Application Period: September 1st - November 30th, 2017
As follow up to the hugely successful Spring STEM scholarship and the Spring Textbook Scholarship, the fall scholarship is seeking applicants for a scholarship to support young scientists in STEM studies.
LabRoots is seeking applicants for a new scholarship created to support up and coming young scientists and to broaden the attraction of STEM studies.
Martina Ysabel Miranda
$2,000 Fall 2020 LabRoots Scholarship winner
I would like to express my utmost gratitude to everyone at LabRoots for their endless largesse. It is because of these opportunities that I can pursue my goals of being a geneticist and give back to not only my community here in the United States but also have my efforts extend to elevating the quality of STEM education in my home country.
$2,000 Spring 2020 LabRoots Scholarship winner
I am thrilled to be the recipient of the LabRoots Spring 2020 Scholarship and I can hardly contain my excitement! I would like to express my utmost gratitude to the LabRoots Scholarship board for advocating for my success. I intend to use this very generous scholarship to continue my academic pursuits with aims toward becoming an M.D. PhD in the field of orthopedic surgery. Thank you for helping alleviate the costs of education and again for advocating for my success in my academic pursuits with this scholarship!
$3,000 Fall 2019 LabRoots Scholarship winner
I am extremely grateful to everyone at LabRoots for this award. It is generous people like this that remind me why I have decided to go into healthcare.
$3,000 Spring 2019 LabRoots Scholarship winner
Hopes are high that I-with deep South sensibility, female-of-color perspective, STEM aptitude, and pharmaceutical sciences aspiration-collaboratively blend with fellow students in a fresh and impactful way that advances schools of thought in the fields of science and health and service.
$2,000 FALL 2018 LABROOTS SCHOLARSHIP winner
I want to thank LabRoots for providing this scholarship and a learning community. I am greatly honored to be the recipient in support of my PhD project. I have learned much of science relies on collaboration and mentorship. I still have much to learn from my current mentors and am grateful to have the opportunity for further development. I am hopeful to continue facilitating dialogue with volunteers, undergraduate students, graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, visiting fellows, and employees at the Weil Institute, Virginia Commonwealth University, and scientific meetings I am able to attend as part of my training.
$1,000 Summer 2018 Textbook Scholarship winner
Winning the scholarship is a great achievement for me. It will be a great opportunity for improving my education in the field of infectious disease epidemiology. Now, I can afford the most recent textbooks about the field that are not available in my country. I'm really grateful to LabRoots for the opportunity.
$3,000 Spring 2018 LabRoots Scholarship winner
My lifelong dream of attending Spelman College is moving forward, thanks to generous educational scholarships like LabRoots. Your investment has inspired me to help others. I hope one day I will be able to help students achieve their goals just as the LabRoots scholarship have helped me.
$2,000 Fall 2017 LabRoots Scholarship winner
Thanks to LabRoots for helping to fund my education. With this scholarship, I will be able to pursue my passion, computer science, with a smaller financial strain. I will continue introducing the wonders of STEM to younger students.
$1,000 Summer 2017 Textbook Scholarship winner
I am incredibly thankful to LabRoots for their support in allowing me to further my studies without financial burden. Using this scholarship, I will continue to pursue not only science but my interest in giving back to the community just as LabRoots has done for me.
$3,000 Spring 2017 LabRoots Scholarship winner
Thank you so much to LabRoots for this scholarship! As a young scientist, it is so encouraging to have support of the community during my training. I can't wait to share my research with my colleagues at scientific meetings as I continue my graduate studies.
Opens in a new windowOpens an external siteOpens an external site in a new window