For more information, check our web site! http://oregonstate.edu/dept/grad_school/

 

 

 

 

 

2005-06 Scholarship/Fellowship Competition Schedule

Programs Administered by the Graduate School

 

          Fellowship

       or Scholarship

            Program

 

                                    

                              Eligibility

                                Criteria

 

         Type and

           Amount

          of Award

 

Anticipated Announcement

          Date

 

 

    Nominations

       Deadline

 

 

     Number of

   Awards Made

 

 

    Date Awards

     Determined

 

 

 

      Oregon Laurels

          Graduate

         Scholarship

 

Merit-based awards for first-year graduate students only; US citizens/permanent residents; full-time; degree-seeking; preference given to Oregon residents but eligible domestic non-residents will be considered. Departments must rank-order their nominations and may submit no more than 10 nominations.

 

Full & partial tuition remission; amount determined by student's residency status.

 

2/14/05

 

 

 

3/15/05

 

 

     Numerous

 

4/1/05

 

 

 

 

      Oregon Laurels

       Supplemental

          Graduate

         Scholarship    

 

Merit-based awards for new or continuing grad students; domestic or international; full-time; degree-seeking; Departments must rank-order their nominations and may submit no more than 10 nominations.

 

Full & partial tuition remission; amount determined by student's residency status.

 

       2/14/05

 

       3/15/05

 

     Numerous

 

        4/1/05

 

 

 

 

       Oregon Sports

     Lottery Graduate

         Scholarship

 

Regularly admitted graduate or professional students in good standing; degree-seeking; full-time; domestic or international.  Departments must rank-order their nominations and may submit no more than 3 nominations.

 

Merit and need based awards ranging between $1,500 - $5,000

 

        2/7/05

 

3/18/05

 

 

     Numerous

 

Approximately

5/1/05

pending OUS funding

level notification

 

 

 

      Lenore Bayley

          Graduate

         Fellowship

 

Awarded on the basis of academic merit and promise for the future; domestic and international graduate students; degree-seeking; full-time; meritorious standing.  Departments may submit only one nomination.

 

Award amount varies - to be announced

 

       1/31/05

 

       2/21/05

 

          One

 

       3/18/05

 

 

 

P.F. Yerex

& Nellie Buck Yerex Graduate Fellowship

 

Regularly admitted degree-seeking graduate students in scientific and technological fields; U.S. citizen or permanent residents; full-time; based on academic achievement and promise for the future.  Departments may submit only one nomination.

 

Award amount varies - to be announced

 

       1/31/04

 

 

       2/21/05

 

One or more

 

       3/18/05

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

2005-06 Scholarship/Fellowship Competition Schedule

Programs Administered by the Graduate School (continued)

 

          Fellowship

       or Scholarship

            Program

 

                                    

                              Eligibility

                                Criteria

 

         Type and

           Amount

          of Award

 

Anticipated Announcement

Date

 

 

    Nominations

       Deadline

 

 

     Number of

   Awards Made

 

 

    Date Awards

     Determined

 

 

Eric Englund Memorial

Post-Graduate

Scholarship

 

Applicants must have received at least one degree from OSU prior to the upcoming commencement, must pursue graduate study in agricultural & resource economics (preferably in its international aspects), or home economics; domestic or international students are eligible to apply. Prior recipients are ineligible. Applicants are initially ranked by Agricultural & Resource Economics or College of Health and Human Sciences.

 

Awards may vary, but normally will be $2,000 per year.

 

       2/21/05

 

      3/28/05*

 

*proposed date for materials to be received in Graduate School from AREC and CHHS

 

Up to four

 

        4/8/05

 

 

   Thurgood Marshall

          Graduate

         Fellowship     

 

Nominees may be new or continuing degree-seeking graduate students in any field of study; based on academic merit, financial need, first generation to attend University, demonstrated community service, leadership, and/or involvement with diverse communities; full-time; good standing.

