program at NCC.  Apply Electronically</p> <p>2018-2019 GENE HAAS SCHOLARSHIP FOR RETURNING STUDENTS</p> <p>This scholarship is funded through a grant by the Gene Haas Foundation to support NCC machine tool students in achieving a degree.  Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to returning students enrolled in an eligible machine based training program at NCC.  Apply Electronically</p> <p>NASA SPACE GRANT SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>Up to thirty $1,500 CCSNH/NASA Space Grant scholarships will be awarded during the 2017-2018 (Fall and Spring) academic year to full or part-time students who are enrolled in associate degree or certificate STEM programs of interest to NASA. Qualified student may apply for both semesters. Apply Electronically</p> <p>NCC FINANCIAL NEED SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>This scholarship assists students in extreme financial need with the cost of their education.  Students must have exhausted all other avenues prior to completing this application and be in good academic standing.  Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office.</p> <p>NCC HONORS BOOK AWARD SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>This scholarship recognizes four 11th grade students, one each from Alvirne High School,  Nashua North High School, Nashua South High School, and Souhegan High School, who have shown exemplary critical thinking skills, creativity, a sincere love for learning, and improved academic achievement.  The student must achieve a high school CGPA of 3.2 and be nominated by the guidance counselor of the respective high school.  The student will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship for tuition and fees at NCC contingent upon acceptance into the NCC Honors Program the Fall semester after high school graduation and full time enrollment at NCC.</p> <p>NCC HONORS SENIOR AWARD SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>This scholarship recognizes four graduating seniors, one each from Alvirne High School,  Nashua North High School, Nashua South High School, and Souhegan High School, who have shown exemplary critical thinking skills, creativity, a sincere love for learning, and improved academic achievement.  The student must achieve a high school CGPA of 3.2 and be nominated by the guidance counselor of the respective high school.  The student will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship for tuition and fees at NCC contingent upon acceptance into the NCC Honors Program the Fall semester after high school graduation and full time enrollment at NCC.</p> <p>NEW HAMPSHIRE HIGH SCHOOL VALEDICTORIAN SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>A one year tuition only scholarship, up to a maximum of 32 credits, will be awarded to designated New Hampshire high school valedictorians, based on a cumulative grade point average, from a New Hampshire NEASC accredited institution. The one year will be defined as the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters, with a start date of any of the three and applied only within the one year from the time of first semester of matriculation.  The recipient must enroll as a matriculated student within 15 months from the time of secondary school graduation. Download application here.</p> <p>NEW HAMPSHIRE SCHOLARS</p> <p>The NH Scholars award at Nashua Community College is a $500 tuition waiver available to High School Students who have graduated from a participating NH Scholar High School (see for a list of high schools) and who have completed the Core Course of Study upon graduation. NCC may grant up to twelve (12) $500 NH Scholar awards. Apply Electronically</p> <p>RAPID MANUFACTURING GROUP SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>This scholarship is intended to assist students in achieving competency in the metal working industry.  Five $2,000 scholarships will be awarded to full time sophomore students. The scholarship is awarded based on faculty recommendation, CGPA, and essay.  Applications are available now for the 2017-2018 Aid Year.</p> <p>ROBERT LAWTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>The Robert Lawton Memorial Scholarship fund is established to assist part or full-time students in a degree granting Human Services program at Nashua Community College.  The $1,000 scholarship will be awarded annually.  Deadline for application is December 1. Click Here for the application.</p> <p>SWING INTO SPRING SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>The Swing into Spring Scholarships are made available through the fundraising efforts of the Nashua Community College Advisory Board. The board supports the value of higher education and began the scholarships to assist students in achieving an education at NCC.  