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Org Purpose To provide financial assistance to underrepresented minority students interested in studying physics on the undergraduate level. Eligibility Any African American, Hispanic American, or Native American who plans to major in physics and who is a high school senior or college freshman or sophomore may apply. S. citizenship is required. The selection committee especially encourages applications from students who are attending or planning to attend institutions with historically or predominantly Black, Hispanic, or Native American enrollment.

Selection is based on academics, financial need, school activities, community service, work experiences, and letters of recommendation. Financial data Awards are $1,000 or $500 per year. Duration 4 years. Number awarded 2 each year: 1 at $1,000 and 1 at $500. Deadline March of each year. edu/~sherry/desgc Purpose To provide financial support to undergraduate students in Delaware involved in space-related studies. Eligibility This program is open to undergraduate students in aerospace engineering and space science-related fields studying at institutions belonging to the Delaware Space Grant Consortium.

Duration 1 year. Special features The recipients of these scholarships are automatically entered into competition for the Knight Ridder Minority Scholarship Program of $10,000 per year for 4 years. Number awarded 1 or more each year. Deadline November of each year. O. org Purpose To provide financial assistance to African Americans 29 in Illinois who are interested in studying journalism and are college juniors, seniors, or graduate students. Eligibility This program is open to African American juniors, seniors, and graduate students who are residents of the Chicago area or attend a college or university in the Chicago area.

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