American Nuclear Society
The following scholarships are worth $3,000 each: Graduate, Vogt, Dapp/Meyer, DD&RD, Blizard, Levine, NCSD, Randall, and Schumar. The following scholarships are worth $3,500 each: Pittsburgh, Dannels, and Henry/Greebler. All awards are offered annually and are non-renewable.
Up to 40 awards offered annually. There will be 29 general graduate scholarships awarded, and one of each of the named scholarships will be awarded.
In addition to the Graduate Scholarship, the named scholarships included in the ANS Graduate Scholarship Program are the following: the Robert A. Dannels Scholarship, the Verne R. Dapp Scholarship (odd years only), the Walter Meyer Scholarship (even years only), the Everitt P. Blizard Scholarship, the Allan F. Henry/Paul A. Greebler Scholarship, the Saul Levine Scholarship, the John Randall Scholarship, the James F. Schumar Scholarship, the James R. Vogt Radiochemistry Scholarship, the Decommissioning, Decontamination and Reutilization Scholarship, the Robert E. Uhrig Scholarship, the Pittsburgh Local Section Scholarship, and the Nuclear Criticality Safety Pioneers Scholarship (NCSD).
Applications are available on the American Nuclear Society (ANS) website. The applicant must check the appropriate box on the application for the specific scholarship(s) for which he/she is applying. ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.