Offered by The Epilepsy Foundation, this scholarship is available to undergraduate or graduate students majoring in the behavioral sciences who have an epilepsy-related field of study. Students must also have a qualified mentor who can supervise independent research in this area. Scholarships are awarded based on the quality of the proposed research, the relevance to epilepsy, and the quality of the facility or lab where the research will take place. Students must also demonstrate significant interest in epilepsy and epilepsy research. The application includes three recommendation letters, a statement of intent, a research plan, and a biographical sketch. The award is for $3,000 and the deadline is March 22.