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Applicants should hold a bachelor’s or the equivalent before the start of the grant, although those with extensive professional experience in the field they’re interested in may be eligible for an award.

"It's okay to be white" signs were scattered on college campuses across the country, as well as in Canada over the past week.

Harvard Law's Dean of Students Marcia Sells condemned the posters, stating the posters and stickers are "intended to divide us from one another" and that "HLS will not let that happen here." The Department of Public Works removed the stickers shortly thereafter.

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Each scholarship is $2,000, and must be used for graduate studies in political science.

The Emergency Nurses Association awards its members scholarships to pursue advanced degrees. The North American Interfraternal Foundation awards a number of scholarships to former fraternity and sorority members (honors organizations included) pursuing graduate school.

Nursing and teaching funding for graduate students is the most plentiful but other career paths could be just as rewarding if you look hard enough.

The Foundation of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) awards the annual Foster G.

The National Science Foundation offers a Graduate Research Fellowship Program offers opportunities to graduate students interested in pursuing science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines.

Fellows are expected to become experts who can contribute to research, teaching and innovations in science engineering.

[...] Halloween Day hadn't even officially arrived and college students (and even faculty) sparked outrage over their offensive and "racially derogatory" costumes.

One of the images that went viral over the weekend was that of a police officer from the University of Nevada at Reno, who was dressed as former Quarterback Colin Kaepernick - allegedly in blackface and wearing a sign that read "Will Stand for Food." [...] Hundreds of Anti-Nazi chants shut down a speech at the University of Florida by white supremacist Richard Spencer last week. Kent Fuchs used a word that is "seldom heard from a public college administrator" in stating that "Love and good deeds always overcome hate and evil." Fuchs, who received degrees in divinity and engineering took to Twitter with a video that urged students to "speak loudly about 'our values of love.'" In the days before Spencer gave his campus speech, students and faculty voiced their disapproval of hosting a speaker whose "presence posed a threat to safety and disrupted the university's educational mission." Following the speech however, Fuchs admitted that he “did feel that what Spencer was saying was actually the opposite of love...

While less common than undergraduate scholarships, scholarships for graduate students are available.

Graduate students rely heavily on fellowships or assistantships - especially in high-need areas like nursing or teaching - but these aren’t available to everyone and don’t always cover a graduate student’s living expenses.

People of color and our Jewish community which is one of the largest in the nation, really felt hated by him.

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