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NSHSS September Scholarship Update


Wednesday, September 07, 2016

NSHSS September Scholarship Update

Visit our Scholarship FAQ

Scholarships will open beginning in the fall throughout the next several months, and members will receive email announcements as they open. Visit /scholarships for guidelines on the scholarships available for the 2016-2017 academic year; click on the plus sign by individual scholarships for details on the award. Please make sure to mark your member profile contact preferences to allow email from NSHSS to receive information on scholarship applications. You can update your profile at any time in the member dashboard: /dashboard/ 

You can review some tips on applying for scholarships from our Scholarship Director: /newsroom/news-items/blog-posts/2015/october/dr-thurman-scholarship-tips/

Now Open! – NSHSS Stockholm Nobel Week Travel Grants

NSHSS will be awarding five $1, 500 travel awards to five members who have been selected to attend a special member program hosted by Stockholm University during the annual Nobel Week, at which time the Nobel Prize Award Ceremonies, the Nobel Lectures and numerous other festivities take place in honor of the 2016 Nobel Laureates.  The NSHSS Nobel Week 2016 will take place December 6, 2016, through December 11, 2016. Deadline to apply and rsvp for the event: September 30, 2016.
To RSVP and apply for the grant, go to your member dashboard at and log in using your email address and password. Once logged in, click on the “RSVP for Events” link at the top of your member dashboard and select “NSHSS Nobel Week 2016 with Stockholm University.” Please complete your registration information and submit your personal statement. To apply for the grant, you will also need to have an educator submit a recommendation for you at by September 30. All details about the program and the grant are provided in the Nobel Week event link in your dashboard.

Congratulations to our newest scholarship recipients!

NSHSS Academic Paper Awards

Kelsey Abrahamsen, Seattle, WA, Franklin High School
Johnalie Almaria, Algonquin, IL, Marian Central Catholic High School
Adina Anand, Vienna, VA, Marshall High School
Meghan Borowski, Yarmouth Port, MA, Sturgis Charter Public School
Elizabeth Campbell, Barnstable, MA, Sturgis Charter School East
Marcus Corrothers, Upper Marlboro, MD, Bishop McNamara High School
Jazlee Crowley, Flagstaff, AZ, Flagstaff Arts & Leadership Academy
Simeon Davis, Cape Town, South Africa, Rondebosch Boys' High School
Laurel Diaz, Dallas, TX, Woodrow Wilson High School
Rachel Edwards, Dulles, VA, Cambridge High School
Fatima Elfakahany, Marietta, GA, North Cobb High School
Michael Fine, Greenwich, CT, Greenwich High School
Jamilynne Johnson, Slidell, LA, Northshore High School
Judah Johnson, Southfield, MI, Berkley High School
BethAnn Kriz, Ludginton, MI, ASM Tech Early College
Anthony Mastromarini, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, De La Salle College
Jessica Nielsen, Herndon, VA, Herndon High School
Calla-Marie Norman, South Bend, IN, J. Whitcomb Riley High School
Ruchi Patel, Hillsborough, NJ, Academy For Health Med Science
Michelle Pine, Suffield, CT, Suffield High School
Nathan Santos, Newark, NJ, East Side High School
Sombo Sisay, Hong Kong, Heep Yunn School
Kerigan Sullivan, Tryon, NC, Polk County Early College
Leif Torgersen, Makawao, HI, Kihei Charter High School
Sophia Valer, Scottsdale, AZ, Desert Mountain High School