Linda Lentz Hubert Grant
The Linda Lentz Hubert Grant, named in honor of an alumna, former professor, and champion of graduate education at Agnes Scott, is awarded to select students enrolled in the Writing and Digital Communication Program. Students enrolled for a Master of Arts will receive a total grant of $5,500 and students enrolled for a graduate certificate will receive a total grant of $3,000.
This grant is awarded based on a combination of an applicant's academic and professional history, and all application materials are considered in grant award decisions.
The Innovator’s Grant
The Innovator’s Grant is offered to graduate students on a competitive basis at the time of admission. This grant is allocated per class by semester and available to eligible applicants.
Grants are allocated per class by semester. Students must complete curriculum requirements to receive the full grant amount.
Applicable Master's degree programs include Data Analysis and Communication, Social Innovation, and Technology Leadership and Management.
Applicable graduate Certificate programs include Data Visualization, Evaluation and Assessment Methods, and Technology Leadership and Management.
The Dean’s Grant
The Dean’s Grant is an award offered on a competitive basis at the time of admission. This grant is allocated per class by semester and available to eligible applicants.
Grants are allocated per class by semester. Students must complete curriculum requirements to receive the full grant amount.
The Director's Grant
The Director's Grant is an award offered on a competitive basis at the time of admission. This grant is allocated per class by semester and available to eligible applicants.
$1,100 is offered for Master's Degrees and $500 - $600 is offered for Graduate Certificate students, depending on the length of program.
NDS Kildee Graduate School Scholarship
The top 25 All-American contestants in the past three National Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contests plus the Platinum winners in the past three National Dairy Challenge Contests are eligible to apply for up to two $3,000 scholarships for university post graduate study in a dairy related field.
Ella T. Grasso Literary Scholarship
The UNICO Foundation will provide two literary scholarships, valued at $1,000 each to matriculated college students submitting an original short story or essay celebrating their Italian heritage.
Financial Aid for Online Master of Professional Studies in Information Technology Management
Federal, state, and private grants and scholarships are available to MPS in IT Management students who qualify.
Pursuing a degree from SoPA is an investment in your future. That's why the university want every student who is eligible to be able to supplement the cost of their education with financial help. Whether you are a new or returning Tulane student, we are committed to helping you understand how financial aid works. In most cases, federal aid is awarded based on financial need. Need determinations are based on the data you provide on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Applicants who plan to seek federal financial aid are strongly advised to apply at least six weeks before the start of the semester. The deadline for all applications is January 1 for the spring semester, May 1 for the summer semester, and August 1 for the fall semester.
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Grants and Student Loans
All new graduate students who completed an undergraduate degree at North Park University can enter the CMHC program with a 20% tuition reduction thanks to the University’s Alumni Grant. This grant may be used for one course or the full program. It cannot be combined with any other scholarships or discounts that may be offered to you from North Park.
Swedish Covenant Hospital Partnership: North Park University is pleased to provide financial support for employees of Swedish Covenant Hospital (SCH) who enroll in degree programs, either in-person or online, according to the following parameters:
CMHC students may also be eligible for veteran’s benefits or other outside scholarships. The University can also work with you to take advantage of employer reimbursement benefits.
Student Loans: Many graduate students borrow student loans to pay for master’s degrees. All student loans must be repaid; most federal student loans are at a significantly lower interest than other private loans. In order to explore options for student loans, you must complete a FAFSA for each academic year you want loan funding. Generally, you will start loan repayment six months after you graduate or leave school.
Alumni Grant: The North Park University Alumni can enroll in graduate coursework with a 30% tuition reduction. This grant may be used for individual courses or a whole program, for in-person or online courses. This grant cannot be combined with any other scholarships or discounts that may be offered to you from North Park
Intercollegiate Studies Institute Graduate Fellowships
Intercollegiate Studies Institute Graduate Fellowships provide up to $15,000 to outstanding graduate students who intend to teach. Hundreds of ISI graduate fellowship program graduates are now teaching at colleges and universities around the country.
Academic Competitiveness and National SMART Grants
The Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG) and National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (National SMART Grant) Programs are the two student grant programs. These grants enable students to take more difficult courses in high school—making college success more possible, according to research—and to pursue high-demand college majors in the global economy, such as astronomy, mathematics, technology, engineering, and essential foreign languages, which were enacted to meet the rising need for better math and science instruction.
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation
The Cooke College Scholarship Program is an undergraduate scholarship program for high-achieving high school seniors of financial need who choose to attend and graduate from the nation's top four-year colleges and universities.
Each reward is designed to fund a substantial portion of the student's college experience, such as tuition, living expenses, books, and mandatory fees. Person awards differ depending on the cost of tuition as well as all other grants or scholarships they can earn.
Islamic Scholarship Fund Programs
ISF works to increase Muslim media representation in order to correct negative portrayals in news and journalism. The manner in which news is produced and written has an undeniable impact on public opinion. The ISF scholarship is available to the following media-related majors: Journalism, Writing, and Media Studies (Print & Digital)
ISF acknowledges the importance of policy in combating bigotry and seeks to expand the number of Muslim policymakers, lobbyists, nonprofit leaders, and campaigners. International Relations/Affairs, Political Science, Public Health, Social Justice/Civil Rights, Public Administration, and Sociology are among the policy-related majors eligible for the ISF scholarship.
