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Gallaudet University’s faculty produces world-class STEM graduates. In recognition of their quality and the need to expand opportunities and access to low-income deaf and hard of hearing students, the National Science Foundation has issued a grant to fund scholarships for students pursuing a variety of majors.
Students who can demonstrate financial need and wish to pursue bachelor’s degrees in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, or Information Technology are encouraged to apply for this award. First-year students will receive up to four years of scholarship support and transfer students will receive up to two-year scholarships.
In addition to the financial component, these awardees will benefit from access to the following to support their matriculation and retention supports:
Application Requirements Apply Here
Dr. Gaurav Arora (Principal Investigator), Associate Professor of Biology, STAMP
Dr. Caroline Solomon (Co- Principal Investigator), Professor of Biology and School Director, STAMP
Dr. Alicia Wooten (Co- Principal Investigator), Assistant Professor of Biology, STAMP
Dr. Christopher Hayes, (Co- Principal Investigator), Assistant Professor of Mathematics, STAMP
Eligibility requirements: Students must be US citizens or permanent residents Students must be full time or part-time students Students must be Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics or Information Technology majors Students must have a GPA >2.75. If your GPA is below 2.75, please contact us to...
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