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Charles E. Schmidt College of Science Scholarship Information
Please review the available undergraduate and graduate scholarships below or search for scholarships here.

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS Biological Sciences
Boca Raton Orchid Society Endowed Scholarship
Criteria: Biology majors with an interest in Botany who have excellent academic ability.

Chemistry and Biochemistry
Clark Scholarship Award Endowment
Criteria: Bachelor of Science Chemistry majors who show excellence in Organic Chemistry, have completed Advanced Organic Chemistry (CHM 4220), and have high academic excellence/

Geosciences
James P. and Eloise M. Latham Scholarship in Geography and Related Fields
Criteria: Full-time students with a 3.0 GPA or higher studying Geography or related field in their junior or senior years and who have financial need.

Mathematical Sciences
Isaac Shur Undergraduate Scholarship
Criteria: FAU Mathematics students with a minimum 3.5 GPA in mathematics courses who have completed at least 36 credit hours of undergraduate mathematics and through their excellent performance demonstrate promise in mathematics for a possible career (Letters of recommendation from two professors are required).

Calculus Sequence Scholarship
Criteria: FAU students who have earned an A in the Calculus sequence (MAC2311 Calculus, Analytic Geometry 1, MAC2281, MAC2312 or MAC2282--students can be enrolled in one of these two courses if needed) (Letters of recommendation from two professors are required).

Leanne and Spyros Magliveras Undergraduate Award
Criteria: FAU Mathematics students who have completed at least 24 credits of mathematics courses with a minimum 3.4 GPA in mathematics courses (Letters of recommendation from two professors are required).

Julio Bastida Endowed Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Mathematics majors in the junior or senior year who have demonstrated a strong academic performance and sharing Julio Bastida's passion for the liberal arts.

Physics
Excellence in Physics Scholarship
Criteria: Junior or senior Physics students who show academic excellence and merit in the field of Physics, and who have good standing with the University.

Psychology
Lisa Pollock Endowed Scholarship
Criteria: Psychology majors who have a 3.5 GPA in Psychology and a 3.0 overall who show financial need and have nomination letters from two faculty members.

Transfer Students
NSF LEARN™ Program

LEARN™ is a program for transfer students that focuses on the academic success of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) students. By working with on-campus partners, LEARN™ provides a select group of 20 transfer students with an inquiry-based and hands-on educational experience through learning about and conducting research. Accepted students will receive a $500 scholarship in the fall and an additional $1,500 scholarship in the spring if a research position has been secured. All LEARN™ students receive priority registration. Specifically, students will participate in the following:

  • Introduction to Research I and II courses in the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters. These are one-credit courses and the cost of the courses is waived for all LEARN™ participants
  • Academic, social, and community service programming
  • Opportunity to conduct research with a FAU faculty mentor in the spring semester
To be eligible for the program, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Matriculating to FAU in the summer or fall of 2016 with their Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree
  •  Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
  •  Declared major in the College of Science or College of Engineering and Computer Science
Interested students can visit the website http://learn.fau.edu, e-mail learn@fau.edu, or call 561-297-4879

General Science
Andrew R. and Marjorie C. Buglione Endowed Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Mathematics and Science majors who are graduating seniors from Palm Beach County high schools or transfer students from PBCC or PBSC with priority given to students from north Palm Beach County (awards may be made to residents of Palm Beach County presently enrolled in CESCOS); Recipients must evidence good character, have participated in extracurricular activities, should show evidence of financial need, and must maintain the GPA requirements for Mathematics and Science Majors.

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS Biological Sciences
Palm Beach County Fishing Foundation - Capt. Al Nathan Memorial Scholarship
Criteria: Graduate students studying Marine Biology.

The Marsh Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Graduate students with a 3.0 GPA pursuing a Masters or Ph.D majoring in Marine Biology or Ecology with verifiable financial need.

