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Global Engineering STEM Program

S-STEM Program Overview

Scholarship Awards have been made for 2013-2014 Academic year and the application website will reopen during Summer 2014

The Tennessee State University Scholarships for Preparing the Global Engineering for Tomorrow's Workforce (GE-STEM) will annually provide 30 undergraduate scholarships, averaging $5,000 each to promising engineering students with sophomore or junior classification. The scholarships will be awarded to students who are academically talented and financially disadvantaged to explore opportunities for undergraduate research in engineering disciplines and professional development through a global experience to better prepare for a professional engineering career. The professional development program provides students mentoring, peer-tutoring and pre-college counseling opportunities. Senior GE-STEM scholars who enroll in professional development programs are involved in organizing on-campus academic mentoring and tutoring sessions. GE-STEM scholars enrolled in the research programs are poised to engage in senior level research and enroll in competitive graduate educational programs. The research experience allows sophomore and junior level students to perform research activities in state-of-the-art facilities on topics such as cyber security, transportation, computation fluid dynamics, renewable energy, and robotics. GE-STEM scholars present or publish their research and professional development experience and demonstrate their global learning via language competency or a foreign exchange experience.


SCHOLARSHIP Qualifications
To qualify for scholarship support students must

  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Be an undergraduate engineering student at the sophomore or junior level
  • Maintain full-time status (12 credits per semester)
  • Demonstrate financial need.
  • Participate in scholarship cohort activities


Application Instructions:

  • Make sure to read the above information on eligibility.
  • The applicant is to write a 250-word essay. The essay should discuss the applicant's engineering abilities, what he or she has learned about the field, what strengths and weaknesses the student possesses, and what the student's aspirations are for a engineering career.
  • You should prepare your essay ahead of time and cut and paste it into the application form (online).
  • Applicants will be judged based on their financial need, academic record, and essay.

 Fill out the application HERE!

 


 

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