Qualifications for recipients: excellent research and communication skills, strong academic achievement at the undergraduate level and leadership potential as evidenced by extracurricular and/or community activities.
Application: before March 1st to the Associate Provost of Graduate Studies
Award typically over $3,000 per year.
Tau Beta Pi Fellowships / Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid / Professional Society support / Academic Honor Society Support
Honor society websites for specific academic disciplines and professional society websites should be reviewed for each year’s opportunities.
Qualifications: Must be a graduate student seeking a masters or doctoral degree in computer and information related disciplines. Must demonstrate academic excellence and promise for a career devoted to the advancement of computer science or engineering and information related disciplines
Award selection is made by the Associate Provost of Graduate Studies based on suggestions from faculty and staff
Award amount will depend on endowment annual interest