The Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Puget Sound Chapter is now accepting application for the 2018-2019 scholarships. WTS has a rich tradition of offering scholarships each year to women who are pursuing their education in transportation or related fields (engineering, logistics, environmental studies, management).
Attached are the applications, checklist, and cover sheet for the 2018/2019 scholarships. If you could distribute these applications to students that may be interested and fit the criteria, I would very much appreciate it.
Applications are due by 5:00PM PST November 28th, 2018.
- The cover sheet is required, in addition to the items on the checklist.
- International students are eligible to apply, unless otherwise noted on the application.
- Part-time students are eligible to apply, unless otherwise noted on the application.
- If applying electronically, official transcripts should be attached as a PDF with the application.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
WTS ScholarshiApplication Helene Overly Memorial Scholarship 2019 Application Sen Scott White Memorial Scholarship 2019 Application Sharon Banks Scholarship 2019 Application Shawna Mulhall Memorial Scholarship 2019 Scholarship Application Coversheet 2019 Writable PDF WTS_Scholarship_checklist2018-2019p Committee Co-Chair
The Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) Foundation is pleased to call for nominations for the 2019 Structural Engineering Research Fellowship. This $20,000 independent fellowship enables a student to conduct research and travel to select cities to study how structures can positively respond to humanizing density in our cities. It is the hope of the Foundation that the Fellow will in turn influence the practice and teaching of structural engineering in the future.
Candidate must be graduating with a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree or Ph.D. in civil or architectural engineering with a specialization in structural engineering of buildings and bridges from a U.S. school between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019 and must intend to enter the professional practice of structural engineering. Candidate must be nominated by his/her dean or department chair. U.S. citizenship is not required.
The Mary Gates Endowment for Students is currently accepting scholarship applications. Mary Gates scholarships provide $5,000 ($2,500 per quarter for two quarters) for students to pursue leadership or research activities. These scholarships benefit students in the current academic year, and are open to all UW undergraduate students, including all class years, all majors, and all residency statuses (US citizens, permanent residents, international students, and undocumented students are all eligible).
Deadlines are coming up soon, so plan to begin the application process and attend an information session.
The College of Engineering is hosting an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship workshop. If you are planning to continue on to a graduate program in a science or engineering discipline, you may be interested in applying for this fellowship. We invite you to attend this workshop to learn more about this process and how to put together a competitive application.
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Workshop
Friday, September 28
Nanoengineering & Sciences Building Room 181
Attendees at the workshop will hear from a recent NSF GRF faculty panelist as well as from graduate students in the College of Engineering who have recently received the fellowship. This fellowship program provides recipients with a three-year stipend and education allowance, opportunities for international research and professional development, and the freedom to conduct their own research.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions about this event.
Engineering International Programs Manager
Program Operations Specialist, Academic Affairs
College of Engineering, University of Washington
368 Loew Hall Box 352180
Seattle, WA, USA 98195-2180
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CEE juniors and seniors considering graduate school: Look into NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Programs! (Sorry, the info sessions listed below were last week, but applications are due in August, so you have time to check the out. Can be full graduate tuition.
Dear Advisers and Colleagues,
Please let students in social science and STEM fields know about the upcoming application cycle and information sessions for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF GRFP). NSF GRFP is one of the premier opportunities to fund graduate study, providing 3 years of funding which includes a $34,000 annual stipend and full cost of tuition/fees. Current undergrads and bachelor’s alumni planning for graduate study, as well as current graduate students may be eligible to apply. Further details and a forward-able message are below. Please share widely!
Although the name may suggest that only STEM students are eligible, the list of eligible fields is quite diverse. This is not the complete list of eligible fields, but just some examples (see the complete list here.)
- SOCIAL SCIENCES – Archaeology, Anthropology, Communications, Decision Making and Risk analysis, Economics (except Business Administration), Geography, History and Philosophy of Science, International Relations, Law and Social Science, Linguistics, Political Science, Public Policy, Science Policy, Sociology (except Social Work), Urban and Regional Planning
- STEM EDUCATION AND LEARNING RESEARCH
- COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
- LIFE SCIENCES
- MATERIALS RESEARCH
- MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
- PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY