The Graduate Student Travel Award and the Master's Thesis Support Grant is offered through Hunter College to help fund grad students who need financial aid in support of their research or to cover travel to conferences. More information about the deadlines, application process, and funding may be found here.
Hunter's Mellon Mayes Undergraduate fellowship (MMUF) mission is to over time increase underrepresented individuals in STEM and academia. There goal is to increase the number of minority students to pursue PhD and support them through there undergraduate career. More information about the fellowship, funding, and application process can be found here.
BP Endure is a program for undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers in neuroscience. A collaboration between Hunter College and NYU, this program was designed to encourage and train minorities to pursue graduate degrees in neuroscience. The program provides funding and extensive training for those committed to success in this field. This is a GREAT opportunity for undergraduate psych majors to get involved in their field, receive funding, and truly immerse themselves in their scientific community. Eligibility, funding information, and application process can be found here.
The Noyce Scholarship Program, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) provides tuition scholarships for up to three years to support talented Hunter College students majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Geology/Environmental Studies or Physics who would like to become middle or high school science teachers. Eligibility, stipends, application process and more information about the program can be found here.