Fellowship Program for Undergraduate Students in the field of Structural Engineering by Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE, Virginia, 2013
Scholarship Program: 2013 O.H. Ammann Research Fellowship in Structural Engineering
Type of Award: Scholarship
Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Employer: Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE
Level of study: Undergraduate
Subject(s): Structural Engineering
Duration: Not known
Number of awards: Not Known
Am I eligible? 1) Applicant must be member of the Society (membership applications may be submitted with scholarship application), in any grade, and must be in good standing at the time of award;
2)The purpose of the Fellowship is to encourage the creation of new knowledge in the field of structural design and construction, and should be used for that purpose;
3)During the tenure of this fellowship, the recipient may not work on research projects other than that for which this fellowship has been granted; but recipients may accept other awards if the conditions of such awards are the same as those for this fellowship;
4)Evidence must be shown throughout the application that the recipient has the ability to conceive and explore original ideas in the field of structural engineering.
How do I apply? By post or electronically
What does it cover? Stipend for the Fellowship will be at least $5000.
Scholarship Description: The SEI Technical Activities Division Executive Committee awarded the 2012 O.H. Ammann Research Fellowship in Structural Engineering to Ms. Megan McCullough, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. The fellowship was awarded for her research entitled “Data-Driven Models: From Data to Knowledge for Multi-Hazard Engineering.” Ms. McCullough’s full report will be posted when it becomes available.
Application closing date: 1 November, 2012