Code Of Ethics Engineering Essay Scholarships

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  • Applications can be filed electronically to students@nspe.org (this includes completed application form, letters of recommendation, and other supporting materials)
  • Official transcripts may be mailed to:
    The NSPE Auxiliary Legacy Scholarship
    1420 King St.
    Alexandria, VA 22314

The NSPE Educational Foundation Auxiliary Legacy Scholarship is awarded annually to a female undergraduate entering the junior year of a four-year ABET-accredited engineering program.

The scholarship is awarded in one disbursement of $2,500 at the beginning of the junior year.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicant must be an NSPE Member/Student Member who is:

  • A female;
  • Enrolled in a four-year ABET-accredited engineering program;
  • Entering the junior year of the program;
  • A U.S. citizen

Evaluation Criteria

  • Applications will be evaluated based on:
  • Grade point average;
  • Internship/co-op experience and involvement in other activities;
  • Two faculty recommendation(s);
  • Honors/scholarships/awards beginning in high school senior year;
  • A 500 word (maximum) essay on your "Engineering Career Goals & Aspirations to Achieve Them."

Required Application Materials

  • Applications must include the following:
  • A completed application form with the NSPE Student Member number;
  • A transcript, to date;
  • A resume or summary of internship/co-op experience(s) and involvement in other activities;
  • Recommendations from two faculty members who have taught the applicant ;
  • A 500-word (maximum) essay on your "Engineering Career Goals & Aspirations to Achieve Them.

Other

  • The scholarship award will be disbursed to the recipient's school in one installment at the beginning of the fall semester of the junior year.
  • Upon completion of the degree, the winner will be asked to submit to the NSPE Educational Foundation Trustees a report on the value of the NSPE support and their objectives regarding professional development, ethical practice, and licensure.
  • The NSPE Educational Foundation Auxiliary Legacy Scholarship winner will forfeit receipt of the scholarship award if the recipient does not complete the year as agreed.

Award Information

Purpose

To provide an incentive to engineering undergraduate students enrolled in colleges and universities in the United States with recognized engineering programs to choose nondestructive testing and evaluation as their field of specialization.  The Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship is a monetary award.

Eligibility

Undergraduate students enrolled in colleges and universities in the United States with recognized engineering department programs at the time the application is submitted for this scholarship. Each potential candidate for this award must show their anticipated graduation date to be later that the date the award funds are to be distributed. Each potential candidate must also show an active interest in the field of nondestructive testing and evaluation.

Nomination

Students applying for the Award must submit the following:

  • Completed application form – signed by applicant & school official;
    DOWNLOAD: Engineering Undergraduate Application Form
  • Outline of student’s program of study; 
  • Official school transcript showing all completed coursework;
  • Three individual letters of recommendation, signed by three faculty members; and,
  • Student’s original essay describing how he/she envisions the role of NDE/NDT in his/her career.

Click Here to Submit Your Nomination Online

Materials Submitted

* Materials must now be submitted electronically. Refer to the link at the bottom of the page.

  • Completed application form – signed by the Administrative Officer (department head or chairman), or his/her designee, of the program in which candidate is enrolled. (download form below)
  • Outline of student’s program of study;
  • Official school transcript showing all completed coursework; if educational institution will submit electronically then have them submit the transcript to ASNT using the webpage for submission of application; if educational institution does not submit transcripts electronically then mail transcript to ASNT HQ Contact Information below.
  • Three letters of recommendation, signed by separate faculty members; and,
  • Student’s original essay describing how he/she envisions the role of NDE/NDT in his/her studies and career.

Method of Selection

The Financial Awards Committee selects up to three $3,000 scholarships each year, pending merit and number of submissions.

Award Timeline

  • Announcements are made in the: August Issue of Materials Evaluation
  • Application deadline: 15 December (ASNT office is closed Saturdays and Sundays)
  • The Financial Awards Committee will provide its recommendation to the ASNT Board of Directors during ASNT’s Research Symposium
  • Recipients will be notified following the Research Symposium
  • Funds will be made available in: July
  • Awards will be presented at ASNT’s Annual Conference

Form of Award

$3,000 in funding and Certificate in Walnut Frame

*Recipients who are not members of ASNT will also be given a complimentary one (1) year student membership.

Current Award Recipient(s)


  • Chris Ingemi

  • Elliott Jost

  • Kryzsztof Mazur

*Recipient Biographies will be published in the June 2017 Issue of Materials Evaluation

Past Award Recipients

Past Engineering Undergraduate Award Recipients

ISC Contact

JessicaAmes
Awards and Honors Program
ASNT, Inc.
1711 Arlingate Lane
PO Box 28518
Columbus, OH 43228
Phone: 614-274-6003 Ext. 233 Fax: 614-274-6899
Email: james@asnt.org

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