This scholarship provides a 4 year renewable award (amount subject to variation) to a high achieving incoming freshman with financial need pursuing a degree in the College of Letters & Science with preference for students from Kenosha County.
This scholarship is to support students in the pursuit of careers in science. This year, we will award a total of $2,000 in scholarship(s) to **Maine high school seniors pursuing post-secondary education in a science related field.
This scholarship is for high achieving first year students with financial need pursuing a degree from the College of Letters & Science. This scholarship supports Wisconsin resident students with demonstrated community involvement.
This scholarship is awarded to an applicant who will be a sophomore, junior, or senior next academic year, and whose permanent residence is in Butler or Bremer county. The recipient must attend an Iowa college or university and major in an agriculture related field.
This scholarship is for aspiring physician junior or senior with financial need pursuing a degree from the College of Letters & Science. Applicants must be second or third year students at the time of application, have an excellent academic record with evidence of progress in pre-med coursework and demonstration of breadth...
The Department of Anthropology will provide awards up to $3000 per student for full-time undergraduate or graduate student in the Department of Anthropology who demonstrate a compelling plan to advance professional skills through internship placement, field study, or other research plans.
This scholarship is for full-time graduate student in the Department of Anthropology. One scholarship will be awarded in Archaeology or Biological Anthropology; and one scholarship will be awarded in Cultural Anthropology or Linguistic Anthropology.
The Department of Anthropology will provide a yearly award up to $10,000 to a current freshman, sophomore, or junior student for academic excellence, timely progress toward completion of the anthropology major, and demonstrated financial need.
This scholarship will provide support to one undergraduate student at the junior or senior level or above majoring in Applied Indigenous Studies, Anthropology, or with a declared minor in Ethnic Studies minimum GPA of 3.
This scholarship is for second or third year College of Letters & Science students with a strong record of community/humanitarian service. The ideal scholarship candidate should exhibit a natural desire to provide for human welfare and a rational compassion for others.
This scholarship is for high achieving incoming freshman with financial need pursuing a degree in the College of Letters & Science. Only students intending to major in particular STEM areas are eligible to apply.
This scholarship is for newly admitted freshman majoring in a field related to the arts, humanities or social sciences, with preference to those committed to developing a deeper appreciation of regional, national and international issues.
This scholarship is for talented undergraduates and committed faculty together in a cooperative effort to improve student writing.
The program enables accomplished and enthusiastic student writers to share their writing skills and intellectual curiosity with other undergraduates.
This scholarship is for students studying anthropology, archaeology, criminology, economics, geography, history, international relations, philosophy, political science, psychology, social work, sociology, or urban studies.