Spring 2009 -- Volume 1 Issue 1 [ Return to Table of Contents ]
In Your Interest
Dalmas A. Taylor Memorial Summer Minority Policy Fellowship
AMBI Scholarship in Science & Medicine
May 29-July 31, 2009
The HBCU-STEM Summer Scholars Institute is an eight-week program held at the IU Bloomington and IUPUI campuses. It enrolls select HBCU and IU students who engage in continuous, substantive research at the Institute and their universities. Other activities include technical writing training, GRE preparation, and opportunities for colloquia with STEM Initiative faculty and professionals. Summer Scholars live in IU housing and receive a $4,000 stipend, plus room and board. For an application, visit our Web site: stem.indiana.edu/summerinstitute/application/.
Learn about philanthropy this summer in D.C.
The Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation offers a paid internship to introduce a diverse group of students to issues and challenges affecting nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, social enterprise, and other actors in the social sector. The William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship for Minority Students is open to undergraduate and graduate students of color and is offered three times a year (fall, spring, and summer semesters) at the Aspen Institute's office in Washington, D.C. Visit their site for complete details: www.aspeninstitute.org/psi/hearst.
Hispanic Fund Scholarships
Last year the Hispanic College Fund awarded $2 million to more than 615 students nationwide. More than 80 percent of the scholarships that were awarded were for students studying business, science, technology, engineering, and math. The minimum eligibility criteria for HCF scholarship programs are:
Each scholarship program has its own set of criteria. Each scholarship application site will state the full list of requirements for each program. Please visit the site for an application: www.hispanicfund.org/scholarships/.
$15 million gift to Kelley School will create scholarship program for underrepresented minorities
The Kelley School of Business at IU Bloomington has announced a new scholarship program to create opportunities for underrepresented minority students and improve the inclusiveness of the Kelley School. The scholarship program was made possible with generous support from Kelley alumnus William R. Fry. For more information on this and other diversity programs at the Kelley School of Business, contact Malik McCluskey, director of the Office of Diversity Initiatives at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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