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Dear Students,

Below is information on some available scholarships in the 
science/math/engineering/environmental studies fields.

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THE BARRY GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIP
The Goldwater offers an award of up to $7,500 of undergraduate education 
costs (for one or two years) to sophomores and juniors interested in an 
academic or research career in Science, Technology, Math, or Engineering. 
Last year, Philip Naudus become Masonís first Goldwater Scholar and a few 
Mason students have been named Honorable Mention. You must be a U.S. 
citizen, permanent resident or national. Masonís application deadline is on 
December 1 . For more information on the Goldwater, see: 
http://www.act.org/goldwater

THE UDALL SCHOLARSHIP
The Udall offers $5,000 and great networking opportunities to sophomores 
and juniors from a variety of majors. The Foundation sponsors two programs--
one for those interested in Environmental Studies and a second for those 
who have membership in Native American groups and are interested in Native 
American issues. Three years ago, Katarina Doctor was named Masonís first 
Udall Scholar. You must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident or national. 
Mason's deadline is on February 12, 2010. For more info, see: 
http://www.udall.gov/scholarship/default.asp

SMART SCHOLARSHIPS
These are funding opportunities for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral 
students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields 
who are interested in working for a Department of Defense (DoD) research 
facility following degree completion. You must be a U.S. citizen to apply. 
For more information: www.asee.org/smart

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