Rising seniors, alumni, graduate and professional students at UW are encouraged to apply for the Luce Scholars Program (http://www.hluce.org/lsprogram.aspx). This is great opportunity for those with little or no prior experience in, or education about, Asian countries to add this valuable perspective to their future career interests!
The UW is able to nominate 3 students per year to compete nationally for the opportunity to spend 12 months in Asia. The program provides stipends, language training and individualized professional placement in Asia for fifteen to eighteen young Americans each year.
During the current application cycle for the 2015-16 program, applicants must be American citizens who, by July 1, 2015, will have received at least a bachelor’s degree and will not have reached their 30th birthday. Applicants should have a record of high achievement, outstanding leadership ability, and a clearly defined career interest with evidence of potential for professional accomplishment. Those who already have significant experience in Asia or Asian studies are not eligible for the Luce Scholars Program. (Eligibility criteria are set by the Henry Luce Foundation; additional details are provided in the Program Summary below.)
Information sessions covering the program basics, application and nomination process will be held:
Campus application deadline: Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2014
UW application and information at: http://expd.washington.edu/scholarships/search/search-results.html?page_stub=luce
Luce Scholars Program Advisers at UW:
- For graduate students or alumni – Marilyn Gray, firstname.lastname@example.org, G-1 Communications
- For undergraduate students or alumni – Robin Chang, email@example.com, 171 Mary Gates Hall
The Luce Scholars Program represents a major effort by the Henry Luce Foundation to provide an awareness of Asia among potential leaders in American society. Launched in 1974, the Luce Scholars Program is aimed at a group of highly qualified young Americans in a variety of professional fields. It is unique among American-Asian exchanges in that it is intended for young leaders who have had limited experience of Asia and who might not otherwise have an opportunity in the normal course of their careers to come to know Asia.
Luce Scholars have backgrounds in virtually any field other than Asian studies, including but hardly limited to medicine and public health, the arts, law, science, environmental studies, international development, and journalism.
Placements can be made in the following countries or regions in East and Southeast Asia: Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam.
In spite of its name, the Luce Scholars Program is experiential rather than academic in nature. Some Scholars have been attached to Asian universities in teaching or research capacities, but none of the participants is formally enrolled as a student in a college or university and no academic credit is extended. Past placements have included an architect’s atelier in Tokyo; a public health program in Banda Aceh; a Gobi regional initiative in Ulaanbaatar; a dance theatre in Kuala Lumpur; an agricultural and environmental center in Hanoi; a human rights commission in Seoul; a pediatric hospital in Bangkok; a TV network in Beijing; a national museum in Siem Reap; an international arbitration centre in Singapore; and English-language newspapers, local governmental agencies and NGOs in diverse fields throughout East and Southeast Asia.
Professional placements are arranged for each Scholar on the basis of his or her individual interest, background, qualifications, and experience. Each Scholar spends July and August studying the language of the placement country, and the work assignments run for approximately ten months from September until July of the following year. The placements are intended primarily as learning opportunities for the Scholars. Certainly it is hoped that a Scholar will be able to make a professional contribution to the host organization, but equally important is a willingness to learn some of the many things that Asia has to teach.
UW’s recent Luce Scholars:
The Western Union Foundation Family Scholarship Program
Apply Online Today Through May 23, 2014!
Greetings from the Institute of International Education (IIE)! On behalf of the Western Union Foundation, we are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Family Scholarship Program.
The Family Scholarship Program provides two members of an immigrant family, currently living in the United States, with a scholarship to support their education. Scholarships may be used for college tuition, language acquisition classes, technical training and GED classes. Two family members must submit one application jointly for the program, and they can request up to $5,000 in scholarship funds per family. The Family Scholarship Program is helping immigrant/migrant fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, and brothers and sisters move up the economic development ladder through education.
Scholarship recipients are determined in a selection process independently managed by IIE. All scholarship awards will be paid directly to the educational providers, and no payments will be made directly to individuals.
- All applicants for scholarships must be age 18 or older.
- Both applicants are members of the same family.
- Applicants must have been in the United States for seven years or less.
- Both applicants must have been born outside of the United States.
- Both applicants must be living in the United States currently.
- The educational institutions for both of the family members must be in the United States.
