This scholarship is for students majoring in the Department of Political Science, Philosophy and Religion at Southeast Missouri State University. First preference is a freshman student majoring in the Department.
This scholarship is for students who are majoring in public policy, law, political science, engineering, or any other field in which the student could prepare for a career in a profession that would further public understanding, appreciation and conservation of natural resources.
This scholarship provides a 4-year renewable award 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 for students within the University’s Graduate School of Architecture, the undergraduate College of Arts & Sciences and the Law School. Graduate architecture and law students must be at least rising second-year students in the 2020–21 academic year.
This scholarship is for a current member of the Department of Political Science Advisory Board. This provides support to deserving students studying political science who are interested in pursuing a research project under the supervision of tenured and tenure-track faculty in the Department of Political Science.
This scholarship is for full time students who are majoring in a Humanities discipline at Northwest College. Recipients must have a GPA of 2.50 to receive an annual award, with a 2.50 GPA required for a second semester (midyear) disbursement.
This scholarship is available to a student who must be incoming freshmen enrolled full time at Buffalo State, and have declared majors in the humanities, including the Communication, English, Modern and Classical Languages, and Philosophy and Humanities departments.
This scholarship is for students who demonstrate an interest in one of the following major divisions: Natural Sciences, Humanities, Business, Social Science and Engineering. Students must be a sophomore or above, enrolled full-time at Wilberforce University.
This scholarship is for political science students who have demonstrated the highest degree of academic preparation and achievement in the concentration of political science. Applicants must be active in student government.
This scholarship is open to sophomore, junior and senior level students majoring in Political Science and demonstrate intent to continue their education after graduation to obtain a Juris Doctorate degree.
This scholarship is for incoming sophomore, junior or senior at a four-year college or university in 2019-20 enrolled in California college or university majoring in Accounting, political science, public policy, business administration or related fields.
This scholarship is for degree-seeking undergraduate students with a Political Science major, in good academic standing and planning to participate in a study abroad tour organized through Political Science or Law Enforcement.
This scholarship is for Undergraduate student (with at least 48 credit hours completed) OR a Graduate student (with at least 6 credits completed) attending a university in Arizona and be enrolled in one of these degree programs: Public Administration, Public Affairs, Public Policy, Political Science, and Urban and Metropolitan...
This scholarship is for a full-time FIU undergraduate student with a declared major in political science or international relations and be on track to graduate in the current semester (Spring) or in one of the next two semesters (Summer or Fall).
This scholarship is for students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences who demonstrate broad intellectual interests and the qualities of leadership and citizenship. Preference is given to an out of state student, preferably from a New England state or from the state of Wisconsin.
The Robert R. Robinson Scholarship, awarded annually by the Michigan Townships Association, seeks to offer financial assistance to students aspiring to leadership roles in their community. The scholarship is designed to help Michigan students who are preparing for a career in public administration.
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 Midwestern students in any of the following four fields: 1) business continuity and disaster recovery 2) cybersecurity 3) governance, risk, and compliance or 4) physical security.
This scholarship is for undergraduate students in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences (EPPS) at UT Dallas. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents or international students with at least a 2.
This scholarship is for graduate students, with preference for doctoral students, studying areas that interested Dr. Kelly, including gender and politics, public policy, public affairs and public administration.