Here you will find a collection of scholarship, fellowship and grant opportunities available to CBS faculty, staff and students.
UROP projects with a significant informatics component have the opportunity to apply for additional funding. The University of Minnesota Informatics Institute will provide funding for these projects, which need to either address a data challenge within a research problem in any field of application or address informatics methodologies or techniques more broadly. Students interested can apply through the normal UROP process.
|The Office of National and International Scholarships is hosting a Sophomore Scholarships Session on Monday, April 27 to help students learn more about applying for different junior-year scholarships. Some of the scholarships they will cover include Goldwater Scholarships, Truman Scholarships, Fulbright Scholarships, Udall Scholarships and many more. The event will run from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. in 240 Northrop.|
Call for nominations for the 2015-16 awards, grants, and scholarships for University women. University-wide awards honor the contributions, research, and/or leadership of current University women faculty and staff; University-wide grants offer funds to further equity for women; and University-wide scholarships support outstanding women students.
A nonrenewable scholarship of $2000 is available to currently registered graduate students in the plant sciences and related disciplines from the Philip C. Hamm Memorial Scholarship Program. This is the most prestigious award in the plant sciences at the University of Minnesota. The award is highly competitive and the recipient(s) are usually in the advanced stages of a PhD program, often with multiple refereed publications.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is now inviting applications to Grand Challenges Explorations, which has awarded over 1070 grants in over 58 countries to date.
Grand Challenges Explorations seeks innovative global health and development solutions. Applicants can be at any experience level; in any discipline; and from any organization, including universities, government laboratories, research institutions, non-profit organizations as well as for-profit companies.
The Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences is issuing a call for proposals addressing the societal implications of problems in health, environment, or the life sciences to graduate and professional students for work during the upcoming summer (2014) and/or academic year (2014/15). A total of $35,000 is available for these grants with a maximum award of $7,000. Proposals for student-initiated programs or colloquia will also be accepted.
The Institute on the Environment is accepting proposals for research that addresses grand challenges of global significance in the areas of climate change; food, land use and ecosystems; freshwater resources; population, health and development; and strategies and systems for sustainability.
Initial proposals are due March 21.
Please visit IonE online for more information on Discovery Grant proposal guidelines and to view past award recipients.