 

$4,000 stipend plus tuition remission.

 

       2/21/05

 

       3/28/05

 

          One

 

        4/8/05

 

 

Minority Graduate

Student Pipeline Support

Fellowship

 

Nominees must be doctoral students of color in departments with historical under-representation; master's students who will ultimately pursue the PhD within their graduate programs will be considered; candidates must indicate an interest in collegiate level teaching and/or research.

 

Stipends ranging between $13,600 -$20,000, plus tuition remission for one year; departments must provide match for two years of equivalent support.

 

       1/24/05

 

       2/21/05

 

        Varies

 

        3/4/05

 

 

Instructionally Related

Minority Faculty Doctoral

Advancement Support

 

Minority group nontenure-track faculty and professional staff within OUS who demonstrate potential to complete a doctoral degree; full-time enrollment will be encouraged to meet program residency requirements and expedited degree completion.

 

Awards negotiated on a case-by-case basis. Will require departmental match by employing department.

 

       1/24/05

 

       2/21/05

 

        Varies

 

        3/4/05

 


 

 

2005-06 Scholarship/Fellowship Competition Schedule

Programs Administered by the Graduate School (continued)

 

          Fellowship

       or Scholarship

            Program

 

                                    

                              Eligibility

                                Criteria

 

         Type and

           Amount

          of Award

 

Anticipated Announcement

          Date

 

 

    Nominations

       Deadline

 

 

     Number of

   Awards Made

 

 

    Date Awards

     Determined

 

 

Flyfisher’s Club

Graduate Fellowship

 

 

Must qualify for regular graduate admission in Colleges of Ag Science, Forestry, or Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences; pursue study of endemic wild stocks of fish in Oregon.

 

Award amount is approximately $4,750

 

4/18/05

 

5/13/05

 

One

 

5/27/05

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Herbert F. Frolander

Outstanding

Graduate Teaching

Assistantship Award

 

Must be appointed as a graduate teaching assistant during the academic year in which the call for nominations takes place.  Departments are asked to submit only one nomination.

 

A cash award of $1000, a personal plaque in recognition of the honor, and name engraved on permanent plaque in Valley Library.

 

        3/1/05

 

       4/15/05

 

          One

 

       5/13/05

 

 

Oregon University System – SYLFF Graduate Fellowship for International Research

 

(This fellowship is administered by the Oregon University System.  Please see their web site for details:

http://gradschool.uoregon.edu/OUS_SYLFF_Fellowship.html)

 

Regularly admitted, full-time, degree-seeking graduate students who demonstrate high potential for future leadership in international affairs, in public life as well as private sector; domestic and international graduate students in virtually any field whose academic plans and work relate closely to the purpose of the fellowship may be considered.  Preference given to nominations that include commitment of department/program financial support demonstrated by assistantship or other comparable award.

 

Up to $12,000 stipend for one year of full-time study with possibility of reduced awards for one or two additional years depending upon the student's academic performance, program progress, stage of program completion, and availability of funds.

 

Typically Announced by the

Chancellor's Office

mid-January

 

Typically Due in the

Chancellor's Office

by mid-April

 

Varies

 

Determined by the

Chancellor's Office

in May

 

 

University Club

Foundation, Inc.

Graduate Fellowship

 

Nominees must be full-time graduate students Fall 2004 in a program leading to an advanced academic or professional degree; demonstrate leadership qualities and potential for contributions to the good of our society.  Nominees must enjoy the high regard and respect of their supervising faculty.  Departments are asked to submit only one nomination.

 

Cash award of approximately $5,000.

 

Typically Announced by the

University Club Foundation, Inc.

& distributed on campus

in March each year

 

Nominations due in the

Graduate School

In early April; timing dependent upon UCF’s program announcement

 

Up to four awards granted

from a total of 12

nominations submitted by Oregon's major public universities (OH&SU, OSU, PSU, UO)

 

Determined by

the University Club Foundation in June

 

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