Three scholarships are awarded at the Swing Into Spring event held each Spring.  The 2018 application can be downloaded for print here.</p> <p>Additional Scholarships Available</p> <p>NCC students can also find Scholarships by linking to the following websites:</p> <p>COMMUNITY COLLEGES OF NEW HAMPSHIRE FOUNDATION</p> <p>For information on Scholarships provided through the Foundation select here.</p> <p>NEW HAMPSHIRE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION</p> <p>For information on scholarships provided through the Charitable Foundation select here.</p> <p>ORPHANS OF VETERANS SCHOLARSHIP</p> <p>Residents of New Hampshire whose veteran parent died as a result of active service in the armed services of the United States, or whose parent has since died from a service-connected disability may be eligible for this scholarship.  For more information, contact the Post Secondary Education Commission at (603) 271-2555.  Application is available at the NH Postsecondary Education Commission website under Financial Aid.</p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:06 1258521 1258521 College and Department Scholarship <p>Remember, as a new student you are automatically considered for University of Idaho scholarships when you apply for admission. Continuing students enrolled during the spring semester will automatically be considered for the following academic year. There are no separate applications.</p> <p>College and departmental scholarships are considered to be part of the Go Idaho program that guarantees a level of funding. Most college and department scholarships are awarded to UI sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students.</p> <p>Scholarship Listings by College:</p> <p>Agricultural & Life Sciences</p> <p>The College of Agricultural & Life Sciences provides awards totaling approximately $700,000.</p> <p>Art & Architecture</p> <p>The College of Art & Architecture provides awards totaling approximately $100,000</p> <p>Business & Economics</p> <p>The College of Business & Economics provides awards totaling approximately $1,100,000.</p> <p>Education</p> <p>The College of Education provides awards totaling approximately $500,000.</p> <p>Engineering</p> <p>The College of Engineering provides awards totaling approximately $1,200,000.</p> <p>Graduate Studies</p> <p>The College of Graduate Studies has scholarships and fellowships available, neither of which require repayment.</p> <p>Law</p> <p>The College of Law provides awards totaling approximately $1,300,000. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic ability and professional promise. Applicants are considered for a College of Law scholarship at the time of determining admission and, if selected to receive a scholarship, will have that indicated on the Letter of Acceptance.</p> <p>Letters Arts & Social Sciences</p> <p>The College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences provide awards totaling approximately $1,600,000.</p> <p>Natural Resources</p> <p>The College of Natural Resources provides awards totaling approximately $600,000.</p> <p>Science</p> <p>The College of Sciences provides awards totaling approximately $900,000.</p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:06 1265955 1265955 BSc in Agribusiness <p>Curtin is the only WA university to offer a Bachelor of Agribusiness, providing a unique opportunity to understand both science and business as applied to agriculture. To satisfy the growing demand for food worldwide, we need smarter ways of producing food and fibre using sustainable production methods, innovation and responsible entrepreneurship.</p> <p>In this course you will engage in research-led activities, problem-solving and self-directed experiments using our field trial site and glasshouse facilities. You will work both as an individual and as an integral part of a team to develop your agribusiness risk and farm management skills.</p> <p>You will be introduced to satellite-based technologies for soil, crop and livestock management systems, and will develop links with industry through engaging with experts in classrooms and workshops, and field trips to research centres and agronomic field sites.</p> <p>As part of this course you will undertake a work placement to ensure you graduate with the science, technology and business skills you need to thrive in agribusiness. This placement can be with agriculture research, production or business industries both locally and globally.</p> <p>This course contains practical and work-relevant components that includes weekly hands-on practical exercises, a compulsory work experience requirement in relevant agricultural industries and week-long synthesis field trips in the final year.