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HNFAS Scholarships

Scholarship Name GPA Deadline Contact Other Criteria
Harold M. Au and Alexander W.H. Kim Scholarship 3.00

February 16, 2015 (2015 - 2016 Scholarships)

 Go to STAR to apply: www.star.hawaii.edu/scholarship Full time FSHN senior, permanent Hawaii resident, participation in extracurricular community services in FSHN
Elsie M. Boatman Scholarship 3.00 February 16, 2015 (2015 - 2016 Scholarships)  Go to STAR to apply: www.star.hawaii.edu/scholarship Financial need, demonstrate meritorious activity in food science or human nutrition; permanent Hawaii resident; full time FSHN student
Louis and Rachel Henke Award none April 30th Go to STAR to apply:www.star.hawaii.edu/scholarship Graduate level ANSC student, student must travel to national or international meeting to present a research paper
Jiro Matsui Scholarship Fund 3.00 February 16, 2015 (2015 - 2016 Scholarships)

Go to STAR to apply:www.star.hawaii.edu/scholarship

Some degree of financial need, special consideration for demonstration of appreciation for responsible pet care
Carey D. Miller Award 3.20 February 16, 2015 (2015 - 2016 Scholarships)  Go to STAR to apply: www.star.hawaii.edu/scholarship FSHN senior (graduating in the semester of award), enrolled in HNFAS for the last 3 semesters, participation in extracurricular community services, demonstrate meritorious activity in some additional area such as field work or research
Dr. Allen Y. Miyahara Scholarship Fund 3.00 February 16, 2015 (2015 - 2016 Scholarships) Go to STAR to apply:www.star.hawaii.edu/scholarship ANSC student, some degree of financial need, special consideration for demonstration of appreciation for human-animal bond
Charles H. Reid DVM Memorial Scholarship none March 15th Dr. Robert Nakamura
808-956-8283
bonak@pixi.com
Academic achievement, financial need, dedication to the welfare of animals, and promotion of the vet profession. Progress in pre-veterinary course work including work, or volunteer work in veterinary clinic or hospital.  See website for full details.
Charles H. Reid Freshman Scholarship none February 1st Dr. Robert Nakamura
808-956-8283
bonak@pixi.com
Full time incoming freshman at University of Hawaii at Manoa, U.S. Citizen or permanent resisdent, must be pursuing a career in veterinary medicine
Katherine Bazore Gruelle and Nobue Nishimura Endowed Scholarship Fund none February 16, 2015 (2015 - 2016 Scholarships)  Go to STAR to apply: www.star.hawaii.edu/scholarship Undergraduate or graduate level HNFAS student; enrolled part time or full time; some degree of financial need
Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program- for full
coverage of tuition, fees and
health insurance.
Good academic standing March 1st Keaulana Holt
808-597-6550
apply: www.nhhsp.org
Be of native Hawaiian ancestry
Be a full time student in the dietetics program, either undergraduate or graduate

 

