Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Automation scholorships!

Applications for its 2012-2013 ISA Educational Foundation Scholarships are now been accepted by the ISA.


Contributions to the ISA Educational Foundation come from the following sources:
 

Norman E. and Mary-Belle Huston Scholarship Endowment,
the Paros-Digiquartz Fund,
the Bob and Mary Ives Endowment,
the Wilbanks scholarship,
the ISA Chemical and Petroleum Industries Division Endowment,
the ISA Food and Pharmaceutical Industries Division Endowment,
the ISA Executive Board Scholarship,
ISA Life Members Committee Scholarship,
various ISA Section and District Scholarships, the General Education Fund, and others.


ISA is grateful for these  contributions and welcomes further donations
These scholarships are awarded to students worldwide in two- and four-year colleges and universities, and to graduate students, who demonstrate outstanding potential for long-range contribution to the fields of automation, instrumentation, and control. The scholarships support tuition and related expenses and research activities and initiatives.

Applications must be postmarked by 15 February 2012 and received by ISA by 25 February 2012 to be eligible. The recipients will be chosen at ISA’s annual Spring Leaders Meeting in 2012 and notified in July 2012.

Scholarships of $5,000 are provided to the top two undergraduate students, while the amounts of the other scholarships vary.

To be eligible for consideration, applicants must be currently enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate program in an instrumentation, systems, or automation discipline (two-year program or four-year baccalaureate program or its equivalent) at an educational institution in their country of residence. Two-year-program applicants must have completed at least one academic semester or 12 semester hours or the equivalent. Four-year-degree program applicants must be in the sophomore year or higher of their study, or the equivalent, at the time of application. Also, applicants must be full-time students and have an overall grade-point average (GPA) of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale.

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