</p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:05 1010887 1010887 Bursaries - Student Awards <p>AU bursaries are intended to help those students who need it most. AU considers it a priority to address financial privation that jeopardizes students' ability to continue their studies. As Canada’s Open University, AU strives to remove the barriers of income level in part by providing, and encouraging support for, student financial bursaries.</p> <p>All bursaries managed by Athabasca University require students to follow an application process as outlined in the description of each bursary listed below.</p> <p>Albert & Pirkko Karvonen Environmental Science or Biology Bursary</p> <p>Alberta Blue Cross 50th Anniversary Bursary</p> <p>AU Access Fund for Students with Disabilities</p> <p>AU Access to Students with Disabilities Education Bursary</p> <p>AU Access to Students with Disabilities Technology & Support Services Bursary</p> <p>AU Community Contributor Bursary</p> <p>AU Doctoral Level Student Bursaries</p> <p>AU First Nation Colleges Student Awards</p> <p>AU Graduate Level Student Bursaries</p> <p>AU MBA Faculty of Business Bursary</p> <p>AU Natural Disaster Convocation Bursary</p> <p>AU Natural Disaster Emergency Bursary</p> <p>AU PLAR Bursary</p> <p>AU Undergraduate Student Bursaries</p> <p>Carter Yellowbird Indigenous Bursary</p> <p>Edmonton-Glenora Rotary Bursary</p> <p>Faculty of Health Disciplines Travel Bursaries </p> <p>Indigenous Technology Bursary</p> <p>MEF Metis Scholar Awards</p> <p>Peggy Harrison Single Parent Bursary</p> <p>Rotary Club of Athabasca Bursary</p> <p>Sunny Bleich Completion Bursary for Undergraduate Students</p> <p>Walker Wood Foundation Undergraduate First in Family Bursarie</p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:05 1331955 1331955 Graduate Assistantships and Graduate Work Study <p>Graduate assistants are appointed across a variety of academic and non-academic departments.  These appointments follow the University calendar and can be assigned during Fall semester, Spring semester, Summer I and Summer II terms, Maymester, and Winter intersessions.Students must be enrolled in graduate classes to be considered for graduate assistantships (see eligibility and appointment process). Graduate Assistantships are competitive and a privilege; students given this opportunity will adhere to the following policies while maintaining excellent academic standing.</p> <p>Eligibility</p> <p>To be eligible for a graduate assistantship, applicants must be regularly admitted to a degree program. Students who are conditionally admitted are not eligible for assistantships unless their deficiencies are undergraduate prerequisites. Provisionally admitted and non-degree students are not eligible to apply for assistantships.</p> <p>Applicants must have an undergraduate GPA of 2.5 or higher.  Applicants with previous graduate coursework must have a graduate GPA of 3.0 or higher.</p> <p>Appointment Process</p> <p>Students interested in applying for a graduate assistantship must submit an application form and three letters of recommendation to the department or program in which an assistantship is desired. Applications should not be made to the Graduate School.  Application review and interviews are completed by the hiring program/department.<br /> Once a candidate is selected, a Graduate Assistant Request will be submitted to the director of the Graduate School for final approval. Once approval is granted by the Graduate School, an acceptance letter must be signed by the candidate. This letter outlines the responsibilities, type of assistantship, and compensation offered through the assistantship and must be returned to the Graduate School before the candidate begins work or any tuition waivers are applied. Some departments have specific requirements for their graduate assistants beyond the Graduate School minimums; each applicant should inquire with the hiring supervisor regarding additional requirements. Note: although the Graduate Assistant Application is often submitted with regular admissions materials, this is not a guarantee that an assistantship will be awarded. The graduate assistant appointment process is completely separate from the ULM Graduate School application process.</p> <p>Reappointment</p> <p>Reappointment is contingent upon two criteria: the graduate assistant making satisfactory academic progress, and satisfactory completion of work duties. Graduate assistants are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.00 and above, and must not earn more than one grade of C in their graduate coursework.</p> <p>Required Course Load</p> <p>Graduate assistants are expected to earn no fewer than nine semester hours of credit toward their graduate degree (12 hours for students in pharmacy) during a regular semester, at least six of which must be at the graduate level. </p> <p>During each summer term, May and winter intersessions, three semester hours of credit are required per term or per intersession.  