COE Ambassadors are representatives of the college and assist the COE Dean’s office with outreach and development efforts and participate in leadership training and career development. All COE graduate and undergraduate students can apply as long as they are registered full time. To become an ambassador, please apply here. Deadline to apply is April 17th.
Goal: To support the research of PhD students The Dean’s Office will provide research funds supplement to qualified PhD students. Students must have cleared their oral qualifying exams. A one-time amount of $500 will be provided to selected students. Thirteen (13) slots will be available. Funding will be limited to exceptionally students. Students should apply
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 by utsaengineer
Dr. Heather Shipley, a graduate of Rice University and recipient of the Regent’s Outstanding Teaching Award 2013 was named one of the Top 25 Women Professors in Texas. You can find her on the list, complete with short bios and images, at: http://onlineschoolstexas.com/top-college-professors-in-texas/women/.
Award: $7,500 Qualification: This scholarship is to supplement the funding provided to incoming COE full-time doctoral students. Funding will be provided for each student for a maximum of 2 years contingent on the student’s academic performance. Funding will be limited to exceptionally qualified new-recruits. Each program should provide nominations to the office of the Associate
Ph.D. Programs Award: $25,000 Qualification: The Valero Graduate Program will provide financial support of $25,000 for new Ph.D. students enrolled in any College of Engineering Ph.D. program if they are U.S. citizens or permanent residents who have disadvantaged backgrounds. Funding for a student will be limited to the first year. Subsequent support will come from
Tuesday, 05 March 2013 by utsaengineer
The award for the 2015-2016 academic year is $5,000 (based on availability of funds). The Sam Madrid, Jr. Endowed Scholarship in the College of Engineering was established in the Fall of 1994. It is named after a native San Antonio engineer with a long record of professional and community achievements. Mr. Madrid graduated from San