- The application must include educational institutions for both the primary and secondary award recipients (the two family members).
- Scholarships may be used for tuition for college/university education, language acquisition classes, technical/skill training, and/or financial literacy.
- Scholarships may not be used for advanced degrees (such as Masters, PhD).
- Scholarships will be made only to accredited higher-education institutions and training/educational providers.
- Western Union employees, Western Union Agents and dependents are not eligible to apply for these scholarships.
The scholarship deadline and award notification dates are:
Application Deadline: May 23, 2014
Scholarship Notifications Made: Early July
We encourage you to please spread the word amongst your family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues to submit an application for this wonderful opportunity! For questions about the program, please visit our website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Please note that if you have already received an award from the program, you are no longer eligible to apply.**
The University of Washington Alumni Association (UWAA) Multicultural Alumni Partnership (MAP) awards scholarships to deserving University of Washington students who need financial assistance to assist with their progress toward a degree at the UW. Funding for these scholarships comes from contribution from UW alumni and friends as well as proceeds from the Bridging the Gap Breakfast held annually on Homecoming Saturday.
One of MAP’s missions is to promote the UW and the UWAA. It supports the recruitment of diverse students, faculty and staff and encourages appropriate mentoring activities.
Qualifications for MAP Scholarships:
- Continuing UW student in good standing
- Full-time student at the University of Washington, undergraduate or graduate/professional
- Minimum one quarter at the UW
- Financial aid need as determined by the UW Office of Student Financial Aid
Completing the on-line application process includes two steps:
Step 1: Complete UWAA MAP scholarship application questionnaire at https://catalyst.uw.edu/webq/survey/jflowers/232281 (after submission you will receive a confirmation code and instructions for Step 2)
Step 2: Upload three scholarship supporting documents at https://catalyst.uw.edu/collectit/dropbox/jflowers/31564
- One reference letter from faculty member, adviser, academic personnel, or community leader (signed reference letter must be scanned and uploaded by the applicant)
- A one-page typed narrative describing the applicant’s personal background, academic and career goals, financial need, commitment to diversity, and the applicant’s involvement with campus and/or community organizations
- Copy of UW transcript (unofficial transcript acceptable)
Additional materials will not be accepted. We will not accept phone calls regarding application status. Recipients will be contacted by telephone. Non-recipients will not be notified; if you have not been contacted within five weeks of the application deadline, you were not selected. However, the Office of Student Financial Aid will retain your application in case other scholarship funds become available. All information will be kept confidential.
Scholarship recipients must be available to attend MAP Bridging the Gap Breakfast on Saturday, October 25, 2014. The Multicultural Alumni Partnership (MAP) strives to maintain a close relationship with its scholarship recipients. Support of a diverse student body is at the heart of MAP’s mission. Students are our future alumni; thus, MAP aims to support students and encourages your involvement in our programs.
Questions: Contact Dr. James Flowers, (206) 616-2309 or email@example.com
Applications must be submitted by Friday, May 30, 2014.
Boyce Scholarship Supplement 2014-15
The 2014 National Association of Black Accountants Seattle Chapter Scholarship Application form. This year at the 28th annual Scholarship & Awards Banquet, NABA along with our corporate sponsors will be awarding numerous scholarships to deserving undergraduate & high school students.
Please review the application below:
2014 NABA Seattle Chapter Scholarship Application
EOP George Newsome Humanitarian Memorial Scholarship
The George Newsome Humanitarian Memorial Scholarship was established in honor and memory of George Newsome (1950-1998). He was a dedicated and inspirational advisor in the Educational Opportunity Program for over nine years. George was a passionate student advocate who influenced the lives of many students and motivated them to reach their highest potential. In 1997, his colleagues across campus, the Association of Professional Advisors and Counselors selected him as Advisor of the Year.
