Students for all of these programs will be starting their educational experience under these scholarships in the fall of 2010.
This program is to encourage more students into the health care fields and provide an education that uses an interdisciplinary approach to give the students more awareness of the various career fields and their interrelationship. This is a partnership among the College of Allied Health, (Physical Therapy, Nutrition, Communication Disorders), Nursing,
College of Arts and Sciences, and collaborating Campuses Raymond Walters, Clermont, Cincinnati State and Sinclair. This scholarship is for freshmen undergraduate students and those students with two-year degrees who want to continue to receive a four-year degree.
This program is for students with undergraduate degrees who are seeking professional masters degrees to meet their career objectives, but do not intend to pursue a PhD. The program specifically identified the following disciplines: Physiology, Medical Physics, Environmental Studies, ACCEND (College of Engineering Accelerated Engineering Degree Programs), and Statistics.
This scholarship is specifically linked with the Hughes STEM high school. Only students at this school may apply for these scholarships. High school juniors will be enrolled in specific college level courses to prepare them for college and careers teaching science or Math