Other Scholarships

Scholarship Name  Deadline  Contact  Other Criteria 
UH and Hawaii Scholarships
ASUH Scholarships  February 17, 2015 808-956-4822
asuh@hawaii.edu 
3 Categories: Unique Situation/Non-Traditional Student (minimum 5-year gap in education); Academic Achievement (GPA 3.5 or higher); High Financial Need. Must complete SAR. Note that certain affiliations to ASUH may render one ineligible to receive these scholarships, 2.0 minimum GPA
Office of Multicultural Student Services Tuition Waiver  6/15/09 808-956-7348  Hawaii resident, submission of FAFSA, preference to Undergrads who have completed at least 12, grads 9 credits. Awardees must volunteer at least two hours per week during the semester of the award in the Office of Multicultural Studies 
Presidential Scholarships  N/A 808-956-9317  Evidence of superior academic achievement or creative endeavor, Record of academic co-curricular and community service activities in college, Hawaii resident, 3.7 minimum GPA
SEED Scholarships  3/1/09 808-956-9317  Some Financial Need, FAFSA Filed with financial aid office, many require Hawaii residency, 3.0 minimum GPA
Hawai'i Veterans Memorial Fund  on going 808-956-7251  Financial need determined by FAFSA, Hawaii resident, Indication of good citizenship, Commitment to serve Hawaii and its people, extracurricular activities 
Hawaii Community Foundation  3/1/09 scholarships@hcf-hawaii.org  Hawaii resident, financial need, academic achievement, good moral character.  2.7 minimum GPA
Ko'olina Training Fund  on going trainingfund@koolina.com  Funding to those who show a desire to enter and complete educational and training programs for the visitor industry. Preference given to those who live and work along the Leeward coast from Kaena Point to Honokai Hale. 
Roth-Vegetarian Scholarships  8/1/09 808-956-8113
patti@grad.hawaii.edu 
US citizen. To support students studying human nutrition or are engaged in a course of study directly related to fostering vegetarian habits and practices. Must be a practicing vegetarian (defined as eating no meat, fish, or fowl). Nomination accepted from HNFAS, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, the Vegetarian Society of Hawaii. Selection based academic record and statement of goals. 
National Undergraduate or Graduate Scholarships 
M.E. Franks Scholarship  11/4/09 adelarosa@iafis.org  College or University with a program emphasizing Dairy Foods or Food Science and Technology and Agribusiness. Academic Performance, Evidence of leadership and initiative, character and integrity 
Pacific Egg & Poultry Association (PEPA) Scholarship  1/6/09 916-441-0801  Based on interest in the poultry industry, Scholastic Achievement and financial need 
Saul T. Wilson Jr.  3/1/09 301-734-5596  US Citizen, Agree to work for the agency during school breaks (both summer and holiday periods). Agree to serve APHIS for at least a year after successfully completing DVM 
National Undergraduate Scholarships 
AACC Undergraduate Fellowship Program  3/1/09 1-651-454-7250
lschmitt@scisoc.org 
Interest or intent to pursue a career in grain-based food science and technology or in a related area. Educational institution of enrollment must be conducting fundamental investigations for the advancement of grain-based food science and technology or related areas. Current AACC member. 3.0 minimum GPA in science and math courses
Colvin Scholarship Fund  12/1/09 800-725-2333, Ext. 279,
bbarner@certifiedangusbeef.com 
Demonstrated commitment to the beef industry through pursuit of a meat science, food science, animal science, marketing, business, communications, journalism, or other degree related to the beef industry through activities or curriculum. And in order of importance:
activities and leadership, communication skills both essay and verbal, scholastic achievements, and reference letters. 
Morris K. Udall Scholarship  2/1/09 808-956-9317  Native American/Hawaiian in field of health care or tribal public policy OR Student pursuing career in Environmental protection. Record of co-curricular or other activities which demonstrate commitment to chosen field. Requires UH endorsement, 3.0 minimum GPA
NDPRB Undergraduate Scholarship Program  6/30/09 847-627-3252
marykateg@rosedmi.com 
Enrollment in programs with dairy emphasis. Academic Performance, Evidence of leadership and initiative, character and integrity, Extracurricular activities especially those related to dairy 
NMA Scholarship Foundation  6/1/09 Career plans and work experience should be directed towards working in or for the meat industry, preferably in post harvest production. Leadership qualities, intellectual growth and breadth of interest, 3.0 minimum GPA
NPFDA Scholarship  5/31/09 info@npfda.org  Consideration of academic excellence, past and present involvement in poultry and food activities. Professional objectives of the student 
Union Plus Scholarship  1/31/09 Members of AFSCME, their spouses and dependent children (HGEA, also see website), criteria: academic ability, social awareness, financial need and appreciation of labor. 
WAFDO J. Jos Campioni Scholarship  6/30/09 360-302-1836
Lcondon@arg.wa.gov  
Demonstrate a desire to serve in the career fields related to food science, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. Academic achievement 
National Graduate Scholarship 
AACC Graduate Fellowship Program  3/1/09 1-651-454-7250
lschmitt@scisoc.org 
Interest or intent to pursue a career in grain-based food science and technology or in a
related area. Educational institution of enrollment must be conducting fundamental
investigations for the advancement of grain-based food science and technology or related
areas. Current AAAC member 
American Egg Board Research Fellowship  3/1/09 877-488-6143
gwfroning@juno.com 
US Citizen, PhD degree seeking student in food science or related field, Research in areas relevant to the egg industry such as functional properties, food safety, egg composition, or innovative approaches for improving quality and utilization of egg products 
NFPA Graduate Scholarship Program  9/16/09 202-639-5955  Doing research in food technology/food science. Special interest in food technology/ food science, enrolled at an accredited institution conducting investigations designed to advance the field of food technology/food science 
Robert H. Rumler MBA Scholarship Program  4/15/09 802-254-4551  Must have BS in dairy production or its equivalent. Must be the top 3rd of the agricultural graduates of the college granting BS degree 
V. Duane Rath  12/2/09 adelarosa@iafis.org  Evidence of leadership ability, commitment to career in dairy or food industries. Research must show findings will enhance dairy or food processing industry, consumer acceptance, shelf life or safety or a combination or the these, 3.0 minimum GPA