Eli Lilly and Company Make Life Better Scholarship for Spring 2022

To be eligible for the Eli Lilly and Company Make Life Better Scholarship, students must submit an application and meet the following criteria:

  • GPA of 3.0 or above
  • Sophomores (Please note the sophomore classification can be based on credit hours earned or program completion.)
  • Majoring in STEM
  • Immediate family member may not be employed by Eli Lilly and Company.

To apply, students need to complete an application form, essay, provide an official transcript, and two letters of recommendation. The following link provides information regarding the application process and where to submit the application materials:

Lilly will fund ten scholarships of up to $10,000 each to be awarded each year, starting in the spring of 2022. Scholarships are one-time awards for each student and are not renewable. Scholarships will be awarded for the spring semester and carry over to the following fall semester, provided the student continues to meet eligibility criteria. Interested students need to submit their application to Eric Woods ( by Monday, November 15th

If any students have questions, they need to contact Eric Woods. He can be reached at

Callouts, Scholarships

Calling all Rising Seniors Considering Grad School

Thinking about grad school for the future? As you enter your senior year, I want to make you aware of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship, which provides a $34,000 stipend and tuition coverage each year for three years. It’s the best way to fund your masters or PhD! Students in a variety of STEM and social science fields are allowed to apply as senior undergraduates and undergraduate applicants have a greater chance of winning than current graduate students.

The Fellowship Office at Purdue is here to advise you on your NSF application writings. We’re here to help you get started over the summer with as little stress as possible!  

To start preparing your application, attend the upcoming webinar info sessions, which are offered as three webinars in two different sequences with the same content. Pick whichever time suites your schedule.  

May webinars during Wednesday lunch time: 

June webinars on Tuesday evenings: 

The NSF Fellowship is open to US citizens and permanent residents, but everyone is welcome to attend the webinars because the information can be used to apply for other graduate fellowships.