GALILEO CIRCLE SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION FORM - 2009
The College of Science announces the Spring 2009 Galileo Circle Scholarships in the amount of $1,000. These scholarships are
funded by the generous contributions of members of the Galileo Circle. There are approximately 4 scholarships available for
Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics.
Full-time major in a College of Science undergraduate or graduate degree program, 3.2 minimum GPA. Students graduating in
Spring 2009 are eligible.
LAST NAME FIRST NAME MI
STUDENT ID NUMBER CUMULATIVE GPA
MAJOR DEPARTMENT (CHECK)
Astronomy/Steward Observatory Mathematics
Atmospheric Sciences/IAP Molecular & Cellular Biology
Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics Physics
Chemistry Planetary Sciences/LPL
Computer Science Science Teacher Preparation Program
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences
Geosciences IDP Program __________________________
DEGREE LEVEL (CHECK)
Freshman Junior MS
Sophomore Senior PhD
LOCAL MAILING ADDRESS
I hereby give my permission to the University of Arizona and the University of Arizona Foundation to share my
personal information between them and with scholarship donors and other funding sources.
SCHOLARSHIP PACKET MUST INCLUDE
o GALILEO CIRCLE SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION FORM
o PERSONAL STATEMENT: one page maximum; include current research interests and future goals
o RESUMÉ: include education, honors/awards, grants/scholarships, research experience, professional affiliations,
publications, community service
o LETTER OF SUPPORT: one letter of support from College of Science faculty member
Scholarship recipients are selected by the BMB Awards Committee. BMB majors must return scholarship packets to
the Academic Affairs office (Biological Sciences West bldg, room 360) by Friday, February 27, 2009. Finalists will
then be forwarded to the Dean’s Office in the College of Science, Wednesday, March 11, 2009.
A copy of the Galileo Scholar recipient’s packet is given to the Galileo Circle Scholar’s Patron. We feel it is one way
of introducing Galileo Circle members to the quality and breadth of our students. Recipients are asked to attend an
early evening reception on Friday, April 17, 2009 for Galileo Circle donors to meet Galileo Circle Scholars.
Cheryl Tomoeda, Associate Director of Development, College of Science, firstname.lastname@example.org ,
520.621.1787 or Olivia A. Mendoza, Program Coordinator of Academic Affairs, University Department of
Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics, email@example.com, 520.621.3868.