Through a donation from the National Space Grant Foundation (www.spacegrant.org), Idaho Space Grant Consortium is awarding a $1,000 scholarship to an incoming first year Idaho college or university student who will be initiating pursuit of a STEM Education degree in the next year.
Our mission with this scholarship is to encourage students who have an interest in STEM to share their passion and goals with us.
We recognize that students from all backgrounds have an interest in STEM disciplines and could benefit from this scholarship. We would like to support a student that may be at a disadvantage when compared to their peers. We encourage students with exceptional needs, underrepresented individuals, former military members, and veteran families to apply.
The application asks for you to share how your life will be improved by this scholarship and to reflect on hardships you have overcome.
This scholarship can be used for educational travel, STEM experience, training, or school.
Due by Midnight on May 31st, 2023.
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Maggi Kraft, former ISGC fellow, conducts research for her project, Estimating snowmelt in forested mountain watersheds with ground measurements, lidar remote sensing, and MODIS fSCA
Learn more about the important research done by Maggi and her team at Boise State University in this article.