Science Without Borders Challenge

$500

April 23, 2018

Awards Available: 3

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation's Science without Borders Challenge is an international art competition that encourages students to pursue the preservation, protection, and restoration of the world's oceans and aquatic resources.

    The Science without Borders Challenge was created to get students and teachers interested in ocean conservation through various forms of art. This annual contest inspires students to be creative while learning about important ocean conservation issues. The SWB Challenge is open to primary and secondary school students 11-19 years old, with scholarships of up to $500 awarded to the winning entries.

    The theme for this year's Science without Borders Challenge is "Why Coral Reefs Matter." This theme was chosen to coincide with a new film the Foundation is producing about fishing.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • education@lof.org
  • 130 Severn Avenue
  • Suite 100
  • Annapolis, MD 21403
  • education@lof.org
  • 443-221-6844

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Jacoya S  on 4/3/2017 6:23:35 PM

Note, this planet we call home is one we share with sea life. What right do we have to take, destroy and alter them as we see fit?

Allana Mae O  on 3/24/2017 9:07:29 PM

I am applying for this scholarship because I want to finish my study and pursue my dreams in exploring more about the oceans. I want to know what are the hidden treasures under water that the current oceanographers has not discover yet. I want to contribute in exploring more about marine life.

Centia N  on 8/21/2016 9:20:56 PM

I am applying for this scholarship so as to pursue oceanography because of my love for oceans and it's marine life.I also want to bring people into realization of the beauty in the deep waters and various species of creatures in the oceans.

Swakshendra J  on 4/7/2016 3:51:17 AM

I am applying for this scholarship to apply for my undergraduate degree.

Shirin D  on 4/4/2016 5:37:19 PM

I am applying to this scholarship because I feel like I deserve it because I am a hardworking girl and I need to pay my tuition.

Manoj K  on 3/22/2016 7:54:12 AM

This schoolarship make me stable for my studies.

alyssa jean d  on 1/21/2016 12:02:31 AM

Im applying this scholarship beause of financial problem and i want to finish my studies .

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