A $500 award will be given to a female student pursuing any associate's or bachelor's degree program in an engineering related field of study. Study.com wants to assist in furthering the educational opportunities of women in engineering. Areas of study that will be considered include engineering, computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, engineering technology, bioengineering, biomedical engineering, energy engineering, environmental engineering, chemical engineering, and architectural engineering among others.
Selection & Eligibility Criteria:
Selection will be based on academic history and extracurricular activities. Financial need will not be considered.
Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent U.S. Resident
Must be an enrolled (or accepted) female student in an accredited college or university who is planning on continuing the next year.
Graduating high school seniors who meet the above-mentioned criteria may apply.
Must have a minimum of 30 semester or 45 quarter hours still to be completed.
Must consent to provide a digital photograph of self and quote for display on Study.com if notified as the award winner by the selection committee.
The winner will be notified following the deadline and the award will be sent directly to the recipient by check to the permanent mailing address noted in the application.
Academic award winners who accumulate more than $600.00 in prizes over a one-year period will be issued an IRS form 1099 (or the equivalent). This will require contest winners to provide Study.com with certain personal information prior to receipt of their winnings.
The Scholarships are open to UNB Masters and Doctoral students enrolled in any area to support periods of intensive research or study in the UK which will benefit the student and their program of study.
A call for applications will normally be made in the fall of the year preceding the term of study. To the Dean of Graduate Studies with the following:
(1) academic transcripts from all institutions attended,
(2) curriculum vitae, including all awards, citations, publications, conference presentations, and the like,
(3) a one-to-three page description of the applicant's plan for study or research in the UK.
(4) a letter of support from the graduate supervisor or other qualified faculty advisor.
(5) estimated budget.
Applicants must indicate other sources of funding for which they have applied or which they have received. Shortlisted applicants may be interviewed by the selection committee.