Diane Brandt Scholarship
Diane Brandt, a 1961 ISU alumna, established an endowed fund in 2010 to serve many generations of ISU women in science, mathematics, agriculture, engineering, and in other fields in which women have traditionally been underrepresented. The scholarship honors her academic achievement, community leadership, state service, and life achievements. It is another valuable scholarship created by a woman, for women.
You cannot apply for the scholarship as a student. You must be nominated by a DOGE and meet the following requirements:
- Woman admitted into a Ph.D. program in science, mathematics, agriculture, or engineering.
- New fall admit. Currently enrolled students are ineligible.
- The scholarship is for one (1) year.
- The one-time stipend is $5000 ($2500 each semester) and is in addition to all other funding received.
For more information about funding for your graduate education, please contact your program of interest.