Appropriate courses include:</p> <p>1) Those which are required for the student’s graduate degree;<br /> 2) Those which have been identified as deficiencies/prerequisites and are included on the graduate student’s approved degree plan.</p> <p>Work Load</p> <p>All graduate assistant appointments include 20 hours of work per week under the direction of the student’s supervisor. Graduate assistants are not permitted to hold any other on-campus employment or second graduate assistantship.</p> <p>During published student breaks, graduate assistants may not be asked to work. For unexpected University closures, graduate assistants will not be expected to make up time missed.</p> <p>Compensation</p> <p>University graduate assistantships feature a base compensation package that includes a full tuition waiver and out-of-state fee waiver. Students are also awarded a base stipend of at least $3,000 per regular term, $1000 per summer termand a minimum of $800 for intersessions .</p> <p>Graduate assistants are required to pay all student assessed fees including general fees, activity fees, ID validation fees, technology fees, vehicle registration fees, international student service fees, and insurance fees.</p> <p>Graduate Assistant Orientation</p> <p>All graduate assistants must attend the Graduate Assistant Orientation.  Orientation is made available to graduate assistants and is completed in an online format. </p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:05 878302 878302 Scholarships <p>Scholarships can reward you for academic excellence, talent and achievement in a variety of areas, such as the arts or athletics. Best of all, they don't need to be repaid.</p> <p>Criteria, amounts and application processes for scholarships vary depending on the scholarship. Each scholarship requires its own application separate from the FAFSA and may require an essay and/or letters of recommendation. You are encouraged to research and apply for all scholarships you may qualify for. We recommend you complete the FAFSA, as the individual donor determines if a scholarship is need-based.</p> <p>Colleges must include all funding resources, including scholarships, as part of a student's financial aid package. If you receive funds that are not listed on your financial aid awards, you must notify Financial Assistance Services.</p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:04 1262444 1262444 Graduate Funding & Financial Aid <p>Graduate Student Support</p> <p>Students who wish to apply for graduate student support must be admitted to the Division of Graduate Studies as a degree seeking student and must complete the required application form. Requests for applications for graduate student support should be addressed to the Graduate Coordinator of Student Services, or P.O. Box 17095, Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi 39217.</p> <p>Certain departments and academic schools have departmental support for graduate students; interested students should contact the department chair or the dean of the college for further information.</p> <p>Institutional Financial Aid</p> <p>Graduate Assistantship</p> <p>The Division of Graduate Studies awards assistantships each year with a monthly stipend plus tuition for one academic year:  Fall and Spring. To qualify for an assistantship, the applicant must have at least a 3.00 average on a 4.00 scale, be able to carry at least 9 semester hours of course work each semester and contribute a minimum of 12 hours for master-level student or 15 hours for a doctoral level student of useful service weekly to a department or academic college, not to exceed 20 hours weekly. Applications may be obtained from the Division of Graduate Studies. Students should apply directly to the department chair or academic dean of the desired major field. The deadline for submitting applications is March 1.</p> <p>Graduate Tuition-waiver</p> <p>The Division of Graduate Studies through the departments offering graduate studies, administers a number of tuition waivers. These scholarships provide tuition expense only and may vary in amount from partial to full tuition waiver. Application procedure is the same as outlined under Graduate Assistantships. Tuition-waivers are awarded per academic year. The deadline for submitting applications is March 1.</p> <p>Click here for the application…. Graduate Aid Application.</p> <p>Graduate Out-of-State Tuition-waiver (50% waiver)</p> <p>The Division of Graduate Studies accepts applications from Non-resident students requesting out-of-state-fee assistance. The applicant must be a graduate student, enrolling at Jackson State University for the first time. Students previously enrolled do not qualify.  