Eligibility for the GNHMS:
- UW grade point average of 2.5 or above
- Enrolled Full-time student at the UW Seattle Campus (12 to 18 credits)
- Completed 75 UW credits or a minimum of 24 UW credits for a transfer student. (End of Winter Quarter 2014)
- Utilized the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), TRIO Student Support Services, College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), and/or Champion’s services
Please submit application through this link below:
George Newsome Humanitarian Memorial Scholarship
____Applicant Narrative Statement: Describe in detail the humanitarian project you were involved with and outline your role and contributions to the effort. Share what you learned from this experience and how it impacted you and/or made a difference in the lives of others. (one page typed essay)
____One Recommendation Letter from a community leader/mentor
____Copy of Financial Aid Award Letter (if applicable)
Completed application must be received by 5 pm, April 21, 2014. The recipient of the scholarship will be notified by May 7, 2014. All information will be kept confidential.
The George Newsome Humanitarian Memorial Scholarship recipient must attend the EOP Celebration Ceremony that honors OMA/D students for their outstanding academic achievements. It will be held on Thursday, May 22, 2014 at 5:00pm in the Husky Union Building,
The GO! and Fritz Scholarships are open to UW undergraduates from all three campuses and offer awards of $2000 – $5000 to support study abroad.
The deadline for GO! and Fritz applications is Thursday, April 24 at 5pm.
- Students studying abroad during summer, early fall, or fall 2014 should apply now.
- Students studying abroad in winter or spring 2015 should apply at our next deadline in November.
We’re offering information sessions and drop-in advising to answer student questions and provide application feedback.
- Info sessions are Tuesday, 4/8 at 3:30pm in Schmitz 450 and Thursday, 4/17 at 3:30pm in ECC 308.
- Advising is available at our drop-in hours: Tuesdays 3-5pm in MGH171, Wednesdays 10-11am in MGH171, and Thursdays 2-4pm in Schmitz 459.
- Students are welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
We invite all students interested in study abroad (and advisers too!) to our next Study Abroad Meet & Greet on Thursday, 4/17 from 4:30 – 5:30pm in ECC 308.
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- GO! and Fritz Scholars just back from their studies abroad will be there to talk about their experiences and answer questions.
- Delicious international snacks will be served!
The Edward Quammen Scholarship is pleased to award its first annual scholarship to qualified students pursuing an education and career in international business. The scholarship was founded in 2011 to honor Edward Quammen. Scholarships are available to current college students who wish to finish their education so that they may, like Ed, pursue a career in international business, finance or economics.
To be eligible:
· Applicants must be current college students at the time of the award,
· Applicants must junior or senior status Fall Quarter 2013. Graduate students are eligible.
· Applicants must demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in business, banking or economics on an international level.
The selection committee will consider short and long term career goals, academic achievements and records and extracurricular activities. Please visit the link below to review the full list of eligibility requirements for this scholarship.
Deadline: Friday, February 28, 2014
Amount: varies between $1,000 and $3,000
Application location: http://www.edwardquammenscholarship.com/
For additional information, contact:
Edward Quammen Scholarship
PO Box 904
Bellingham WA 98227
I am happy to announce that the ASUW Husky Pride Fund is awarding two $1,250 for students traveling abroad on Exploration Seminars this fall. This is a need based scholarship that focuses on helping students enhance their UW experience.
More information about the scholarships can be found at hpf.asuw.org
Burgess Malarkey | Director of Service and Partnerships
Associated Students of the University of Washington
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Dear Undergraduate Researcher,
If you are interested in paid summer research experiences, the University of Virginia has exciting opportunities in the biomedical sciences. Please review the brief description below. We sincerely hope you will consider joining us as we strive to provide students with the requisite knowledge and skills to lead efforts to cure and/or better treat human disease in the 21st Century.
23rd Annual University of Virginia Summer Research Internship Program (SRIP)
Application and all supported materials must be received by February 21, 2014.
Ten week summer research internships are available for qualified undergraduates considering a career in biomedical research. If accepted, the program provides:
* A generous stipend ($4,590 in 2013)
* Round-trip travel and free housing
Supported by peer-reviewed NIH grants and other extramural organizations, SRIP exposes a diverse group of students to current biomedical research. SRIP alumni have had great success at starting their research careers and many have enrolled in our graduate programs at UVA. For complete information and to access the application please visit our site.
Jeff Baker | Graduate Programs Office | UVA School of Medicine
Box 800738 | Charlottesville, VA 22908 | Office: 1146 McKim Hall
Phone: 434-924-1757 | Fax: 434-243-1434 | email@example.com
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