Galileo Circle Scholars - undergraduateGive!
The College of Science announces the Galileo Circle Scholarships. These scholarships are funded by the generous contributions of members of the Galileo Circle.
Students selected by their department will be directed to submit an application in Scholarship Universe.
The College of Science will create a packet from each student’s Scholarship Universe application, to will be shared with the Galileo Circle Scholar’s Patron. It is a great way of introducing Galileo Circle members to the quality and breadth of our students. Each scholar is also expected to attend the Galileo Circle Scholars event in April.
Full-time major in a College of Science undergraduate or graduate degree program; 3.2 minimum GPA. Only one Galileo Circle Scholarship can be awarded per student per year. Each department may specify additional criteria.
- Colby Brown, 2017
- Angel Burr, 2017
- Claire Cook, 2017 - Selected by Astronomy
- Joseph DeGrandchamp, 2017 - Selected by Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Alyssa Lyn Fortier, 2017
- Steven Fried, 2017 - Selected by Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Elise Munoz, 2017 - Selected by Molecular & Cellular Biology
- Massimo Pascale, 2017 - Selected by Astronomy
- Mekha Pereira, 2017 - Selected by Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
- Evan Ridley, 2017 - Selected by Astronomy
- Sean Stephens, 2017 - Selected by Computer Science
- Trinh Tat, 2017 - Selected by UBRP
- Jose Celaya-Alcala, 2016
- Marcus Elia, 2016
- Lilian Engel, 2016
- Brianna Volpe, 2016
- Axel Gomez Casarez, 2015
- Craig Gross, 2015
- Tam Le, 2015 - Selected by Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Kexin Li, 2015 - Selected by Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Philippa Pinnington, 2015
- Alexis Jane Torre, 2015
- Jane Martin, 2014
- Michael Patrick Martin, 2014
- Jakub Stechly, 2014
- Tetyana Dewland, 2013
- Tomotar Granzier-Nakajima, 2013
- Rachel Baumann, 2012
- Jonathan Utegaard, 2012
- Gregory Islas, 2011
- Justin Lietz, 2011
- Howard Cheng, 2010
- Lynn Garnaat, 2010
- Alan Mackey, 2009
- Derrick Sund, 2009