See Dates & Deadlines page for schedule of information meeting.
To provide a continuing source of highly qualified individuals for academic study and research in mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering by awarding scholarships to outstanding sophomores and juniors who demonstrate interest in related fields.
The stipend covers eligible expenses for tuition, fees, books, and room and board up to a maximum of $7,500 annually, independent of need. Maximum: 2 years for juniors; 1 year for seniors.
Up to 300
Students who are US citizens, resident aliens, or US nationals, sophomores and juniors, and having a 3.0 or better GPA are eligible to apply. To be considered, a student must be nominated by Middlebury College; the college may nominate up to four students. NOTE: Students who plan to study medicine are eligible only if they plan a research career rather than a career as a medical doctor in private practice.
Deadlines (internal and external) for scholarships and fellowships listed on the Middlebury website can be found on the Dates and Deadlines page; external deadlines are also listed on program websites.
To be submitted by the Middlebury deadline:
-- Banner Degree Progress Report
-- Biographical information from the Nominee Application
-- Essay describing a research project
-- Curriculum vitae
- Online application deadline: includes institutional nomination, nominee application, and 3 on-line recommendations.
- Final application, with all supporting documents, must be received at the Goldwater Foundation.
Included in the final, mailed packet:
~ final essay
~ official college transcripts from any colleges attended
(Fellowship Office will obtain Middlebury transcript only)
~ permanent resident card (2 copies) and letter of
intent to become a US citizen, if applicant is a permanent resident.
Arlinda Wickland, Director, Student Fellowships and Scholarships, Adirondack House 102, 443-2455