Students must have an undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above and must maintain a 3.5 Cumulative GPA for renewal each semester.  Maximum award renewal: Master’s = 4 semesters; Specialist = 6 semesters; Doctoral = 8 semesters. Deadline for application: July 15</p> <p>Click here for the application Out of State Fee Waiver Application</p> <p>Graduate Diversity Scholarship</p> <p>Students who wish to apply for a diversity scholarship must be admitted to the Division of Graduate Studies as a degree seeking student and must complete the University’s Application for a Diversity Scholarship. Preference is given to Mississippi residents. Applications are available from department chairs and academic deans or designee. Students should apply directly to the department chair and academic dean or designee of the desired major field. Scholarships are awarded per academic year. The deadline for submitting applications is March 1.</p> <p>Click here for  the application… Diversity Scholarship Application</p> <p>Grants, Fellowships & Other External Funding Opportunities</p> <p>American Research Institute of the South Caucasus (ARISC)</p> <p>PHI KAPPA PHI Fellowships & Dissertation Fellowships</p> <p>S.M.A.R.T.</p> <p>Minority Fellowship Program Opportunities</p> <p>National Defense Science & Engineering Graduate Fellowship</p> <p>Open Education Database- PhD Scholarships</p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:03 1263840 1263840 University Scholarships and Funds <p>Information about funding you may be able to access to help you with your studies. Find out about the Access to Learning fund, Leeds Bursary and Leeds Financial Support.</p> <p>Leeds Financial Support and Leeds Bursary are for undergraduates only. The Access to Learning Fund applies to higher education students who meet other criteria.</p> <p>ACCESS TO LEARNING FUND</p> <p>A fund that helps students to remain in higher education, particularly people who need help with costs that can't be met from other sources.</p> <p> </p> <p>LEEDS BURSARY</p> <p>The Leeds Bursary is only available to undergraduates who started their course between 1 August 2006 and 1 August 2012. There's no need to apply - if you qualify we'll email your University account.</p> <p> </p> <p>LEEDS FINANCIAL SUPPORT</p> <p>Many undergraduates starting their courses after September 2012 can get Leeds Financial Support. Find out about eligibility and if you need to apply for the support.</p> <p>CENTRALLY FUNDED POSTGRADUATE MAINTENANCE PAYMENTS</p> <p>If you receive a centrally-funded scholarship administered by the Postgraduate Scholarships Office, then details of your payments will be outlined in your scholarship award or renewal letter.</p> <p> </p> <p>FUNDING FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS</p> <p>There are a wide range of funding sources available to help support you while you're undertaking a postgraduate degree at Leeds.</p> <p> </p> <p>SCHOOL/FACULTY FUNDED POSTGRADUATE MAINTENANCE PAYMENTS</p> <p>All student school/faculty funded postgraduate maintenance payments (excluding reimbursement of expenses and payment for work done) are administered by the Student Education Service, Student Finance (Funding) team following a request from your school’s authorised signatory.  </p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:03 1175018 1175018 Emergency Postgraduate Accommodation Bursary <p>Overview</p> <p>The ANU Accommodation Bursary is designed to assist full time ANU students, established in permanent accommodation, who are experiencing unexpected financial hardship. Priority may be given to students nearing the end of their studies and needing assistance to complete. All applications are considered by a committee. Lodging an application does not guarantee a bursary will be awarded. Bursaries provide temporary assistance and should not be regarded as on-going aid.</p> <p>Applications are assessed and awarded at the discretion of a committee and may include a personal interview. The committee will determine the amount of any bursary granted.</p> <p>Emergency Graduate Accommodation Bursaries are granted for up to a maximum of 24 weeks.</p> <p>Bursaries granted to students living in an ANU Hall or affiliated residence will be paid directly to the residence to offset the student’s rent account.</p> <p>Eligibility</p> <p>Be enrolled as a graduate student at ANU.</p> <p>Be enrolled as a candidate for an ANU award on a full-time basis.</p> <p>Be able to demonstrate financial hardship.</p> <p>Not be in receipt of a substantial scholarship or financial assistance from any other source over $5,000. (e.g. residential hall bursary). Recipients of the ANU Access Scholarship are still eligible.</p> Sat, 12/07/2019 - 15:03 1267123 1267123