SOPHOMORE FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION
For students focused on research in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Four students are nominated each year from Georgia Tech for the national competition.
Winners of the national competition receive a $7500 scholarship. Sophomores receive the scholarship for two years (junior and senior year).
- US citizenship or permanent residency is required.
- Most nominees have a 3.9 GPA or above.
Students should notify Dr. Karen Adams (email@example.com) of intent to apply by Nov. 15 and begin submitting essay drafts to her.
The campus deadline for the completed application is early January.
A campus committee selects the four nominees, and the national deadline for the for nominees is at the end of January.
Students may also apply as juniors for this award.
Udall scholarships are for undergraduates who demonstrated commitment to environmental resource issues OR who demonstrated commitment to tribal public policy or Native American health care.
Commitment is demonstrated through substantial contributions to one or more of the following: campus activities, environmental research, community or public service, or tribal involvement.
Applicants should plan a career that will make significant contributions to shaping environmental or tribal public policy through areas such as scientific advances, public or political service, or community action. Applicants should demonstrate leadership, character, and previous activities aimed at making a difference in environmental concerns.
Applicants must be a US citizen, national, or US permanent resident and have a strong GPA.
Scholarship provides $5000 for tuition, room and board, or other educational expenses.
Students may also apply as juniors.
Georgia Tech's campus deadline for Udall applications is in mid-January.
Notify Dr. Adams of intent to apply by mid-November.
Contact: Dr. Karen Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org
LOOKING AHEAD TO JUNIOR YEAR
Juniors only may apply for Truman Scholarship. It is for those interested in public service and work with the government.
The award is for $30,000 for graduate or professional school.
Applicants must be a US citizen.
Talk with the Truman advisor during the sophomore year to make plans for this application.
Contact Paul Hurst, email@example.com