2C Lab Scholarship Opportunity for UHAS Students: The i2C Lab, Corp (i2C Lab) is a Maryland-based non-profit organization (NGO) based in Frederick, Maryland.
The Director of Public Affairs, UHAS released an urgent announcement regarding the above scholarship for UHAS students only.
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The NGO’s mission is to connect, equip, and mentor groups of college students in the United States and Africa in order to encourage knowledge transfer, build an innovation culture, and develop skill sets that will be needed in the future global workforce.
The University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) has partnered with i2C Lab to provide mentorship, research, technical knowledge, and innovation possibilities for UHAS students and faculty.
As part of the partnership between i2C Lab and UHAS, i2C Lab is initiating a scholarship program for undergraduate students in at least 2nd year of study or postgraduate students in the 1st year of study.
The selection process will be competitive and based mainly on merit.
- Two outstanding students will receive a scholarship of up to one thousand United States dollars ($1000.00) each every academic year.
- The scholarship only covers tuition and research fees, and it may be renewed based on i2C Lab’s requirements.
- The funds will be given directly to UHAS for the awardee’s benefit (s).
The Applicant must be:
- A student in good standing from any School or Institute of University of Health and
- An undergraduate student in at least the 2nd year of study or a postgraduate student
in the 1st year of study;
- A student in good academic standing with a CGPA of 3.5 or above at the time of
application. The Applicant will be required to provide the most recent official
academic transcript at the time of application as proof of good academic standing
As part of the application process, the applicant shall:
- Submit a brief proposal concept of not more than 500 words on any of the following topics:
- In what ways could students in the UHAS Vocational Training programme use
technology to enhance their experience in the field?
- In what ways could students leverage technology to positively impact their
assigned communities during the UHAS Vocational Training programme?
- In what ways could students in the UHAS Vocational Training programme
leverage technology to promote community members’ access to health? (see
Section 5 Research Proposal format)
- Provide recent letters of recommendation from two faculty members of UHAS, one of
whom should be either the Head of Department or the Dean of the School in which
the student is enrolled;
- Provide the most current curriculum vitae with at least one additional person listed as
a character referee;
- Undergo an oral selection interview by a joint UHAS and iI2C Lab Corp panel.
The final awarding authority will be the i2C Lab Board of Directors. After receiving the scholarship, the recipient must agree to:
Volunteer for at least four hours per week on a UHAS and iI2C Lab-approved research project; Be included in promotional materials and other actions aimed at publicizing this scholarship program.
How to submit the Application
Any UHAS student who meets the above criteria should submit an application with the subject “i2C Lab Scholarship Application” to the i2C Lab Scholarship Committee at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
deliver the application dossier in person to:
i2C Lab Scholarship Committee
Office of International Programmes
Library Block, UHAS Main Campus
Application Deadline: All applications must be received by Monday, March 14th, 2022 at COB.
Research Proposal Format (hint)
Concept note section (not more than 500 words):
- Main objective
- Main goal
- Expected outcome/benefits
Ancillary pages (not part of the word count):
- Tools (if applicable)