The NDSEG Fellowship Program is a three-year funding opportunity for students in or near the beginning stages of their overall graduate study and it is meant for students who plan to pursue research-based doctoral degrees in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines.
The program provides awarded fellows with:
• 36 months of full tuition and mandatory fee coverage at any accredited U.S. institution;
• A $1,000 medical health insurance allowance per each year of the three-year program tenure;
• And $102,000.00 in stipend payments over three years.
Students can start applying to the program as early as their undergraduate senior year and as late as the start of their third year of overall graduate study.
The reason we are getting in touch with you today is because we would like to introduce this fellowship opportunity to you and your colleagues.
This year’s deadline for a 2017 award is December 9 at 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
If this is of interest to you or your colleagues, please let us know! We’re happy to answer any and all questions related to the program.
Additionally – if you or colleagues at your institution are eligible and interested, panelist registration for the 2017 NDSEG Digital Application Evaluation is now open at https://ndseg.asee.org/panelists. This year’s evaluation panel will be held digitally throughout the month of January 2017. For more information, please contact our team directly.
NDSEG Program Manager
For more information about the event, directions to our Open House and pre-registration, please direct prospective students to our Student Services Coordinators Nicole Fenech (firstname.lastname@example.org, 734-615-9817) and Fatma Nedjari (email@example.com, 734-615-9812) or to our website at http://sph.umich.edu/biostat/news-events.html
Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Mathematics
- 8-Week Program: June 6 – July 29, 2016
- $3,800 Stipend and $550 Travel Allowance
- On-Campus Housing and Meals
- Faculty – Student Mentoring
- Weekend Social Activities
- Junior or senior with a GPA of at least 3.25 in Mathematics
- Minority, women, students with disabilities, and students from primarily undergraduate institutions are especially encouraged to apply
DATE REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS BEGIN:
March 4, 2016
FOR FURTHER DETAILS, VISIT:
REU, Department of Mathematics Missouri State University
901 S. National Ave. Springfield MO, 65897
Pending funding by the National Science Foundation
Missouri State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. MTH 216 13
The Putnam is an annual mathematics competition for college students, and a fun way to expose yourself to new challenging math problems. In Spring 2016 we will be holding Putnam practice sessions on Mondays at 5:00-6:00pm in Weber 201. The emphasis will be on learning from each other, so please stop by and share your ideas. For more information, see the Spring 2016 flyer (http://www.math.colostate.edu/~adams/putnam/PutnamFlyer.pdf), the CSU Putnam website (http://www.math.colostate.edu/~adams/putnam/), or email Henry Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MSRI Undergraduate Program (MSRI-UP) is a comprehensive summer program designed for undergraduate students who have completed two years of university-level mathematics courses and would like to conduct research in the mathematical sciences. The main objective of the MSRI-UP is to identify talented students, especially those from underrepresented groups, who are interested in mathematics and make available to them meaningful research opportunities, the necessary skills and knowledge to participate in successful collaborations, and a community of academic peers and mentors who can advise, encourage and support them through a successful graduate program.
The research topic of the 2016 MSRI-UP program is Sandpile Groups, a topic at the intersection of group theory, combinatorics, linear algebra and algebraic geometry. The research program will be led by Prof. Luis Garcia-Puente of Sam Houston State University. The site director for the program is Prof. Suzanne Weekes of Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Students who have had a linear algebra course and a course in which they have had to write proofs are eligible to apply. Due to funding restrictions, only U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible to apply, and the proram cannot accept foreign students regardless of funding.
Please visit the MSRI-UP 2016 site http://www.msri.org/msri_ups/807 for more information.
|The Horatio Alger Association is pleased to announce that its Honeywell scholarship program for students studying in the fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering, or math) at both Honeywell partner schools and Horatio Alger Collegiate Partner institutions is once again available.
We will be awarding 10 scholarships at $10,000 each to students pursuing STEM degrees who have critical financial need ($55,000 or less family income) and who are current freshmen who have successfully completed their first fall semester. Students at your institution are eligible for this tremendous opportunity.
We are excited to offer this opportunity to students at your institution. The online application is currently open on our website and will close March 15, 2016.
The link to access information about the program and to apply can be found here: Honeywell Scholarship
If you have any questions regarding this program, please feel free to email me at email@example.com. A printable flyer for the program can be found here. Please also inform me if you would like to have printed flyers mailed to you. We hope that you will be able to post this opportunity on your school’s website and/or forward this information to your contacts on campus that can get the word out to the STEM students to apply for this award. We look forward to working with you now and in the coming years.
Meara A. Weaver
Educational Programs Administrator
Horatio Alger Association
99 Canal Center Plaza,Suite 320
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Telephone: (703) 684-9444
Fax: (703) 684-9445
I am writing to several University faculty and program directors in the Life Sciences to ask for your help in disseminating information about our summer research program to your talented undergraduate students who may be considering a career in life sciences or biomedical research. Our Summer Program for Undergraduate Research in the Life Sciences (SPUR) enhances educational opportunities for undergraduates by offering direct, mentor guided research in laboratories at the cutting edges of life sciences in our Institute of Molecular Biology, Institute of Neuroscience, and Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, as well as our Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Exercise and Movement Science, Physics, Computer and Information Science, and Psychology.
I am hoping you can bring this information to interested students, either by forwarding this email message or by directing them to our webpage: http://spur.uoregon.edu/ SPUR interns work closely with active mentors in basic research. In addition, they participate in weekly seminar series and career workshops, an Undergraduate Research Symposium, special professional development workshops, enrichment activities, and regular lab meetings.
We welcome prospective life scientists from ethnic or cultural backgrounds traditionally under-represented in the life sciences, as well as students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Travel and living expenses for visiting students are covered by the program. SPUR scholars are housed together near the UO campus.
I greatly appreciate your help and consideration.