Important Scholarship News For Undergraduate Students


The Scholarships Unit at UCI produces a quarterly newsletter that provides information to the campus community about important scholarship news. These newsletters also highlight scholarship donors and scholars and connect readers to campus resources. Scholarship news is not only important to UCI students but also to the wider UCI community. This newsletter contains important scholarship information for undergraduate students. To receive the newsletter, click on the link below. Scholarship news can be found here. To receive the newsletter, subscribe to the Scholarships Unit’s email list.

IAEM 67th Annual Conference & EMEX

Early bird registration for the IAEM 67th Annual Conference – October 10 – is open to anyone who registers by Monday, October 10, 2022. Registration fees increase on October 11 and after that, late registration is subject to an additional fee. Online registration is the best way to lock in the discounted rate and save money. Make sure to use your registration number when registering online.

The conference will feature the latest in emergency management and homeland security. It will feature cutting-edge tools and developments in committee work. Those who register for the full IAEM conference can attend the Wednesday Night Presidential Banquet, a Sunday Night Welcome Party, and various workshops. Attendees will have the opportunity to network during breaks and during workshops. They will learn from one another and gain new perspectives on how to address their diverse challenges.

RTDNF awards scholarships

The Radio Television Digital News Foundation (RTDNF) awards scholarships to students who have shown promise in their careers in radio, television, digital journalism, or new media. To apply, students must be a full-time sophomore in college and pursuing a degree in one of these fields. To be eligible, students must be enrolled full-time in college and in good standing when September awards are given. Past winners of the RTDNF scholarships are not eligible to apply.

The RTDNF was created in 1978 to provide financial assistance for Canadian students. To date, the organization has given out over $372,500 in scholarships to deserving students from all levels, including universities and colleges, as well as those from racialized communities and Atlantic Canada. Its annual fundraiser raises funds for scholarships that enable students to further their education and make a positive impact on society. In addition to providing financial aid, the organization also honors and acknowledges distinguished journalists and First Amendment leaders.

Student Fulbright program in Scotland

The Student Fulbright program in Scotland gives college students a chance to study abroad while still in the United States. The commission awards Fulbright fellowships in many disciplines, including education and cultural exchange. The Summer Institute provides a unique perspective on contemporary Scotland, emphasizing the nation’s role in technology and innovation. For example, a Fulbright scholar might focus on the Scottish economy, a key aspect of its national identity.

A student Fulbright in Scotland offers the opportunity to spend the year abroad studying at a leading university in Scotland. The University of Glasgow, the oldest university in Scotland, is a research-intensive, award-winning university with more than 25,000 students. The university is ranked among the world’s top 100 universities by US News and World Reports, and is currently ranked 9th in the UK among universities more than 400 years old. Additionally, it has been named Scotland’s University of the Year.

Goldwater Scholarship

The Goldwater Scholarship is a college-level award that covers the costs of tuition, mandatory fees, and books. The award is worth $7,500, which students can use toward their tuition during the next academic year. Unlike other college scholarships, however, Goldwater Scholars receive full support for two years of undergraduate study. This means that a senior would only have to pay $7,500 in tuition for that year. Juniors receive the award for one year.

ASU Goldwater Scholars have been working on numerous applied research projects throughout the university. For example, they are collaborating with Regents Professor Paul Westerhoff to develop technologies to prevent biofilm growth in water storage tanks. They are also working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to reduce water usage and have developed a new method for sterilizing PPE. These projects have landed them the award. While studying at ASU, they are also participating in research projects at UW-Stevens Point and elsewhere.

Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo awards scholarships

The Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo awards over 438 scholarships each year. This organization was originally founded to make the city of Buffalo a better place to live. Early grantmaking efforts focused on arts, education, and public health. However, over time, the organization has begun to shift its focus toward left-of-center grantmaking and organizations. These funds come from endowments that have historically returned above average returns. In 2019, the Community Foundation will award more than four hundred scholarships.

The Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo is a 501 (c)(3) organization that connects ideas, people, and resources to improve the community. Established in 1919, the organization has dedicated itself to improving the quality of life in Buffalo and surrounding areas. Scholarships from this organization range in value from $1,000 to six thousand dollars. There are many other ways to apply for a scholarship through the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo. All you need to do is submit an application.

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