This scholarship supports an emergency nurse (RN, LPN or LVN) pursuing a master’s degree in nursing. It was established in memory of Karen M. O’Neil, who was a recipient of an ENA Foundation Scholarship herself. Applicants must be ENA members for a minimum of 12 months prior to applying.
The Martin L. Stout Scholarship Fund supports environmental and engineering geologic studies by students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Awards will be made based on scholarship, potential for contributions to the profession, character, and activities in student/professional societies.
Financial assistance to college seniors and graduate students to study habitat-related issues that will benefit threatened or endangered bird species and lend useful information for land management decisions.
This scholarship is for Masters students in a science or engineering field with an emphasis on decommissioning, decontaminating, or reutilizing in the nuclear field. All applicants must be sponsored by an ANS organization.
This scholarship helps students needing financial assistance to complete their public relations education. The scholarship check will be payable to the winner’s university for use on his or her behalf, and can only be used to directly fund the winner’s educational pursuits.
The applicant must plan to enroll, or be enrolled, in a master’s degree or higher level program. This scholarship is for graduate study of the theory and application of quality control, quality assurance, quality improvement, and total quality management.
ASWA offers Masters Degree Scholarships to support the costs of attending a masters program towards an accounting or finance degree.
This award provides research funds for students and post-docs who are members of the AOU that are studying avian biology. Funding (up to $2,500) for travel to field sites, expendable materials and equipment, and living expenses while in the field can be requested.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHF) invites students accepted or enrolled in a research doctoral program who will pursue a teacher-investigator career in the academic environment, university/college level to submit applications in competition for $10,000 scholarship awards.
This award is a $5,000 scholarship for students doing outstanding research in aeronautics or related disciplines. Applicants must be AIAA members, have completed at least one semester of graduate study, and have a 3.30/4.00 GPA at the time of application.