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SOAR

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Scholarships, Opportunities, Achievements & Results

  • Project SOAR will award scholarships to at least 19 incoming freshman. These scholarships are renewable for up to four years of support.
  • The program aims to graduate financially needy, academically talented students -- SOAR scholars -- who will enter the workforce or graduate school in a STEM-related discipline.
  • Special activities for Project SOAR scholars!

What can you do with a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics degree?

  • Create and break secret codes
  • Analyze crime scene data
  • Create video games
  • Keep computer networks secure
  • Develop treatments for diseases
  • Teach any of these topics in fun and creative ways
  • Develop new flavors for foods
  • Use your scientific problem solving in business
  • SOAR Scholar Thuy (Donna) Do takes first-place in Organic/Inorganic Chemistry at the Kentucky Academy of Science undergraduate competition

  • Are You Ready to SOAR?

    Johnny Maldonado
    SOAR Scholar 2011

    Presentation
  • Are You Ready to SOAR?

    Active Research
    Shelby Kozlowski SOAR 2009
  • Are you Ready to SOAR?

    Hand on Learning
    Kevin Smith SOAR 2012 Scholar
  • SOAR with the Best!

    Haylee Taylor
    9th place Youth Poles 18 & under
    All American Quarter Horse Congress
    Columbus, OH
    SOAR 2012 Cohort
  • Helping you to SOAR

    Interact with Faculty
  • Are You Ready to SOAR?

    Social Events with fellow SOAR scholars
  • SOAR with Knowledge

    Maggie Powell
    2010 Soar Scholar
    Fullerene Research: Spectroscopic Study of Charge Transfer in Fullerene-Transition Metal and Molecular Wire Supramolecular Organometallic Systems
  • SOAR with Common Interests

    Meet fellow SOAR scholars with common STEM interests.
  • Are You Ready to SOAR?

    Emily Esham 2010 SOAR Scholar
    The Identification of Rat Endothelial Cells using the Rat Endothelial Cell Antibody-1 (RECA-1)
CINSAM

Project SOAR is supported by the Division of Undergraduate Education at the National Science Foundation and Northern Kentucky University.

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