Scholarships for Immunology/Oncology
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The Oncology Nursing Society Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to supporting oncology nursing both nationally and internationally to improve the lives of people with cancer. They define themselves with three key principals: education, research, and leadership. Since 1981, they have donated more than $23 million in research grants, research fellowships, academic scholarships, lectures, public education projects, career development awards, ONS Congress scholarships, Institutes of Learning, and oncology advanced practice nurse conference scholarships. No matter what level of education, they provide funding for oncology students.
Their Bachelor’s Scholarships are awarded annually for $2,000 to those pursing their bachelor’s degree in nursing. They must not have an RN license or a college degree. Next is their Master’s Scholarship. This degree awards $3,000 to candidates who are enrolled in or are applying to be enrolled in a masters nursing degree. It is required that they already hold a license to practice as a registered nurse and must be committed to oncology nursing. The Doctoral Scholarship awards $3,000 and $5,000 annually to candidates who are enrolled or will be enrolled in a PhD, DNSc or DNP nursing degree program.
American Cancer Society
Master’s Degree Scholarships in Cancer Nursing
The American Cancer Society offers scholarships to those who are dedicated to the field of oncology. Their Graduate Scholarships in Cancer Nursing Practice is awarded to graduate students who are getting their Master’s degree in cancer nursing or Doctorate of Nursing Practice. This is a stipend of $10,000 per year for up to 2 years. Students getting their Doctoral Study in the field of cancer nursing research and are preparing for careers as nurse scientists can be awarded the Doctoral Degree Scholarship in Cancer Nursing. This is an award of $15,000 per year, with a possibility of a two-year renewal.
There are extensive instructions regarding the application as well as additional information and selection criteria available for download by clicking on the link, here.
University of Texas – Medical Branch
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Zhou Sisters Great Expectations Scholarship
This one-time award of $1,000 is given to a student enrolled in the Microbiology and Immunology program, and has shown great academic achievement.
Katherina Siebert Award for Excellence in Oncologic Research
This award is given to students who have shown great achievement in the classroom, as well as excellence in their research in oncology.
Shirley Patricia Parker Scholarship
This scholarship is for $1,000, and is given to a graduate student conducting research in the field of oncology demonstrating financial need.
The Siemens Oncology Scholarship Program
Nevada Cancer Institute and Siemens have teamed up to offer nursing students in the state of Nevada scholarships. The awards are $5,000 per year scholarships to four students studying for their bachelor’s or master’s degree at any Nevada-accredited nursing school. Three out of the four scholarships are specifically designated to students who show academic excellence interested in oncology nursing.
Purdue University School of Nursing
Esther McConnaughay Trust Graduate Oncology Nursing Scholarship
Purdue University offers a variety of scholarships for those in their school of nursing. Specifically, their Esther McConnaughay Trust Graduate Oncology Nursing Scholarship is awarded to a nursing student who is studying to get the master’s or doctoral degree with a focus in oncology nursing. $10,000 is awarded in one of a few ways. It’s either given as one $10,000 scholarship, two $5,000 scholarships, or four $2,500 scholarships.