American Society of Mechanical Engineers

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American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Auxiliary Undergraduate Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)
Lucy and Charles W.E. Clarke Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)
Elizabeth M. and Winchell M. Parson Scholarships (Doctorate/Scholarship)
Rice-Cullimore Scholarships (Graduate/Scholarship)
Marjorie Roy Rothermel Scholarship (Graduate/Scholarship)

Three Park Ave.
New York, NY 10016-5990
Ph: (212)591-7733
Fax: (212)591-7739
Free: 800-843-2763
E-mail: [email protected]
URL:http://www.asme.org

Auxiliary Undergraduate Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide scholarships and new developments in Mechanical Engineering. To honor students who demonstrate outstanding personal and academic characteristics. Focus: Mechanical engineering. Qualif.: Applicants must be a full-time students seeking either Mechanical Engineering courses or any related field of study engineering; must be a U.S citizen. Criteria: Recipients will be selected based on a review of all applications.

Funds Avail.: $2,000 Cash scholarship used for one academic year. Number Awarded: 1. To Apply: Applicants must be enrolled in U.S. school in an ABET accredited Mechanical Engineering Department; Applicants must submit letter of recommendation by the Head of The Mechanical Engineering Faculty Advisor; Applicants must file a letter from a non-academic reference; Applicants should have a letter from any other person will not fulfill the requirement; Applicants must prepare letter of recommendation from an instructor, preferably in the Engineering School; Applicants must submit Official transcript with academic record; Applicants should have Completed Application Form; Guidelines and application form are available from the ASME scholarship office or can be downloaded from the ASME website. Deadline: March 15. Contact: Alverta E. Cover 5425 Caldwell Mill Rd. Birmingham, AL 35242; 205-991-6109 at the above address (see entry 994).

Lucy and Charles W.E. Clarke Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To promote art, science and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences through educational assistance. Focus: Mechanical engineering. Qualif.: Scholarship is open to schools accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology or substantially equivalent mechanical engineering technology departments who directly choose incoming freshmen beginning engineering studies in the fall to receive the scholarship. Criteria: Recipients are chosen by the departments on the basis of need, academic achievement, community involvement, work experience and recommendations.

Funds Avail.: $6,000 (for the winning schools). To Apply: Applications for deserving schools are made by the AMSE Student Section as endorsed by the mechanical engineering technology department; Necessary forms are available in the website also indicating other instructions. Deadline: October 20. Contact: Marcelle Austin, tel: 212-591-7733, fax: 212-591-7739, email: [email protected]

Elizabeth M. and Winchell M. Parson Scholarships (Doctorate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To establish education funds for the purpose of assisting worthy students in the study of mechanical engineering or for graduate work. To promote the advancement of the art and science of mechanical engineering and the dissemination to engineers and the general public of advance and new development in mechanical engineering. Focus: Mechanical engineering. Qualif.: Applicants must be full-time student seeking doctoral degree in mechanical engineering. Criteria: Awards are given based on academic merit. Priority is given to students with financial need.

Funds Avail.: $2,000. To Apply: Applicants must be U.S. Citizen; Applicants must be enrolled in U.S. school in an ABET accredited Mechanical Engineering Department; Applicants must submit letter of recommendation from the Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department or the Faculty Advisor; Applicants must file a letter from a non-academic reference; and applicants must prepare list scholastic recognition, honors or prizes won, membership in honorary or professional societies; Applicants must present list extra-curricular college or civic activities in which they have participated, and offices held; Applicants must submit official transcript with academic record; Applicants must submit grade and membership number in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Applicants should have completed application form; Guidelines and application form are available from the ASME scholarship office or can be downloaded from the ASME website. Deadline: March 15. Contact: Mrs. Michael Snyder, 216 Churchill Crossing Nicholasville, Kentucky 40356 at the above address (see entry 994).

Rice-Cullimore Scholarships (Graduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To honor foreign students demonstrating outstanding personal and academic characteristics and to promote art, science, and practice of mechanical and multi-disciplinary engineering and allied sciences. Focus: Mechanical Engineering. Qualif.: Candidate must be a foreign student intending to do graduate work for a Master's or Doctoral Degree in mechanical engineering in the United States. Criteria: Awards are given based on academic record, personal promise, character and financial need; Applicants must demonstrate their commitment to a career in mechanical engineering.

Funds Avail.: $2,000. To Apply: Applicant must submit Letter of Recommendation from the Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department or the Faculty Advisor; Letter from a non-academic reference; and profile indicating scholastic recognition, honors or prizes won, membership in honorary or professional societies; extra-curricular college or civic activities in which they have participated, and offices held; official transcript; and completed application form. Guidelines and application form can be obtained from the ASME Scholarship Office or can be downloaded from the ASME website. Contact: Robert A. Bennett, email: [email protected]

Marjorie Roy Rothermel Scholarship (Graduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To honor students who demonstrate outstanding personal and academic characteristics. To promote art, science, and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences. Focus: Mechanical engineering. Qualif.: Scholarships and grants are given to students working toward a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Criteria: Awards are given based on academic merit. Selection of applicants is based on academic performance character, need, and ASME participation reviewed and scored by the Scholarship Committee.

Funds Avail.: $2,000. To Apply: Applicants must be U.S. Citizen; Applicants must be enrolled in U.S. school in an ABET accredited Mechanical Engineering Department; Applicants must submit letter of recommendation from the Head of The Mechanical Engineering Department or the Faculty Advisor; Applicants must file a letter from a non-academic reference; and applicants must prepare list scholastic recognition, honors or prizes won, membership in honorary or professional societies; Applicants must present list extra-curricular college or civic activities in which they have participated, and offices held; Applicants must submit official transcript with academic record; Applicants should have completed application form; Guidelines and application form are available from the ASME scholarship office or can be downloaded from the ASME website. Deadline: March 15. Contact: Otto Prochaska, 332 Valencia Street Gulf Breeze, FL 32561.

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