Welcome to the Natural Sciences & Mathematics (NSM) Scholarship page. Below you will find a comprehensive list of available scholarships organized by department and by classification. At the bottom of the page please find the comprehensive list of scholarships available in alphabetical order.
Below you will find the comprehensive list of scholarships for the School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics. Apply through the Financial Aid Scholarship page. Most applications are accepted January through late March. See each individual application for details. If you have questions about these scholarships please contact:
Please submit completed applications to:
The University of Texas at Dallas
School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics, FN32
800 W. Campbell Rd.
Richardson, TX 75080-3021
or in person to Founders North FN 3.120C
Please do not e-mail your completed applications.
Applicants must be pursuing an undergraduate degree in either Mathematical Sciences or Physics. Candidates must have earned between 30 credit hours and 45 credit hours and maintained at least a 3.5 cumulative grade point average to be considered for this award $1,000 minimum award.
Applicants must be Geosciences majors and be enrolled in 12 hours undergraduate or 9 graduate hours. Students must be in good standing with the Department of Geosciences. The scholarship will be awarded on a semester-to-semester basis with a $250 minimum. Preference given to those indicating financial need.
This support fund benefits graduate students specifically enrolled in space and atmospheric sciences and related fields affiliated with the William B. Hanson Center for Space Sciences. Award may include, but is not limited to: student travel to professional meetings, funds for internal laboratory experiments and scholarship grants to PhD students.
Applicants must be full-time students majoring in biology, who demonstrate strong academic abilities. Preference will be given to undergraduates and those indicating financial need.
Applicants applying for this scholarship must be full time UT Dallas undergraduate students majoring in science, math or engineering and be either a graduate of the Nano Explorers Program or actively involved in research or programming with the MacDiarmid Nano Tech Institute. Each applicant must submit a letter of recommendation from the Director of the Institute or a faculty member from math, science or engineering. Preference may be given to those indicating financial need. The committee will weigh such factors as: educational achievement, work experience, community service, extracurricular activities and surmounting obstacles in the pursuit of higher education. The recipient must be a US citizen or permanent resident, or a student who has lived in Texas for at least part of their high school experience.
Applicants must be graduate students in the field of chemistry and be either a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. The scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis.
Applicants must be full or part-time undergraduate or graduate students and be in good standing with the Department of Geosciences. The $1,000 scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis. Preference will be given to those indicating financial need.
Applicants must be graduate students majoring in physics. Awards include, but are not limited to, scholarships, awards for achievement in their program, or other expenses that are related to their studies. Since participating in conferences is essential to the career development of graduate students, a travel award may be made to the student. Only current UT Dallas students or transfers may apply for this award.
Applicants must be majoring in Geosciences and enrolled in either 12 hours undergraduate or 9 graduate hours and be in good standing with the Department of Geosciences.
The scholarship will be awarded on a competitive basis.
This $1,000 award is open to undergraduate students majoring in any degree program being offered in the School of Natural Science and Mathematics. Among equally qualified applicants, a preference may be given to students with a higher GPA on UT Dallas transcripts. This criterion will not be applied to new students in their first semesters. Among equally qualified applicants, a preference may be given to students who have received all or part of their preparatory education in the country of Korea or have some other connection to or interest in Korea or who are fluent in the Korean language. Candidates who received the award in prior years are eligible to reapply and must submit their latest credentials and fully completed application for consideration.
Applicants must be majoring in Geosciences and enrolled in 12 undergraduate hours or 9 graduate hours and be in good standing with the Department of Geosciences.
Applicants must be graduate students within the Geosciences program. The fund will be given through loans or grants in connection with travel expenses, drafting, preparation, reporting, and delivering of theses and dissertations and other research papers not covered by tuition which further such students' learning and research.
Applicants must be enrolled full-time at UT Dallas and majoring in the natural or mathematical sciences and have a minimum of 60 credit hours (from either UT Dallas or be transfers from another accredited institution) The selection of the awardee(s) will be made on the basis of scholastic merit.
- Updated: May 3, 2016