[ugrads] Fwd: NASA Scholarship Opportunity Now Open

Fred J. Hickernell hickernell at iit.edu
Tue Jan 27 16:30:59 CST 2009



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> From: Russell Betts <betts at iit.edu>
> Date: January 27, 2009 4:24:42 PM CST
> To: "'John F. Zasadzinski'" <zasadzinski at iit.edu>, "'Kathryn Riley'"  
> <riley at iit.edu>, "'Ishaque Khan'" <khan at iit.edu>, korel at iit.edu,  
> "'Patrick Ireland'" <pireland at iit.edu>, "'Norman G Lederman'" <ledermann at iit.edu 
> >, "'Fred J. Hickernell'" <hickernell at iit.edu>
> Subject: FW: NASA Scholarship Opportunity Now Open
>
> FYI/A
>
> From: Ali Cinar [mailto:cinar at iit.edu]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 3:34 PM
> To: Mike Gosz; Betts Russell; Cramb Alan; John S. Kallend
> Subject: FW: NASA Scholarship Opportunity Now Open
>
> In case you have not received this message.
>
> Ali Cinar
> Vice Provost for Research
> Dean of the Graduate College
> Professor of Chemical Engineering
>
> Illinois Institute of Technology
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> From: Hispanic College Fund [mailto:media at hispanicfund.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 2:51 PM
> To: cinar at iit.edu
> Subject: NASA Scholarship Opportunity Now Open
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> December 12, 2008
>
>
> NASA-MUST Scholarship Application OPEN
>
> Available NOW online at www.nasa.gov/education/must
>
> The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is sponsoring the  
> Motivating Undergraduates in Science and Technology (MUST) Program,  
> offering support to undergraduate students in science, technology,  
> engineering and math (STEM) disciplines across the United States.  
> Program participants receive a scholarship, NASA internship and  
> access to a wealth of professional development opportunities.
>
> The Program offers:
>
> A one year competitive scholarship covering up to one-half of  
> tuition and fees, not to exceed $10,000 per academic year. The  
> scholarship is renewable through the student's junior year pro-vided  
> that all eligibility criteria continue to be met.
>
> Support from MUST Professional and Academic Support System  
> (PASS)providing scholars with an online student community and  
> professional development/leadership training.
>
> A $6,000 (10-week summer internship stipend) to participate plus  
> transportation and location allowance not to exceed $1,000. Students  
> will have the opportunity to participate in a paid intern-ship at  
> one of ten nationwide NASA (National Aeronautics and Space  
> Administration) centers.
>
> Invaluable resources, insight, and experience to further STEM  
> education and career aspirations from the MUST Consortium, comprised  
> of three member organizations: the Hispanic College Fund, the United  
> Negro College Fund Special Programs Corporation, and the Society of  
> Hispanic Professional Engineers.
>
> Eligibility Requirements:
>
> ·         Must be a U.S. citizen. Students from underrepresented  
> groups (women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and  
> individuals from rural and low-income communities) are encouraged to  
> apply.
>
> ·         Must reside in the United States or a U.S. Territory.
>
> ·         Be a college freshman, sophomore or junior and hold full- 
> time academic status at an accredited college or university for the  
> 2009-2010 academic year.
>
> ·         Must earn and maintain a cumulative grade point average of  
> no less than 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (un-weighted).
>
> ·         Must be enrolled in STEM disciplines whose majors are  
> aligned with NASA's core competencies (physical science, technology,  
> engineering, or mathematics degree).
>
> Deadline for applications: February 2, 2009
>
>
>
> For more information, visit:
> www.hispanicfund.org, www.uncfsp.org, www.shpe.org, or www.nasa.gov/education/must 
> .
> Consortium member contact: Holly Triska, MUST Program Manager at  
> (800) 644-4223
>
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Fred J. Hickernell, Professor and Chair
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