srivastav, tucker & weitzman Scholarship
Srivastav, Tucker & Weitzman Scholarship provides financial assistance in the form of a $750 award given by an Applied Mathematics and Statistics PhD and is named after faculty who were particularly influential to him. The $750 scholarship award is provided to financially assist a continuing undergraduate student in the Applied Mathematics & Statistics major.
To qualify for the Srivastav, Tucker & Weitzman Scholarship, interested students must:
A. Be enrolled as a full time Applied Mathematics and Statistics undergraduate student in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences for the full academic year (BOTH the fall and the spring semesters)
B. Be a continuing student in the AMS major (sophomore, junior or senior) in good standing
C. Show high potential for making a positive contribution to the discipline of applied mathematics and statistics or to the business world, as determined by a recommendation by a professor with whom the student has studied or performed research
Preference will be given to United States citizens
Interested candidates should submit the following documents:
1. A completed application form
2. A one-page statement outlining personal and professional goals as they relate to applied mathematics and statistics. General statements are not acceptable; you must address courses, work, research, extracurricular projects or other activities that show an interest in applied mathematics and statistics.
3. A resume
4. A recommendation letter from the faculty member for/with whom you have studied or performed research. The letter must address your demonstrated potential for making a positive contribution to the discipline of applied mathematics and statistics or to the business world.
All scholarship awards are subject to renewal of the scholarship by the donor and receipt of funding for these awards.
If selected to receive this scholarship, you will be required to furnish this office with a letter of thanks to the donor of the scholarship. Details will be specified in the scholarship offer letter.
Students who are in their graduate career of an accelerated degree program are ineligible to receive an undergraduate scholarship award.