ISF assists Muslim filmmakers in their efforts to tell visual, entertaining, and meaningful stories about American Muslims. The media, especially artistic works, has an undeniably powerful effect on society's views. Acting, Film & Television Production, and Theater are among the film-related majors eligible for the ISF scholarship.
Kingsberg Medical Scholarship
Kingsberg Medical, a nationally recognized medical firm, offers an annual scholarship to students at US-accredited colleges and universities. They have a sense of social responsibility and a keen desire to assist young Americans in their education, so they are making their small donation in the hope of assisting any of them. The scholarship will be given to exceptional students who demonstrate an artistic and scientific approach to writing an essay.
Margaret Yardley Fellowship
The Margaret Yardley Fellowship Fund was founded in 1930 to offer fellowship grants to eligible New Jersey women seeking post-graduate advanced studies at the school of their choosing.
Farnham Yardley made the first donation to the fund. Last year, the NJSFWC has been able to give between six and eight fellowship grants to worthy women. This fellowship fund's information (including application forms) is distributed to all New Jersey universities, state colleges, and private four-year colleges, as well as graduate programs at Harvard University and New York University.
CTA Scholarship for Dependent Children
The CTA Scholarship for Dependent Children offers a maximum of 35 scholarships of up to $5,000 each.
Kathryn D. Sullivan Earth and Marine Science Fellowship
Fellowship money awarded by the SC Space Grant Consortium and SC Sea Grant Consortium will be administered through your institution’s Grants and Sponsored Programs Offices. Indirect charges (IDCs) are NOT ALLOWED on any SC Space Grant student awards. A fellowship of $14,000 will be awarded, with each of the sponsoring programs contributing. SC Space Grant Consortium will contribute $8,000 and SC Sea Grant Consortium will contribute $6,000. No institutional match is required.
Forrest and Marjorie Martin Graduate Scholarship
The Forrest and Marjorie Martin Scholarships were established as a bequest from the Marjorie N. Martin Trust and Forrest Martin Marital Trust in 2007.
The Graduate Scholarship provides assistance to Eastern Jackson County residents who are full-time graduate students enrolled in at least nine credit hours at an accredited college or university.
American Water Works Association
AWWA and its members understand the importance of investing in students as the water industry's future. The AWWA helps students by offering subsidized memberships and more than 17 scholarships.
Every year at ACE, AWWA honors students and experts who have made significant contributions to AWWA and the water industry. This year seems a little different since they postponed ACE20 due to COVID-19, but they've also found a variety of ways to honor this year's scholarship recipients.
The Sigma Foundation for Nursing awards grants to nurses in order to enable them to contribute to the progress of nursing through research. Funding is allocated depending on the validity of the submitted study, the applicant's potential pledge, and the applicant's research budget. Applications from new researchers who have not secured any other national research funding are welcomed. All credentials being equivalent, preference will be granted to Sigma participants. Sigma Foundation for Nursing has annual grants. The grant funds do not offset costs accrued previous to the funding deadline.
Policies and Guidelines for Including Biostatistics Support on Grants
The guidelines lay out common scenarios and are meant to serve as a starting point for discussion for planning and budgeting purposes. In all cases, discussion with Biostatistics faculty early in the grant preparation process is necessary to ensure that the appropriate level of support is provided.
PhD faculty and master’s statisticians can participate in grant development in numerous ways including
If Biostatistics effort in proposal development is not covered by funded projects, time spent on proposal development will be billed at the current hourly rate or MOU.
Inclusion of Biostatistics Personnel in Project Budgets
PhD faculty effort:Biostatistics faculty should be included as named co-investigators (typically as key personnel) on collaborative applications. While effort may vary from year to year, an average of 10% effort (1.2 calendar months per year) over the project period is suggested as a guideline for most clinical projects and more complex basic science projects (see effort allocation guidelines below). Faculty may not be included on budgets for less than 5% effort without the approval of the Chair of the Department of Biostatistics.
Master’s statistician effort: Master’s statisticians and data management personnel provide assistance with data management, statistical programming, and preparation of reports and manuscripts. For most funded projects, master’s statistician should be coupled with PhD faculty effort.
Effort Allocation Guidelines
These guidelines provide suggested levels of support for projects of varying complexity and need of statistical expertise.
Large or complex projects (e.g. multi-site clinical trials, cores for program projects or SPORES): Total biostatistics annual effort 50–100+% per year, such as 20% or more of PhD faculty time plus 30–100% master’s statistician FTE.
Regular Projects (e.g., R01 involving clinical data, basic science project with complex analysis (eg. Omics data)): Total biostatistics annual effort 20–50%, such as 10–15% PhD faculty time plus 10–35% master’s statistician FTE.
Simple Projects (e.g., project under 250K direct per year): Total biostatistics effort 5–20% per year, such as 5-10% PhD faculty time plus 5-10% master’s statistician FTE.
Limited Scope projects: Total biostatistics effort <5% per year