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L’Oréal USA Fellowship for Women in Science Program- PHD students- Deadline 12/20/12

November 15, 2012
Deadline: December 20, 2012

The L’Oréal USA Fellowships for Women in Science program is a national awards program that annually recognizes and rewards five U.S.-based women researchers at the beginning of their scientific careers. Recipients each receive up to $60,000 that must put towards their postdoctoral research.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Candidates must be female scientists, who will have completed their Ph.D. by the time of their application submission and have started in a postdoctoral research position by September 1, 2013
  • Applicants must be American born, naturalized citizens, or permanent residents
  • Applicants must be affiliated with a U.S.-based academic or research institution
  • Applicants must conduct their postdoctoral studies and research in the U.S.
  • Applicants must be involved in life or physical/material sciences, engineering, technology, computer science or mathematics

State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship- High School Senior- Deadline 12/17/12

November 15, 2012

Deadline: December 17, 2012

Who is eligible?

Applicants to the State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship Program must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Must be a high school senior who will graduate at the end of the 2012-13 school year*
    *Children of employees, agents, and retirees of the State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company (the “Company”) and children of employees of the Company’s subsidiaries and affiliates who are otherwise eligible may apply for scholarships, but they will not receive any preferences. Disqualified persons of the Foundation (within the meaning of Section 4946(a)(1) of the Code) will not be eligible for scholarships.
  • Plan to enroll in full time undergraduate study at an accredited two or four year college, university or vocational-technical school for the entire 2013-2014 academic year
  • Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 to 3.20 on a 4.00 scale (or its equivalent)
  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Demonstrate financial need

What will be awarded?

  • Up to twenty-six (26) selected recipients will receive a $2,500 award.
  • Awards may be renewed up to one additional year based on maintaining satisfactory academic performance and full-time enrollment.
  • Awards are for undergraduate study only.

AXA Achievement Scholarships for College-Bound High School Seniors- Deadline 12/1

September 27, 2012

AXA Achievement Scholarships for College-Bound High School Seniors

Apply Early! Only the first 10,000 applications will be considered. If the program reaches 10,000 applications before 11:59 PM CST on the deadline date of December 1, 2012, then the program will automatically close. Your application MUST be one of the first 10,000 submitted electronically.


The AXA Achievementsm Scholarship offers college scholarships of $10,000 and $25,000 to high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their activities in school, the community or the workplace. The scholarships are sponsored by the AXA Foundation, in association with U.S. News & World Report.

The 2013 program will be accepting applications from August 31, 2012 until 10,000 applications are submitted or 11:59 p.m. CST on December 1, 2012, whichever comes first. Your application MUST be one of the first 10,000 submitted electronically by the deadline date.

Who is eligible to apply?

Applicants to the AXA Achievementsm Scholarship in association with U.S. News & World Report must:

  • Be United States citizens or legal residents living or claiming residency in one of the 50 U.S. states, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico.
  • Be current high school seniors who plan to enroll full-time in an accredited two-year or four-year college or university in the United States for the entire 2013-2014 academic year. Enrollment at an accredited postsecondary institution outside of the United States will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
  • Demonstrate ambition and self-drive as evidenced by outstanding achievement in school, community or work-related activities.

Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars Program-Due Dec 3rd

November 6, 2010

The Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars Program brings talented college seniors and recent graduates to Washington, D.C., where they are placed in congressional offices and learn about health policy issues, with a focus on issues affecting racial and ethnic minority and underserved communities. Through the ten-week program (May 23, 2011 through August 6, 2011), Scholars gain knowledge about federal legislative procedure and health policy issues, while further developing their critical thinking and leadership skills. In addition to gaining experience in a congressional office, Scholars participate in seminars and site visits to augment their knowledge of health care issues, and write and present a health policy research memo that addresses a problem of concern to disadvantaged populations.

