USAEE is offering a limited number of student scholarships to the 26th USAEE/IAEE North American Conference. Any student applying to receive scholarship funds should:
- Submit a letter stating that you are a full-time student and are not employed full-time. The letter should briefly describe your energy interests and tell what you hope to accomplish by attending the conference. The letter should also provide the name and contact information for your main faculty supervisor or your department chair, and should include a copy of your student identification card.
- Submit a recommendation letter from a faculty member, preferably your main faculty supervisor, indicating your research interests, the nature of your academic program, and your academic progress. The faculty member should state whether he or she recommends that you be awarded the scholarship funds.
- Be a member of USAEE/IAEE in good standing. Student Membership is US$35 per year. You may join online here.
USAEE scholarship funds will be used only to cover conference registration fees for the 26th USAEE/IAEE North American Conference. All travel (air/ground, etc.) and hotel accommodations, meal costs in addition to conference-provided meals, etc. will be the responsibility of each individual recipient of scholarship funds.
Completed applications should be submitted electronically to USAEE Headquarters office no later than August 31, 2006. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who do not wish to apply for scholarship funds may also attend the conference at the reduced student registration fee. Please respond to item #1 above to qualify for this special reduced registration rate. Please note that USAEE reserves the right to verify student status in accepting reduced registration fees.
If you have any further questions regarding USAEE’s scholarship program, please do not hesitate to contact David Williams, USAEE Executive Director at 216-464-2785 or via e-mail at: email@example.com.
Click here to download a print version of the student scholarship criteria.