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Scholarships

All listed Scholarships are for a duration of one year.

ScholarshipAmount*
FrequencyEligibilityApplication
Dr. Bill Williams Endowed Scholarship for Freshmen$800-$1000Annual

Incoming Freshman Majoring in Chemistry or Biochemistry.

Applications available from the admissions office or Dr. Cole.
Selection is usually late June.

Dr. Bill Williams Endowed Scholarship for Sophomores$500Annual

Rising Sophomores

Nominations are made by the Chemistry faculty.
Joseph E. Pryor ScholarshipVariable*Annual

Juniors and Seniors not planning a career in the health sciences.

Nominations are made by the Chemistry faculty.
Malcolm Howell Memorial ScholarshipVariable*AnnualJunior and Senior chemistry majors.Nominations are made by the Chemistry faculty.
Science and Nursing Advisory Council (SNAC) Scholarship$800AnnualJunior or Senior chemistry majors.Nominations are made by the Chemistry faculty.
Coons-Farrar Allied Health Scholarships$1000-$3000Annual

15 Juniors or Seniors planning to enter some area of health sciences.

Students apply in February or March.  Notification in April.
Lucien Bagnetto Scholarship$500-$1000Annual

One or two Juniors or Seniors who have demonstrated a Christian Service Attitude.  Preference is given to chemistry, biochemistry and BCMB majors.

Nominations are made by the Chemistry faculty.
James W. Pugh Scholarships$500Up to 4 Years

24 students majoring in the natural sciences with preference given to those from the Ozark region.

Nominations are made by the Chemistry faculty.
Kenneth Rose Scholarship

Variable

~$2500

AnnualOutstanding Rising Seniors of all Majors.Nominations from faculty in March with application package due in April.  Contact Dr. Wilson for more info.

*The amount of each scholarship awarded may vary based upon income generated by the University's Endowment.  Additional competitive scholarships are available to juniors and seniors.

Chemistry Dept.
Phone: 501-279-4459
Fax: 501-279-4706
chemistry@harding.edu