Admit it: You’ve spent a few late nights playing Cards Against Humanity, the “party game for horrible people.” The game is the perfect combination of raunchy, smart, and irreverent, and when you get the right people together, it’s both magical and something you probably don’t want to talk about the next day. Now, the card game juggernaut has done it again, announcing the new Science Expansion Pack—and with it, the promise of a new scholarship for women STEM students.
Here are two new income-generating opportunities! One is a scholarship and mentorship opportunity from Revel Systems; the other is an e-team grant competition sponsored by VentureWell.
The run-up to summer is a huge time for some big competitions. Check out this month’s list of prizes and deadlines!
The American Indian Graduate Center was established in 1969 in Albuquerque, New Mexico to provide fellowships to American Indian and Alaskan Native graduate students throughout the United States. Since its founding, it has disbursed more than 16,000 graduate fellowships across disciplines totaling more than $44 million.
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Click here to find three new exciting grants to help fund your research. Two are postdoctoral, but one is open to any level.