Penn State University teaches the students that the real measure of success is what anybody does to improve the life of others and they learn to be hard working leaders in a global perspective. They conduct research to improve lives and add million to the economy through projects in their state and beyond. They also help communities by sharing their faculty expertise and research. They have introduced the scholarship facilities for the extraordinary and needy student from all over round the globe.
Here we have mainly listed the scholarship available in which the Indians are eligible to apply. Though other countries are also eligible.
1. Inter – College Graduate Student Outreach Achievement Award
The Inter – college Graduate Student Outreach Achievement Award started in spring 2004 with a generous donation from the alumni including Steven E. and Alice R. Linberg. There was a matching commitment from University Outreach also. The purpose of this award is to recognize the outstanding achievements of the degree candidates in any of the Inter – college Graduate Degree Programs (IGDPs) which would relate to bringing scholarship to the community in order to help benefit the society in some manner. This award endeavors to encourage our future scholars and researchers to embrace outreach and promote a commitment to advancing the welfare and quality of life for the public through scholarly pursuits.
For more details visit: http://www.gradschool.psu.edu/index.cfm/graduate-funding/fellowships/programs/outreach/outreachawardnominationformpdf/
2. Harold F. Martin Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Award
The Harold F. Martin Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Award recognizes the graduate assistants for their outstanding teaching performance. This award is jointly sponsored by the Graduate School, through the Harold F. Martin Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Award endowment, and the Office of the Vice President and Dean for Undergraduate Education also. The program is open to graduate students who have served as graduate assistants for at least two semesters within the last two years. Degree candidates carrying the title of instructor are not eligible for this award. Nominations may be submitted to the nominee’s graduate officer or department head. Typically, ten awards are offered in the amount of $ 500 each.
For more details visit: http://www.gradschool.psu.edu/index.cfm/graduate-funding/fellowships/programs/gradteach/gaotaapppdf/
3. AT&T Graduate Fellowship
The AT&T Graduate Fellowship is designed to recognize and provide financial assistance to outstanding graduate students who are conducting research in wireless data applications and have been admitted to Penn State as graduate degree candidates. Applications are due March 1, for one $ 5,000 scholarship to be disbursed the following fall semester.
Master’s and doctoral students who are conducting research in wireless data applications and will be registered as full-time, degree-seeking students for the following fall semester are eligible to apply.
For more details visit: http://www.gradschool.psu.edu/index.cfm/graduate-funding/fellowships/programs/attwgf/attapppdf/
4. Harold K. Schilling Dean’s Graduate Scholarship
The Harold K. Schilling Dean’s Graduate Scholarship recognizes outstanding graduate students whose course of study is relevant to science, religion and ethics.
This annual scholarship (minimum $ 2,000) was created in memory of Dr. Harold K. Schilling, professor and former dean of the Graduate School. Competition for this scholarship is open to graduate students who have achieved superior academic records or manifest promise of outstanding academic success and whose course of study is relevant to science, religion and ethics. Consideration may also be extended to graduate students whose studies involve critical societal benefits such as improvement of health, environment, and energy.
For more details visit: http://www.gradschool.psu.edu/index.cfm/graduate-funding/fellowships/programs/shilling/schilling-application/