PREvious IEEE SFU Members recipients:

IEEE CANADIAN FOUNDATION: 

N/A

IEEE VANCouver Section Student Scholarships: 

Left to right: CHRIS NSIMBE, Dr. CRAIG W. SCRATCHLEY, FATEMEH EDALATFAR

Left to right: CHRIS NSIMBE, Dr. CRAIG W. SCRATCHLEYFATEMEH EDALATFAR

Fatemeh Edalatfar, SFU: Thurb Cushing Scholarship Award for 2014

Chris Nsimbe, SFU: Hector J. MacLeod Scholarship Award FOR 2014

 

1) IEEE Canadian Foundation 2016:

The IEEE CF has a number of student-related funding deadlines coming up on March 15th, 2016:

- IEEE Canadian Foundation (McNaughton) Scholarship: 

$5000 or $2500 for students in their penultimate undergraduate year!

- IEEE Canadian Foundation Vehicular Technology Travel Grants: 

Travel grant up to $1200 to attend a conference!

- Women in Engineering Prize: 

$1000 is awarded to a dedicated WIE volunteer in the Young Professionals category

More details can be found here: 

http://www.ieeecanadianfoundation.org/EN/index.php

 

2) IEEE Vancouver Section 2016:

The IEEE VS has 3 student-related funding deadlines coming up on March 1st:


The Vancouver Section of the IEEE will award up to 3 scholarships to SFU students enrolled in engineering related programs who best meet the objectives of the scholastic trust fund. SFU Students studying Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Science or related disciplines are encouraged to apply. Applicants who are student members of IEEE will receive preferential consideration, but such membership is not an essential requirement of the award.
E-mail applications to Lee.Vishloff@ieee.org, Rama.Vinnakota@bchydro.com and our SFU IEEE Student Branch Councillor - Craig Scratchley: wcs@sfu.ca
The application information required is shown below. If you have any questions, please contact our IEEE Student Branch Councillor - Craig Scratchley: wcs@sfu.ca


A single application will be considered for all three awards, - separate applications are not required. 

Hector J. MacLeod Scholarship ($500 cash award):

In honour of Dr. H. J. MacLeod, Dean Emeritus, UBC FAS, recognizing his efforts in education and science. The award will be made to a continuing undergraduate or graduate student in Electrical Engineering (or other electrical/electronics engineering related programs), who has attained high
scholastic honours, demonstrated initiative in the chosen field, and has shown interest in student affairs, particularly in a Student Branch of the IEEE under the geographic area of responsibility of the Vancouver Section.

Thurb Cushing Scholarship ($500 cash award):

The Vancouver Section, in memory of deceased outstanding individuals of the Section, offers this award to students formally enrolled in electrical and/or electronics engineering related studies who have demonstrated high scholastic attainment and have shown an interest in student affairs.

John Deane Scholarship ($500 cash award):

The Vancouver Section offers a scholarship in honour of Senior Life Member John Deane, recognizing his active involvement in the IEEE since joining as a UBC student in 1932 through to his semi-retirement in the Vancouver Area since 1976. The award will be made to a student formally enrolled in electrical and/or electronics studies who has attained high scholastic honours and demonstrated initiative in the chosen field. Since this award honours active involvement in the IEEE, a major criteria of this award is involvement in extra-curricular student affairs, especially involvement in a Student Branch of the IEEE under the geographic area of responsibility of the Vancouver Section. 

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Applicants should write a letter of application containing the following information: 

Applicant information, including: Name, Phone Number, e-mail address, postal address, student status (graduate or undergraduate), IEEE Membership status and IEEE membership number.

Reference information, including: Name, academic and/or IEEE membership status, phone number, and an e-mail address for each of two references who can confirm the information provided in the application.

Suggested references are, members of the teaching staff of the university, IEEE members (of any grade), student activities references, present or former employers.


Application letter: Explaining why the student meets the objectives of the Scholarship Program, particularly with reference to their participation in student activities and electrical engineering activities. This letter should be no more than one page long.


Evidence of academic achievement: A copy of the student transcript will provide sufficient evidence.

The deadline for submission of applications is March 1st, 2016. E mail applications to Lee.Vishloff@ieee.orgRama.Vinnakota@bchydro.com and our SFU IEEE Student Branch Councillor - Craig Scratchley: wcs@sfu.ca. Successful applicants will be invited to receive their award at the IEEE Vancouver Section Annual General Meeting and Dinner on Thursday March 24th, 2016.