The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation established the Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars Program at Howard University to honor the legacy of former Foundation Trustee and Congresswoman Barbara Jordan and to expand the pool of students in the field of health policy who are interested in issues affecting racial and ethnic minority and underserved communities. As a member of the United States Congress and the Texas State Legislature, Barbara Jordan’s distinguished career was exemplified by her tireless advocacy of behalf of vulnerable populations. She brought this passion to her work, inspiring others to become involved in addressing challenging health policy issues.

Eligible candidates must be U.S. citizens who will be a senior or a recent  graduate (a person who graduated in September 2008 or later) of an accredited  U.S. college or university in the fall of 2011. Graduate students and individuals with an advanced degree are not eligible to apply.  Successful applicants will show evidence of academic achievement and will demonstrate the following: Be a member of a population that is adversely affected by racial or ethnic disparities in health; and/or Have  experience working in or with programs that address health issues  disproportionately affecting racial and ethnic minorities or underserved  communities (e.g. local health departments, community health centers,  inner city/rural hospitals or organizations that conduct research on or  develop policy related to health or healthcare disparities) or have done  previous academic work (e.g. taken courses, written papers or  participate in research projects) related to health disparities.

Please follow link below for more information/application:

Fall 2011 EPA Greater Research Opportunities Fellowships For Undergrad Environmental Study-Due Dec 9th

September 24, 2010

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Center for
Environmental Research (NCER), invites applications for the Greater
Research Opportunities (GRO) Fellowships for undergraduate
environmentally related study for bachelor’s level students.

The GRO Undergraduate Fellowship is intended for students entering
their last two years of study before obtaining their first bachelor’s
degree. The fellowship tenure is for two academic years (9 months
each) with a required paid internship during the summer after the
first year. Thus, only students who will be entering their last two
years of college will be considered eligible.

For more information please follow link below:

World Health Organization Internship- graduate student- Deadline Dec. 2008

October 14, 2008

Deadline: December 1, 2008.

As the acknowledged leader in global public health issues, WHO is
committed to building future leaders in public health. WHO’s
Internship Programme provides a wide range of opportunities for
students to gain insight into the work of WHO. Every year a limited
number of places for internships are available.

To take part in the programme, we look for the following minimum
eligibility criteria:

* Applicants must be enrolled in a degree programme in a graduate
school (second university degree or higher) both at the time of
application and during the internship
* Applicants pursuing their studies in countries where higher
education is not divided into undergraduate and graduate stages must
have completed at least three years of full-time studies at a
university or equivalent institution towards the completion of a
* A minimum of 20 years of age
* Possess a first degree in a public health, medical or social
field related to the technical work of WHO.
* Fluent in the working language of the office of assignment

NIH Research with repayment of up to $35,000 in student loans- College Students/Recent Graduates- 2008 Application Open 9/1/08 through 12/1/08

September 11, 2008

NIH Supports Research Careers by Repaying Student Loan Debt
Programs Help Increase the Pipeline of Scientists Addressing the Diseases and Disorders Affecting the Nation

NIH is now accepting applications for its extramural Loan Repayment Programs (LRPs), and is letting applicants know through it awareness-raising campaign slogan that “You do the research. NIH will repay your student loans.”

The LRPs repay up to $35,000 of educational loan debt annually for individuals who commit to conducting at least two years of qualified biomedical or behavioral research at a nonprofit institution of their choice. The annual application cycle started Sept. 1 and will continue until Dec. 1, 2008, for the five extramural LRPs: Clinical Research, Pediatric Research, Health Disparities Research, Contraception and Infertility Research, and Clinical Research for Individuals from Disadvantaged Backgrounds.

“The purpose of these programs is to recruit and retain highly-qualified health professionals as scientific investigators,” explained Norka Ruiz Bravo, Ph.D., NIH deputy director for extramural research. “Expanding the pool of researchers is critical to the health of our nation, and the LRPs play an important role in researcher retention.” Participants receive loan repayment benefits and tax offsets, which serve as one means of helping them remain in the scientific workforce.

