Awards and Scholarships
The Lew Wentz Foundation and OSU provide support for the nationally recognized Wentz Scholarships for undergraduates. Each year, $2,750 one-year scholarships are given to approximately 100 undergraduate student scholars for their academic work and activities in support of the campus and community. Wentz Scholarships are for two semesters of an academic year (fall and spring).
NIBLACK RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIPS
The Niblack Research Scholars (NRS) program provides support to Oklahoma State University undergraduates to conduct research in one of OSUs research laboratories under the general guidance of a member of the research faculty and with day-to-day mentoring by a graduate student. The Niblack scholar receives a stipend of $2,000 per semester for the academic year, plus $4,000 for two summer months ($8,000 total). The award winners must commit to working in a laboratory for the two semesters and the two summer months. The graduate student mentor receives a research assistantship stipend of $2,100 to be received during the summer months.
LIFE SCIENCES FRESHMAN RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP
The Life Sciences Freshman Research (LSFRS) Program is part of an effort to involve students in authentic research during their introductory science experiences. It is supported in part by a grant to Oklahoma State University from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute through the Science Education Program.
GRULA DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP
This scholarship is reserved for a graduate student in Microbiology who has demonstrated outstanding progress toward completion of her/his degree based. Contact the microbiology and Molecular Genetics Department for further information.
GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH EXCELLENCE AWARDS
The purpose of this program is to recognize graduate students for their outstanding research accomplishments as reflected in their thesis or dissertation.