Dr. Vincent R. Saurino Fellowship for Graduate Students in Biological Sciences
Criteria: Outstanding full-time degree-seeking graduate students in Biological Sciences at FAU with high academic performance and potential who maintain the eligibility criteria and make satisfactory progress toward a degree (awarded on the basis of merit without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, or handicap).

Courtenay Graduate Scholarship in Conservation Biology
Criteria: Graduate students studying Conservation Biology who have shown high academic merit.

John Nambu Scholarship for Molecular Biology
Criteria: Biology graduate student participating in molecular biology research with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Established in memory of the late John Nambu, Professor of Biology, this fund is used to award one (1) scholarship annually to an outstanding graduate student participating in molecular biology research with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Chemistry and Biochemistry
Dr. Cyril Parkanyi Graduate Research Memorial Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Graduate students (MS and Ph.D.) in Chemistry and Biochemistry who work between May and August to advance their thesis research.

Geosciences Environmental Science Scholarships
Coastal Education & Research Foundation Fellowship
Criteria: Geosciences doctoral fellowship used in support of research and training in the general arena of coastal issues (including but not limited to coastal geomorphology, shore erosion and protection, sustainability of urban coastal development, coastal geology, coastal environments, and coastal hazards).

Geosciences Graduate Student Endowed Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Graduate degree-seeking students enrolled in Geosciences who submit an essay detailing their interest in geosciences and future career plans, their reasons for seeking the scholarship, and any demonstrated financial hardship.

Mathematical Sciences
Arthur Cayley Graduate Scholarship
Criteria: Graduate students with a 3.5 GPA in Mathematical Sciences working towards a degree in Algebra, Cryptology, or Combinatorics who have demonstrated excellence in Ph.D. research and are recognized as excellent and dedicated teachers while performing duties as GTAs (letters of recommendation from at least two professors are required).

Isaac Shur Graduate Scholarship
Criteria: Graduate students with a 3.5 GPA in Mathematical Sciences who have successfully completed the qualifying examinations (letters of recommendation from at least two professors are required).

Leanne and Spyros Magliveras Graduate Award
Criteria: Graduate students with a 3.4 GPA in Mathematical Sciences who have successfully completed the qualifying examinations (letters of recommendation from at least two professors are required).

Leanne and Spyros Magliveras Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Graduate students with a 3.7 GPA in Mathematical Sciences who have successfully completed the qualifying examinations and who have excellent performance in Mathematics courses, research, and teaching (letters of recommendation from at least two professors are required).

James Brewer Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Graduate students with a 3.0 GPA in Mathematical Sciences who have successfully completed the qualifying examinations with a high passing score in Abstract Algebra (letters of recommendation from at least two professors are required).

Psychology
Dewar Awards/Books Endowment
Criteria: Graduate students in Psychology who have completed one year of graduate school, are planning on pursuing a doctorate in Psychology, and who have a superior academic record and the ability to make important contributions in the field of psychology.

Jack B. Walker Scholarship Endowment
Criteria: Psychology Ph.D. students who will contribute to research in the field.

General Science
Rosalyn E. Schonzeit Scholarship in Environment Studies
Criteria: Graduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA, who show financial need, and who pursue a course of study in Environmental Studies.

Dean Perry College of Science Graduate Scholarship Fund
Criteria: FAU doctoral students admitted to candidacy for one of the CESCOS Ph.D. programs who have demonstrated excellence in dissertation research (e.g., publications, presentations at national meetings, or external funding, etc) and are in good academic standing with CESCOS and the Graduate College.

Andrew R. and Marjorie C. Buglione Endowed Scholarship Fund
Criteria: Mathematics and Science graduate students who are graduates from Palm Beach County high schools or transfer students from PBCC or PBSC with priority given to students from north Palm Beach County (awards may be made to residents of Palm Beach County presently enrolled in CESCOS); Recipients must evidence good character, have participated in extracurricular activities, should show evidence of financial need, and must maintain the GPA requirements for Mathematics and Science graduate programs.



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