Presentation on Nationally Competitive Scholarships
and Fellowships for UH Math Students
When: 2-3PM, Friday, March 30
Where: 232 PGH
There are several nationally competitive scholarships and fellowships for undergraduates, and winning any one of these can have a dramatic impact on one's life and career. The support of such an award, together with the prestige that it carries, can open doors and provide opportunities that are life changing.
Ben Rayder, head of the UH Office of External Scholarships and Fellowships, will be giving a presentation on finding and applying for major scholarships that is aimed at mathematics students. These awards include the Goldwater, Fulbright, Rhodes, Marshal, Gates, and Truman scholarships, among others. Currently UH has fewer students applying for these awards than we should, and many UH students that would be competitive for these awards are often not applying. Come to this presentation to find out more about these awards, and perhaps you will find yourself applying for transformative, life-changing opportunities you would not have considered in the past.
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