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NUIP SCHOLARSHIPS

WHEN TO APPLY AND HOW SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AWARDED

The Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology at the University of Utah awards scholarships on a competitive basis. Incoming (those who are in the process of applying) and continuing students must complete the scholarship application below by February 15th to be considered for a scholarship. Please note that this application only needs to be completed once to be considered for all scholarships.

INCOMING STUDENT AND SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS

Incoming students also need to submit a scholarship application by February 15 even though their acceptance has not yet been determined.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15, 11:59 PM

SCHOLARSHIP & FELLOWSHIP INFORMATION

To learn more about the scholarships offered to NUIP students please see our guide below. Note that while you may want to apply for a specific scholarship or scholarships you will submit one application and apply for all scholarships available to you unless otherwise specified. Some scholarships have additional requirements. We encourage students to read through scholarships and mark their application with specific scholarships they're interested in.  It is the student's responsibility to ensure their application is complete and submitted on time.

ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

Scholarships available to all College of Health students can be seen on the college scholarships page.

Students may also access a list of University of Utah Scholarships through the University Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid

DONATIONS

Your donations can help fulfill our students' dreams and further NUIP's research. Donations may be made to Department Scholarships at any time.

DONATE BY MAIL:

When writing a letter, please indicate the scholarship you wish your donation to be made. Mail your contributions to:

Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology
250 South 1850 East
HPER N, Room 214
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112

DONATE ONLINE:

We've set up a secure giving portal for donations to NUIP. Donate to our general scholarship fund to help fund any of our scholarships. Through the general scholarship, you can also add special instructions. We recommend you put a specific scholarship in the special instructions. You may also donate to the NUIP general fund or the Dr. Askew scholarship through this portal.

HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT DONATING?

You may have other ideas or need other options to donate. We're here to help with that and any other questions you may have about giving to NUIP. Please contact our Advancement Director.

Courtney Garay
Advancement Director
College of Health

courtney.garay@hsc.utah.edu

PROVIDED BY:

Dr. E. Wayne Askew

VALUE:

Varies

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

Varies

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

Askew Chair's Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Students who are currently applying to the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology's Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

This Scholarship is selected by the Chair of the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology. The recipient will assist the Chair on some aspect of teaching or research during the semester it is awarded.

PROVIDED BY:

Gordon and Betty Browning

VALUE

$2,100

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

1 Student per year

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

GORDON & BETTY BROWNING Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Students who are currently applying to the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology's Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Scholarships are awarded to deserving students in need of financial assistance who excel academically.

PROVIDED BY:

Nathalie Chevreau

VALUE:

Varies

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

Varies

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

NATHALIE CHEVREAU Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Students who are currently applying to the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology’s Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Scholarships are awarded to deserving students in need of financial assistance who excel academically.

PROVIDED BY:

Margaret B. Davis 

VALUE:

Varies

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

1 Student per year

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

MARGARET B. DAVIS ENDOWED Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Students who are currently applying to the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology's Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

This scholarship is awarded to a nutrition student based on financial need and academic achievement.

PROVIDED BY:

Constance J. Geiger

VALUE:

Varies

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

1 Student per year

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

CONSTANCE J. GEIGER Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Graduate students who are currently enrolled in the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology's Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Continuing graduate students in the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible. The award is given to a student who is currently completing a thesis research project and who has demonstrated involvement in the field of nutrition.

PROVIDED BY:

Mildred D. "Millie" and Wilford W. Hagen 

VALUE:

$1,250

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

4 Students per year

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

MILDRED D. "MILLIE" AND WILFORD W. HAGEN Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Students who are currently applying to the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology’s Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Scholarships shall only be awarded to deserving students in need of financial assistance and who have excelled academically with priority given to those students who intend to teach Nutrition in the public school system or higher education.

The Scholarship Fund will enable students to pursue an education in Nutrition enabling them to become teachers like herself, and will pay tribute to Millie and Wilford for their generosity and kindness and selfless way of life.

PROVIDED BY:

Maurine N. Hegsted 

VALUE:

$800

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

1 Student per year

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

MAURINE N. HEGSTED Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Graduate students who are currently enrolled in the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology's Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Continuing Graduate students in the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible. Award priority will be given to students with demonstrated involvement and service in the community and/or the Division.

PROVIDED BY:

Donald B. Hutchinson

VALUE:

$1,400

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

1 Student per year

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

DONALD B. HUTCHINSON Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Students who are currently applying to the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology's Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

The Hutchinson Scholarship is awarded to a deserving student in need of financial assistance who has excelled academically.

PROVIDED BY:

Anna M. Jacobsen

VALUE:

$4,250

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

2 Students per year

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

ANNA M. JACOBSEN Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Students who are currently applying to the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology's Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

This scholarship shall be awarded to a deserving student in need of financial assistance who has excelled academically.

PROVIDED BY:

Barbara Mathis Prater

VALUE:

Varies

NUMBER OF AWARDS:

1 Student per year

APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 15

BARBARA MATHIS PRATER Scholarship

AVAILABLE TO:

Graduate students who are currently enrolled in the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology's Coordinated Master’s Program and who have completed the scholarship application.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

Continuing Graduate students in the Department of Nutrition and Integrative Physiology with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. The Award priority is given to students with demonstrated involvement and service in the community, particularly in the area of diabetes. Demonstrated potential for making a contribution to the field of nutrition and diabetes, having a personal commitment to helping young people with diabetes, an interest in diabetes and nutrition research, and an involvement in the professional organizations so related.