Minority & Women

Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship

The Eiteljorg Museum features the world’s foremost collection of contemporary Native American art. The museum’s commitment to contemporary fine art features sponsorship of the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship, which celebrates the established and emerging Native American artists of today. The Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship program engages artists, art historians, and scholars in an exploration and reinterpretation of Native American cultural and artistic traditions through biennial exhibitions, publications, and associated events.

American Political Science Association Minority Fellows Program

This fellow program identifies and aids prospective African American, Latino, and Native American political science graduate students, and encourages other institutions to provide financial assistance to them. Three African American, two Latino, and one Native American Fellow are selected for special recognition with a conditional, one year grant of $6,000.

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA): UPS/NLF Gold Mountain Scholarships

The NAPABA Law Foundation (NLF) is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization established by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. Scholarships are awarded each fall to law students who demonstrate a commitment to serve or contribute to the Asian Pacific American community as future leaders. UPS and NLF are pleased to offer once again the UPS/NLF Gold Mountain Scholarship for law students dedicated to the Asian Pacific American Community who are the first in their family to attend law school.

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