Scholarships

Academic Level:
Undergraduate – Junior
Academic/Research Discipline:
Physics, Engineering, or Materials Science
Monetary Award:
$1000 to be awarded for Junior year
$1000 to be given for Senior year
Total award is $2000 over a two-year period

This is a one-year, one-time award and non-renewable.

The Accelerator Applications Division Honors & Awards Committee will select the recipient.

Additional considerations will be given to those candidates who:
Demonstrate financial need
Are members of an under-represented class (female/minority)
Have a record of service to ANS

Form can be downloaded from http://www.ans.org/honors/scholarships/forms/

The proposed award criteria are
Academic performance
Faculty recommendations
Letters of recommendation from two faculty members
Professional accomplishments and career objectives
A summary of accomplishments that includes honors, awards, professional work activities, and special interest activities.
A description of long-term and short-term professional objectives. Research interests aligned with the Division’s topical areas will be given greater weight.
Additional considerations will be given to those candidates who:
Demonstrate financial need
Are members of an under-represented class (female/minority)
Have a record of service to ANS
 Form can be downloaded from http://www.ans.org/honors/scholarships/forms/

SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS:

2016:
Samantha Michael – North Carolina State University
2015:
Keeton Ross – University of California, Berkley
2014:
Logan Turk – Missouri University of Science and Technology
2013:
Mikah Rust – University of Tennessee
2012:
Daniel Abercrombie – Pennsylvania State University
2011:
Timothy Patrick Burke – University of Michigan
2010:
Chealsea Robyn Ratzlaff – North Carolina State University
2009:
Ryan Patrick Kelly – Texas A&M University
2008:
Charles David Stratton – University of Cincinnati