Pharmaceutical Sciences MS Merit Award Application

Graduate students committed to tackling challenges in growing areas of the pharmaceutical industry can apply for Pharmaceutical Sciences MS Merit Awards. These scholarships will be awarded to students pursuing a master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences: Applied Drug Development or Psychoactive Pharmaceutical Investigation who demonstrate a financial need and/or have a strong commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

School of Pharmacy
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please select the statement that most closely matches your program and status in that program.
  2. While taking classes in this program, where will you live? Specify city, state, and country.
  3. What is your country of citizenship? If you are not a United States citizen, please indicate if you are a Permanent Resident of the US.
  4. Which of the follow statements most closely matches you? You have the option of creating your own statement, too, by selecting "Other."
    • 1a. Which of the follow statements most closely matches you?
    • 1b. Other:
  5. A portion of our merit awards will go to students from populations underrepresented and/or disadvantaged in the U.S. biomedical, clinical, behavioral, and social sciences research enterprise. For more information about the definitions of these groups, please see Underrepresented Population and Experiences and Inclusion of Sexual and Gender Minority Scientists in the STEM Workforce.

    If you would like to be considered for this subgroup of scholarships, please provide any of the following information that you believe would help us in our decision making process. Any or all of the questions on this page can be left blank.

    Please note the following: This information is used solely for awarding the portion of scholarships set aside for students from underrepresented and/or disadvantaged populations. Only members of the merit awards scholarship committee will have access to this information. Your responses will be kept private and secure. The information will not be used for a discriminatory purpose. You can change this information in the future contacting your Program Director (Eric Buxton or Cody Wenthur), Graduate Program Manager (Stephanie Scholze), Academic Program Manager (Lindy Stoll), or the School of Pharmacy's Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion (Lisa Imhoff).

    • 1. Race and/or ethnicity:
    • 2a. Gender identity (optional; choose all that apply)
    • 2b. Other:
    • 3a. Sexual orientation (optional; choose all that apply)
    • 3b. Other:
    • 4. Do you hold any other social identities or group associations that you would like for the scholarship committee to consider? If so, please list them here. (optional)
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