Top 10 grants for Graduate School Students

Biomedical engineering graduate student Nasim has recently been awarded a grant for $60,000 per year, and is renewable for an additional year. The GPSA Individual Travel Grant exists to support and promote the success of ASU graduate and professional student research and professional development by increasing ASU’s reputation as a Research Extensive Institution, promoting the ASU graduate and professional student community at large, and fostering opportunities for professional growth. OFFICE HOURS The Director of Travel, Valentine Aglah, will be holding office hours at the Tempe Graduate Students Center to answer applicant questions all GPSA Travel Grant programs.
Tuition: $11,700
State: GU
Acceptance: -
Sean Moran, a UOG graduate student in Biology and Sea Grant Fellow, researches life history and genetics of a Guam freshwater eel Sean Moran, a UOG graduate student in Biology and Sea Grant Fellow, researches life history and genetics of an eel living in Guam’s streams Adrian Kense, a graduate student at UOG’s Marine Lab and Sea Grant Fellow, researches the diversity of these microscopic algal communities using environmental DNA sequencing.
Tuition: $20,766
State: AK
Acceptance: -
Tuition: $48,660
State: CA
Acceptance: -
The Director must have an understanding of the nature of foundation programs and the legal and financial obligations of grant stewardship. The Director of Corporate Foundation and Government Grants will. • Experience in grant proposal development is also essential.
Tuition: $22,644
State: AZ
Acceptance: -
The GPSA Individual Travel Grant exists to support and promote the success of ASU graduate and professional student research and professional development by increasing ASU’s reputation as a Research Extensive Institution, promoting the ASU graduate and professional student community at large, and fostering opportunities for professional growth. OFFICE HOURS The Director of Travel, Valentine Aglah, will be holding office hours at the Tempe Graduate Students Center to answer applicant questions all GPSA Travel Grant programs.
Tuition: $21,393
State: FL
Acceptance: -
Biomedical engineering graduate student Nasim has recently been awarded a grant for $60,000 per year, and is renewable for an additional year. Nasim’s grant is funded by the Miami Heart Research Institute, also known as Florida Heart Research Foundation.
Tuition: $10,560
State: MD
Acceptance: -
Credits applicant earned at another institution toward up to 75% of their degree or up to 50% of their graduate degree. The average bachelor graduate with transfer credits saves 45% on University tuition. Once applicant maximize their ManTech employee tuition assistance benefit, the Purdue Global Advantage Tuition Grant will kick in to cover any remaining tuition costs. The Advantage Tuition Grant cannot be combined with other Purdue Global grants or tuition reductions.
Tuition: $22,100
State: NH
Acceptance: -
Dr. Alexander Blount is the Principal Investigator of a grant from the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration. This grant is a 3-year award that aids in establishing practicum experiences for the university doctoral students in primary care settings throughout New England. The grant has allowed us to increase the university primary care placements from one to seven, with four willing to take a student in the future.
Tuition: $11,340
State: KY
Acceptance: -
Improved retention and graduation rates: s enrolled in the first year will be retained by 70% and 80% of these students will graduate in the fourth year .
Tuition: $21,000
State: IL
Acceptance: -
The Roy Scrivner Research Grants provide graduate student grants for empirical or applied research that encourages the study of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender family psychology and LGBT family therapy.
Tuition: $19,551
State: CO
Acceptance: -
The Graduate Student Association oversees the distribution of research and conference grant funding through a competitive application process that occurs four times per fiscal year. GSA grants are supplemental in nature to aid in the academic and professional development of UNC’s graduate students. Due to the limited nature of grant funding, each application cycle is highly competitive and designed to expose graduate students to the scrutiny and subjectivity of grants in the public and private sectors.