The Warren-Young Scholarship will receive funds up to $3,000; a complimentary registration to attend one AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting and the Student Academy, including two free nights of hotel accommodations; and a scholarship to attend one Forensic Science Education Conference (FSEC).
To apply for funding, the following must be submitted:
- Teacher Letter — to include teacher's name, school affiliation, grades and classes taught, and a description of how the grant funds (e.g., tentative budget) and forensic science knowledge are/will be used in teaching basic scientific principles.
- Teacher Certifications — attach copies of current teaching certifications.
- Course Description — attach course announcements or proposed syllabus. Please advise if this will be the first time the curriculum will be presented or if this is an annual curriculum. Please advise if the course will be utilizing an outside source for guest lecturing (e.g., discipline experts).
- Demonstration of Financial Need and Support for Forensic Science Education — submit a letter from a school administration official concerning the level of financial need and the current availability of forensic science education (e.g., percentage of student body that qualifies for free lunches).
All submissions must be received and completed by May 1 (11:59 p.m. MDT).
Please submit the aforementioned Warren-Young Scholarship Requirements electronically (with attachments in pdf format) to Kimberly Wrasse at firstname.lastname@example.org. The FSF will confirm receipt of all submissions within two business days. If confirmation is not received, the applicant should contact Kimberly Wrasse to verify receipt. The Committee chair will notify the scholarship recipient by June 1.