Pre-professional award: Recognizes an outstanding community-based research or service project of an oral health nature carried out by a pre-doctoral dental student, or a dental hygiene student, or a hygienist who has graduated from an accredited school of dental hygiene in the United States within the preceding 12 months (up to 2 awards each year). The award provides two recipients a $200 cash award, a copy of Jong's Community Dental Health, 5th Edition, one year membership in APHA Oral Health Section, and the registration fee to the APHA annual meeting.
The award is presented to honor an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to improve oral health in the United States. An award of $1,500 and an inscribed silver tray commemorating the occasion is presented by members of the APHA Oral Health Section
Dr. Jeanne C. Sinkford, DDS, PhD. was the first woman to become a Dean of a U.S. Dental School. She is a renowned scholar and champion of the advancement of women in dental education, the dental profession and the medical sciences. The Sinkford Scholar receives an award in the amount of $15,000 that allows her to participate in the ADEA Leadership Institute. To learn more, visit the ADEA site.
This fellowship provides the opportunity for an allied dental educator to focus on a broad range of issues affecting allied dental education. The recipient can choose one of the following activities:
This award recognizes an outstanding junior faculty who demonstrates excellence in teaching, research, and service and a commitment to dental education. The recipient will receive a $2,500 award to be used to enhance his or her teaching, research, and service efforts. To learn more, visit the ADEA site.
This award recognizes meritorious research in epidemiology and public health. Support is provided by the estate of Frank J. McClure, in memory of the late H. Trendley Dean, and by the Colgate-Palmolive Company. The award, consisting of a plaque and a cash stipend, is presented annually, provided a worthy recipient is nominated. To learn more, go to the IADR website.
The Oral Health Research Group of the IADR is inviting nominations for a group-sponsored award in oral health research. The purpose of the award is to recognize a body of meritorious research by a member of the IADR Oral Health Research Group, with preference given to a Dental Hygienist. A Certificate of Recognition and one cash award in the amount of $2,000 will be made. This award is intended to provide travel and other support related to attending the IADR annual meeting and participating in the Oral Health Research Group activities. Information about the award winner will be made available to dental hygiene and other dental publications. To learn more, go to the IADR website.
Intended for younger researchers (under 35), these awards make travel to the annual meeting of IADR/AADR possible. To learn more, go to the IADR website.
You are invited to submit research proposals for the 2010 AADR Student Research Fellowships. These Fellowships, supported by several major industrial companies, as well as by AADR and IADR Group Chapters, Sections, and members, are sponsored and administered by the AADR and have been created to encourage dental students living in the United States to consider careers in oral health research. To learn more, visit the AADR website.
Supported by the Colgate-Palmolive Company, this award was established to recognize, encourage, and stimulate outstanding research achievements in basic research in periodontal disease. The award consists of a cash prize and a plaque. To learn more, go to the AADR website.
Colgate funds a number of scholarships for female dental students. Contact the AAWD for more information:
American Association of Women Dentists
330 South Wells Street
Chicago, Illinois 60606
312-913-9327 or 1-800-920-2293
Designed for African-American, Hispanic and Native-American students, Colgate and the ADA have teamed up to provide grants of $2,000. To learn more go to the ADA website.
Colgate-Palmolive Company and the Hispanic Dental Association Foundation are proud to present scholarships in amounts up to $10,000 to students who seek to advance their dentistry knowledge and to further their commitment to aiding and supporting the Hispanic community.
The American Dental Hygienists' Association (ADHA) in conjunction with Colgate Oral Pharmaceuticals Inc., a subsidiary of Colgate-Palmolive Company, has established the ADHA/Colgate Community Outreach Award. This program recognizes ADHA components and individuals who have created and/or implemented significant community outreach programs that focus on preventive oral healthcare. To learn more about this award, visit the ADHA.
The Volpe Prize recognizes the best clinical research in periodontology by dentistry students in accredited dental schools or dental post-graduate programs in Canada, Mexico or the U.S. One abstract from each dental academic institution will be accepted for review. Twelve finalists will be selected to make oral presentations at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio in May 2009. Each finalist will receive a $500 travel grant. The winner of the Volpe Prize will receive $3,500 and a certificate of recognition. To apply for the prize, visit the OSU website.
Established in 1990, the NDAF/Colgate-Palmolive Scholarship Fund provides financial aid to African-American and under-represented minorities pursuing careers as dentists, dental hygienists and dental assistants. Since 1990, 1.5 million dollars has been awarded to 1,100 students from across the country.