Nuclear Forensics Undergraduate Scholarship Program -- Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, the NFUSP provides scholarships to qualified undergraduate students pursuing degrees in disciplines relevant to technical nuclear forensics including physics, chemistry, nuclear engineering, and material science. Scholars gain hands-on experience through summer research opportunities at the Department of Energy national laboratories, including close interaction with technical experts throughout the national nuclear forensics community. The NFUSP aims to build a viable student career path in nuclear forensics in order to cultivate the next generation of highly qualified scientists in this critically important field. Please see the instructions for application and the application form.
AFTE awards $2000.00 annually to students seeking a career in Forensic Science. Applications will be reviewed and recipients chosen by the Scholarship Committee prior to the annual AFTE Training Conference.
Are you aware of career opportunities as a science librarian? Science librarians are employed by universities, government agencies, industry and even large public libraries. Jobs range from entry level reference librarians to bioinformatics librarians and specializations are numerous, from catalogers to data curation information professionals.
A number of scholarships and awards for Eberly College of Science students have been endowed through the generous support from friends of the College. Scholarships are awarded to outstanding students, however due to limited funding scholarships are highly competitive.
Penn State scholarships are highly competitive due to limited funding. Scholarships are included in your Student Aid Summary on eLion and count toward your cost of attendance.
Scholarships are offered by some Penn State administrative areas.
Academic college scholarships are based primarily on scholastic performance.
All Penn State campuses award scholarships to eligible first-year students based on academic performance, SAT/ACT scores, financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), leadership, and community service.
You may be eligible for outside scholarships from businesses or organizations in your local community with which you have affiliations.
Information and resources for Federal, Pennsylvania, and out-of-state grants.
About the Federal Direct Stafford, Parent PLUS, Graduate PLUS, and Perkins Loans, as well as federal loan servicers and resources for private alternative loans.
Federal Work-Study allows you to earn money to help cover non-billable educational expenses by working within your college or campus, University office, or at an off-campus, nonprofit organization. Positions are available at every Penn State campus.