Presented to a student majoring in chemical engineering with the highest cumulative scholastic average at the end of  the first semester of the junior year, as well as, elected into Tau Beta Pi.

This fund provides awards for chemical engineering students under the auspices of the Presidents Scholarship Program at the University of Maryland.  Recipients will be selected by the Chair of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering  on a basis of academic merit, financial need and a demonstrated aptitude for the field of Chemical Engineering. 

This fund provides annual merit scholarships for chemical engineering undergraduates enrolled at the University of Maryland. For Junior or Senior students, additional criteria include good verbal communication and interpersonal skills.  Preference may be given to candidates who have taken (or concurrently enrolled in) a general course(s) in public speaking, speech communications skills, etc. offered by the ChE program, or another department at the University. All recipents will be selected on the basis of academic merit (GPA of 3.0 or better).  Financial need may be taken into consideration, but is not a stric award requirement.

This fund supports undergraduate students enrolled in the chemical engineering program at the University of Maryland.

This award is given to outstanding students in the James Clark School of Engineering at UMD. Recipients will be selected by the Clark School of Engineering scholarship and awards committee on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Recipents must have a minimum of GPA of 3.4, and preference shall be given to students studying chemical engineering. 

This fund shall provides scholarships for undergraduate chemical engineering students at the University of Maryland. It is merit based with a minimum of 3.0 GPA.  

This fund supports undergraduate students enrolled in the chemical engineering program at the University of Maryland.

This annual scholarship will assist one, or more, undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in chemical engineering, on the basis of financial need; selected by the ChBE Chair, in consultation with and according to the recommendations of the  Faculty Scholarship Committee. Other criteria, as determined by the Faculty Scholarship Committee, may also be taken into consideration. 

This annual award provides funding for an undergraduate student, majoring in chemical engineering, at UMD.  The recipient, who may receive the award only once, will be selected by the ChBE Faculty Scholarship Committee on the basis of demonstrated financial need, and excellence in academic achievement with at least a 3.6 overall, or engineering course work, grade point average; willingness to help others either by tutoring, or engaging in some other worthy civic endeavor;  interest in liberal arts such as philosophy, psychology, music, art, history and/or political science, and athletic activity, particulary  golf or running. 

This fund will provide annual income, which shall be used to provide financial aid to students enrolled full-time in the chemical engineering program at the University of Maryland. Selection of the recipent(s) of the scholarship shall be the responsibility of the Dean of the UMD College of Engineering. 

This award, approximately $8,000, is available to incoming freshmen. Priority will be given to students as follows:

Residents of 1) Kent County, MD, 2) Maryland Eastern Shore, 3) State of Maryland.  

Partial in-state tuition, approximately $4,000, will be used to support a current chemical engineering student through completion of his/her degree.  

This fund supports undergraduate students enrolled in the chemical engineering program at the University of Maryland.

This fund supports undergraduate students enrolled in the chemical engineering program at the University of Maryland.

This fund supports students pursuring internship opportunities in industry or research. Funds may be used for stipends and/or to cover expenses directly associated with travel to/from the internship, or reseach lab opportunity. 


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