International Student Scholarship (Th.M.) The Stead Committee typically awards 3-5 scholarships annually with a focus on third-year students who are working with mentors with a primary appointment in the Department of Medicine, or with basic science mentors. The Fellowship carries an annual stipend of $10,000. Apprentices participate in vocational discernment sessions that provide support and accountability during their seminary experience. in Christian Practice, D.Min., and Th.D students receive some form of scholarship support. M.T.S. Duke Student Research Internal Scholarship Program program are awarded a Christian Tradition Scholarship. All Internal Scholarships applications are due April 1st or the last working day before April 1st. Baptist Scholarships (M.Div.)

The Duke CTSA TL1 scholarship provides full tuition for scholars to complete a Master’s program, a stipend for each full year of study, and additional funds that may be applied towards insurance costs, research expenses, and travel expenses to scientific meetings. The Emerging Leaders scholarship is for 25% of tuition costs for full-time enrollment at Duke Divinity School. For more information, please email Peggy Moore, peggy.r.moore@duke.edu. Students should contact the Baptist House of Studies to learn more. This program is made possible through the generosity of Dr. John Poindexter, an alumnus of the School of Medicine. (These amounts are stated as Singapore dollars; see http://www.x-rates.com/ for conversion.) Awards are up to $25,000 but vary year to year. The Duke Physician Scientist Institutional Award (BWF) Research Fellowship for Medical Students is designed to encourage rising third year medical students to undertake a basic/bench research project at Duke University, with preference given to those who plan to commit to doing a second third year.

Applicant interviews will be conducted in April. Students admitted to the Th.D. The following scholarship has a LATER DUE DATE: April 15, 2020, Duke Institute for Health Innovation (DIHI) Clinical Research and Innovation Scholarship, The DIHI is a platform and resource for Duke University/Duke Health faculty, staff and students to advance transformative innovations in health and healthcare delivery. A brief description clarifying the applicant’s role on the study. In addition, three full-tuition scholarships are available for students in the MTS program.

This research will take up 80%+ of the scholars’ time. shannon.mccall@duke.edu, R. Randall Bollinger Surgical Scholarship, The Department of Surgery offers research scholarships for MS3 students conducting research within the department and are mentored by Department of Surgery faculty. in Christian Practice, D.Min., and Th.D. This is a scholarship funded by a Pfizer Foundation grant. Please refer to "Miscellaneous Student. Applicants are not required to submit a separate application to be considered for a Duke Divinity scholarship, and all admitted students are automatically considered for scholarship support. Anglican/Episcopal Scholarships (M.Div.) The selected Scholars will be part of a university-wide Margolis Scholars program involving graduate students interested in health policy and management from departments across Duke. There are also Stead/Global Health scholarships for students interested in Global Health, which are offered jointly with the Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health. Applicants must complete the Internal Duke Scholarship Application form and submit by the application due date. Announcements will generally be made the last working day of April. Students should contact the Anglican Episcopal House of Studies to lean more. Scholars receive an annual stipend of approximately $22,000, and the scholarship also pays for the CRTP Masters’ tuition in full. The Theology, Medicine, and Culture (TMC) Fellowship at Duke Divinity School encourages theological formation among those with vocations to healthcare. Th.D. For detailed information, please contact Suresh Balu suresh.balu@duke.edu or Mark Sendak mark.sendak@duke.edu. 100% of M.Div., M.T.S., M.A.

This includes research in ovarian, uterine and cervical cancer. Application deadline is April 15, ©  2020 Duke University and Duke University Health System, All rights reserved. Basic Science Department Scholarships questions should be directed to Joanna Downer, at 919-681-8272 or joanna.downer@duke.edu. If you have questions, please email Dr. Andrew Berchuck, M.D., Director, Duke University Gynecologic Oncology Program. The M.T.S. Emerging Leaders Scholarship (M.A. Fellows are also eligible to receive stipends totaling up to $30,000 through participation in the Communities of Learning program offered by the Office of Field Education. The Office for Physician Scientist Development (opsd@dm.duke.edu), Rasheed Gbadegesin (rasheed.gbadegesin@duke.edu), The Poindexter Scholars in Basic Sciences Program is designed to encourage rising third year medical students to participate in research projects under the guidance of basic science faculty members in the School of Medicine. Applicants should also complete the Internal Scholarship Form (bottom of this page) and write a brief (1-2 page) essay on "How, if at all, will being in Singapore enhance my research? Approximately 20-25 merit scholarships are for United Methodist students who demonstrate academic excellence and who are considering or have started the candidacy process. Temporary living expenses to assist the move to Singapore will be reimbursed up to SGD80 per day for up to two weeks. shelley.holmer@duke.edu.

For further information contact Dr. David Edelman (david.edelman@duke.edu), Dr. Kevin Thomas (kevin.thomas@dm.duke.edu) or Ann Paschall (ann.paschall.@duke.edu). The program is designed to prepare students with an interdisciplinary background and relevant practical and research experience to improve health and health care. The application deadline is April 1. It is a goal of the scholarship to provide underrepresented minorities the opportunity for career development in clinical research. Singapore Scholars are also expected to provide mentoring to Duke-NUS (DNUS) students (6-8 hours per week). Additional internal scholarships are available, however they require a different application. Depending on the funding source, these scholarships may be restricted to laboratories of primary faculty in the department or open to laboratories of both primary and secondary faculty. Ministerial Promise Scholarship (M.Div.)

Merit Scholarship There will be one $10,000 award given for the first year, and a $25,000 award for the second year, contingent upon satisfactory performance in the first year. Applications are through the Duke internal scholarship process for third year and are due April 1. 2021 #2 Best Graduate School for Nursing #1 Best DNP Leadership Specialty U.S. News & World Report; 2020 #7 Best Online Graduate Nursing Program #4 Best Online Graduate Nursing Program for Veterans U.S. News & World Report ; 2020 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) INSIGHT Into Diversity Best Nursing School for Men in Nursing American Assembly …

The scholarship is for those students who desire an intensive 2 year clinical research experience. The Baptist House awards scholarships annually to entering and returning Baptist students. My time at Duke has enriched my understanding, challenged me, and deepened the ways I experience God and the ways I live out the call that I have been given. or M.T.S.)