Purpose: The Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) Love of Learning Award helps fund post-baccalaureate studies and/or career development for active Phi Kappa Phi members to include, but limited to: graduate or professional studies, doctoral dissertations, continuing education, career development, travel related to teaching/studies, etc. One hundred-forty awards, at $500 each, will be distributed.
Purpose: The Phi Kappa Phi (PKP) Study Abroad Grant is designed to help support undergraduates as they seek knowledge and experience in their academic fields by studying aborad. Fifty $1,000 grants are awarded each year. The PKP Study Abroad application and instructions are available online.
Purpose: Phi Kappa Phi awards fifty-one Fellowships of $5000 each and five Fellowships of $15,000 each to members entering their first year of graduate or professional study. Each Phi Kappa Phi chapter may select one candidate from among its local applicants to compete for the Society-wide awards.
Purpose: These graduate fellowships sponsor students pursuing master's or doctoral degrees in relevant space technology disciplines at their respective institutions. In addition to a faculty advisor, each student will be matched with a researcher in the relevant field who will serve as the student's professional advisor. Fellowships are open to students pursuing advanced degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The fellowships support the goal of creating innovative new space technologies for our Nation's science, exploration, and economic future while providing the Nation with a pipeline of highly-skilled scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians to improve America's technological competitiveness.
Qualifications: Applicants must be pursuing a master's or doctoral degree in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.
Purpose: As Ertegun Scholars, the world's top graduate students in the humanities are brought together with one another and with Oxford's exceptional community of scholars in a unique setting that fosters dialogue across academic disciplines, across cultures and across generations. Building on this foundation at Oxford, Ertegun Scholars leave the University prepared to be leaders - not only leaders in their chosen fields, but also leaders of global thought and opinion and leaders of positive action for the betterment of humanity.
Qualifications: Applicants should be applying to start a new graduate course at Oxford. The programme may be made by those working in fields covered by the following faculties: Classics (including classical archaeology); English Language and Literature; Fine Art (except Studio Art), History (including history of art and the history of architecture); Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics; Medieval and Modern Languages (covering most European languages and their literature); Music; Oriental Studies (including Far Eastern and Middle Eastern Studies, and the study of a wide range of languages); Philosophy; and Theology.
Approx. Yearly Deadline: January 8 (Philosophy), January 22 (all other subjects) You apply for the scholarship the same time as you apply to Oxford
Purpose: The Intercollegiate Studies Institute sponsors four fellowships to a wide variety of graduate students. For decades, the ISI has sought out the best, brightest, and most motivated students and helped them reach further and achieve more in the cause of ordered liberty. The awards range from $5,000 to $20,000.
Richard M. Weaver Fellowship: Seeks to uphold the idea of excellence and the role of education in producing unique individuals capable of making reasoned choices
Salvatori Fellowship: For those pursuing graduate studies related to the American Founding
Western Civilization Fellowship: Designed to address our culture's loss of memory by supporting at the graduate level the study of the institutions, values, and history of the West
Renshaw Fellowship: Granted to current graduate students or applicants to graduate schools in doctoral study in education for the purpose of teaching at the college level
Qualifications: Qualifications differ by type of fellowship. Please see website for more details.
Purpose: FLAS scholarships are funded by the US Dept of Education and administered through BYU's Center for the Study of Europe (CSE) and BYU's Asian Studies Consortium (ASC). Scholarships are granted to both undergraduates and graduates to encourage the addition of a less-commonly taught (LCT) language to their curriculum. Preference is given to students who plan on a career in international or government work. Full tuition plus a stipend are available either for the academic year (fall/winter semesters) or for intensive language study during spring/summer. Applications for summer FLAS are due in November; applications for fall/winter FLAS are due in February.
Qualifications: Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, have a minimim 3.0 GPA, and be studying a LCT language (see website for list) at 200 level or higher by the year they receive FLAS.
Approx. Yearly Deadline: January 15 @5pm. See website for updated deadline
|http://kennedy.byu.edu/student/scholarships/flas/||FLAS Information from the Kennedy Center|
|https://kennedy.byu.edu/student/scholarships/flas/application/||Application Page on the Kennedy Center's Website|
|FLAS Office Open Hours||
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri
11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Thurs., 11:00 a.m., 151 HRCB
Students applying for FLAS are strongly encouraged to attend one of these sessions.
|http://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsflasf/||General Information on FLAS from the Department of Education|
|Brenda Christensen||European Studies||216 HRCBemail@example.com|
Purpose: King's International Masters Scholarships (KIMS) are awarded to 6 international students who wish to pursue a full-time postgraduate Masters degree program in any discipline at King's College London. The value of the award is £10,000.
Qualifications: Applicants will be judged on academic merit and professional qualifications, strength of statement of justification, future career path and implementation of postgraduate degree, and confirmation of additional funds sought/secured for living in the UK.
Approx. Yearly Deadline: March 31
Purpose: The Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF) program provides four years of financial support with $36,000 yearly stipends, outstanding benefits, and opportunities to students pursuing doctoral degrees in fields of study that use high performance computing to solve complex science and engineering problems. DOE CSGF participants use math and computers to conduct doctoral research within a broad array of fields, including chemistry, computer sciences, earth sciences, engineering, environmental sciences, life sciences, mathematics, physics, space sciences, and statistics. Over two hundred and fifty students at more than fifty US universities have trained as fellows. The program's alumni work for 12 weeks in DOE laboratories, yearly conferences, private industry, and educational institutions.
Qualifications: The DOE CSGF is open to US citizens or permanent residents who are planning full-time, uninterrupted study toward a PhD at an accredited US university. Senior undergraduate and first-year graduate students in engineering and in the physical, computer, mathematical, or life sciences are eligible to apply. Fellowship support is available for four years and must be renewed annually. Second-year graduate students are NOT eligible to apply.
Purpose: The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) is a US government effort to expand the number of Americans who study critical need foreign languages. Run by the US Department of State, the CLS scholarship provides fully-funded group-based intensive language instruction for undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D. students. CLS language instruction consists of seven to ten weeks of in-country study in the following languages: Arabic, Persian, Azerbaijani, Bangla/Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Turkish, Urdu, Chinese, Japanese, and Russian. CLS instruction takes place in various countries including Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Russia, South Korea, Tajikistan, Tunisia, and Turkey.
Qualifications: Applicants must be US citizens currently enrolled in a US degree-granting program at either the undergraduate or graduate level. Eligible undergraduate students must have completed at least one year of general college course-work by the program start date. All applicants must be 18 by the beginning of the CLS program and be in acceptable mental and physical health. Students of diverse majors and disciplines are encouraged to apply. Participants are expected to continue their language study beyond the scholarship period and apply their critical language skills in their future professional careers.