Each year, some 1,600 research scientists benefit from the more than $70 million NIH invests in their careers through the extramural LRPs. On average, approximately 40 percent of all new LRP applications are funded.

Applicants often learn about the LRPs from colleagues, faculty, and mentors, and many applicants report that having a mentor was an important factor in developing a successful application. To qualify for the LRPs, applicants must possess a doctoral-level degree (except for the Contraception and Infertility Research LRP); devote at least 20 hours per week to research funded by a domestic nonprofit organization or federal, state, or local government entity; have educational loan debt equal to or exceeding 20 percent of their institutional base salary; and be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident.

Visit for more details and to apply.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) — The Nation’s Medical Research Agency — includes 27 Institutes and Centers and is a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It is the primary federal agency for conducting and supporting basic, clinical and translational medical research, and it investigates the causes, treatments, and cures for both common and rare diseases. For more information about NIH and its programs, visit

NIH Overseas Research Fellowship-Med student or Grad student- Deadline 12/14/2007

October 13, 2007

With the application submission deadline only two months away, I want to call your attention again to an exciting clinical research training experience for graduate level U.S. students in the health professions, the NIH/Fogarty International Clinical Research Scholars Program. The program offers a one-year clinical research training experience to advanced standing students in U.S. medical, osteopathic, or dental school; or students enrolled in doctoral level programs at U.S. schools of public health, optometry, nursing, pharmacy, or veterinary medicine.

This is an opportunity for highly motivated individuals to experience mentored research training at top-ranked NIH funded research centers in a diverse group of countries, including Bangladesh, Botswana, Brazil, China, Haiti, India, Kenya, Mali, Peru, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Uganda, and Zambia.

The program is sponsored by the NIH’s Fogarty International Center (FIC) in partnership with the NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the NIH National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, and the NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse. The Association of American Medical Colleges, Vanderbilt University, Meharry Medical College, Indent Inc., and the Association of Schools of Public Health are managing the program.

The deadline for the program is December 14, 2007.

To learn more and to obtain an application, please visit, or contact with questions.

NIH Loan Repayment Program for health profressionals involved in research- Deadline 12/1/2007

October 8, 2007

NIH is inviting health professionals engaged in biomedical and behavioral research to apply online for a loan repayment award. The loan repayment programs (LRPs) are a vital component of our nation’s efforts to recruit and retain highly qualified professionals to careers in research.

NIH annually awards loan repayment contracts to approximately 1,600 health professionals with an average award of $52,000. More than 50% of the awards are made to individuals less than 5 years out of school. Approximately 40% of all new applicants are funded and 70% of renewals are funded.

The LRP application cycle is open through December 1. NIH will repay up to $35,000 annually of qualified educational debt for health professionals pursuing careers in one of the five Loan Repayment Programs (LRPs). The programs also provide coverage for Federal and state tax liabilities.

To qualify, applicants must possess a doctoral-level degree, devote an average of 20 hours per week or more to research funded by a non-profit organization, university, or government entity (NIH grant support is not required). Applicants must also have outstanding educational loan debt equal to at least 20% of their institutional base salary and be U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

Please share this e-mail with the researchers in your organization who may benefit from LRP participation.

All applications for 2008 awards must be submitted online by 8:00 p.m. EST, December 1, 2007.

To access the online application or for program information, please visit the LRP Web site at For assistance call the Helpline at 866.849.4047 or send email inquiries to

Best regards,

Suman R. King, PhD
Director, NIH Division of Loan Repayment

SNMA Conference- Washington D.C.- 12/1-2/2007

September 16, 2007

Student National Medical Association Region VI, Inc Presents

The 2007 Medical Education Conference:

Awareness and Involvement in Disparities as Students in honor of World AIDS Day

December 1-2, 2007
hosted by Howard University College of Medicine
Washington, DC

stay tuned for more details or contact

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