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For more information regarding these scholarships, contact each department directly.

Biology

The Ralph DeFalco Scholarship. Based on high academic merit and a potential for excellence in a health-related field.For full-time undergraduate students, in Rutgers College and Douglass College, who are entering their senior year and whose major is biological sciences.

Novartis Pharmaceuticals Scholarship. Based on financial need and academic merit.For full-time undergraduate students who are entering their junior year and whose major is biological sciences.

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF). For undergraduate life sciences majors pursuing novel, independent research under the supervision of a life sciences faculty member.

Chemistry

Pedro Barboza. For Hispanic students majoring in the biological, chemical, or natural sciences.

Bruce Garth Memorial. For a senior who demonstrates outstanding research in chemistry.

J. Livingston Rutgers Morgan. For a high-achieving student majoring in chemistry, with preference given to physical chemistry.

Economics

Bear, Stearns & Co. For a student majoring in economics in preparation for a career in business.

English

Drioux Scholarship. For a student majoring in English literature; based on financial need.

Jonathan Wilcox Scholarship. For a junior or senior in recognition of outstanding academic achievement; selected by the chairperson of the Department of English in cooperation with the Office of Financial Aid. Offered only to a Rutgers College student who is also a New Jersey resident.

Food Science

New Jersey Food Council. For students majoring in business management or food science who have at least one year experience in the New Jersey food distribution industry, with preference given to juniors or seniors.

German

Karl and Franziska Lederer. For support of study in Germany. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Hungarian

Hungarian Alumni Association Scholarship. For a sophomore, junior, or senior student minoring in Hungarian; based on high academic achievement and financial need. Students apply through the Institute of Hungarian Studies.

Italian

Italian Scholarship Fund. For a deserving student majoring in Italian language and culture.

Jewish Studies

Leonard and Adele Blumberg Student Award. For students who have achieved excellence in the field of Jewish studies.

Louis Fishman Memorial Student Support Fund. For students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program of Jewish studies; based on academic merit and financial need.

Betty and Julius Gillman Memorial Student Support Fund. For students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program of Jewish studies; based on academic merit and financial need.

Sandra and Stephen M. Greenberg Student Award. Research stipends to promising students enrolled at Rutgers majoring in Jewish studies to support a research program in their field.

Gertrude and Jacob Henoch Memorial Student Support Fund. For students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program of Jewish studies; based on academic merit and financial need.

Herbert and Jacqueline Klein Fund. Stipends for full-time undergraduate students for study and/or research in Israel at an accredited Israeli university. Based on academic merit.

Rudolph and Mary Solomon Klein Undergraduate Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students majoring in Jewish studies; based on academic merit and financial need, with preference given to residents of Middlesex County, New Jersey.

Norma U. and David M. Levitt Student Award. Research stipends for students in support of research in the field of Jewish studies; based on the merit of their research project.

Bernice and Milton I. Luxemburg Student Award Fund. For seniors who have achieved excellence in their field as Jewish studies majors, preferably those who show evidence of commitment to further studies related to Judaism, or a career in this area.

Margolin Family Student Award. Stipends for full-time undergraduate students for study in Israel at an accredited Israeli university; based on academic merit.

Maurice Meyer III and Irma Meyer Endowed Student Support Fund. For students majoring in Jewish studies; based on academic merit and financial need.

Harold and Betty Perl Endowed Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate students majoring in Jewish studies for one or two years; based on academic merit and financial need. Graduate students doing research on a Jewish studies topic also are eligible for consideration.

Reitman Family Student Award Fund. Research stipends for students in support of research in the field of Jewish studies; based on the merit of their research project.

Baruch S. and Pearl W. Seidman Scholarship Fund. For full-time undergraduate and graduate students majoring in Jewish studies. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Luba Shapira. For students who are pursuing the study of Russian and Soviet Jewish history.

Journalism

Edgar B. Bacon. For a resident of Hudson County, New Jersey, majoring in journalism and media studies.

John H. Cook. For students in the field of writing and reporting for newspapers. Selected by the Journalism Resource Institute.

Eliot Frankel. For a minority student majoring in journalism and media studies with a strong interest in broadcast journalism.

Kenneth O. and Viola W. Jennings Memorial. For a junior entering his or her senior year in journalism and media studies; based on academic merit and financial need.

Physics

Herman Y. Carr Scholarship. For full-time juniors or seniors majoring in physics or astrophysics; based on academic merit in physics as determined by the physics and astronomy faculty.

Noemie B. Koller Scholarship. For full-time junior or senior women majoring in physics or astrophysics; based on academic merit in physics as determined by the physics and astronomy faculty.

Richard J. Plano Summer Internship. Summer research internship for full-time rising juniors or seniors majoring in physics or astrophysics; based on academic merit in physics as determined by the physics and astronomy faculty.

Robert L. Sells Scholarship. For full-time juniors or seniors majoring in physics or astrophysics; based on academic merit in physics as determined by the physics and astronomy faculty.

Mary Wheeler Wigner Memorial. For juniors or seniors majoring in physics.

Portuguese

Victor Fernandez-Fragosa. Awarded for outstanding achievement in the areas of Caribbean literature and Hispanic poetry and theater to students who major in Spanish, Portuguese, or Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean studies.

Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean Studies

Victor Fernandez-Fragosa. Awarded for outstanding achievement in the areas of Caribbean literature and Hispanic poetry and theater to students who major in Spanish, Portuguese, or Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean studies.

Spanish

Victor Fernandez-Fragosa. Awarded for outstanding achievement in the areas of Caribbean literature and Hispanic poetry and theater to students who major in Spanish, Portuguese, or Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean studies.


 
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