Category: Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Undergraduate
Contact: Dr. Curtis Taylor,
312 Weil Hall
Check with the Associate Dean for Student Affairs; Chairman, College of Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship Committee, or your departmental undergraduate coordinator for more information about the following aid.

Graduate
Contact: Toshikazu Nishida.
310 Weil Hall,
PO Box 116550

The College of Engineering offers approximately 750 research and teaching assistantships requiring one-fourth to three-quarter-to, workloads with $150 to $500 every two weeks. For more information about these positions, contact the office of the graduate coordinator of your department or the Office of Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Engineering.
http://www.eng.ufl.edu

Addison Franklin Marshall Scholarship in Civil Engineering Fund

College Awared Aid
Need-based


Junior or senior CE majors, preferably from Tallahassee or NW Florida; financial need and academics.


Value:

$2,000

Degree:

Undergraduate

College:

Department of Civil Engineering & Coastal Engineering (CE), Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Alan M. Jacobs Memorial Fund

College Awared Aid
Not Need-based


Supports undergraduate and graduate scholarships/fellowships for students in the Nuclear Engineering program.

For more information, contact:
UF Nuclear Engineering Program
http://www.nuceng.ufl.edu


Value:

Varies

Degree:

Graduate, Undergraduate

College:

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Albert Holloway Graduate Fellowship

College Awared Aid
Not Need-based


Full-time electrical and computer engineering student.


Value:

$5,000

Degree:

Graduate

College:

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Arnold J. “Red” Morway Memorial Graduate Fellowship

College Awared Aid
Not Need-based


Master’s level chemical engineering graduate students.


Value:

Varies

Degree:

Graduate

College:

Department of Chemical Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

ASCE Transportation Technical Group Scholarship

College Awared Aid
Not Need-based


Members of ASCE; juniors or seniors CE as majors; successfully complete transportation class; awarded by department chair.


Value:

$500

Degree:

Undergraduate

College:

Department of Civil Engineering & Coastal Engineering (CE), Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Barry Douglas Memorial Fellowship

College Awared Aid
Need-based


coastal engineering students, 3.0 GPA, financial need


Value:

$2,000 per year

Degree:

Graduate

College:

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Bette and Paul Holloway Scholarship

College Awared Aid
Not Need-based


Meritorius undergraduate and graduate students in the department of Materials Science and Engineering to enable them to participate in research and professional development activities associated with professional societies.

For more information, contact:
Department of Materials Science and Engineering in the College of Engineering
http://www.mse.ufl.edu/


Value:

Varies

Degree:

Graduate, Undergraduate

College:

Department of Materials Science & Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Bill and Bryon Bushnell Graduate Fellowship in Civil Engineering

College Awared Aid
Not Need-based


Deserving CE graduate students.


Value:

Varies

Degree:

Graduate

College:

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

Bucket Milikin Electrical Engineering Scholarship Fund

College Awared Aid
Not Need-based


Electrical engineering undergraduates who are Florida residents; preference to students at least partially supporting themselves through part-time jobs, cooperative education, or internships.


Value:

$1,500

Degree:

Undergraduate

College:

Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering

C. Addison Pound Jr. & Annie Cannon Pound Fund in Engineering

College Awared Aid
Need-based


Engineering students; based on standardized test scores (as applicable), GPA, academic and other accomplishments, leadership and related activities, experience such as employment and military service), students’ area of interest, economic need, creative ability, and student’s ability to successfully complete all scholastic requirements.


Value:

$1,000

Degree:

Undergraduate

College:

Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering