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Scholarships

The Department of Civil Engineering has several scholarships designated specifically for civil engineering students. Some are featured below, but several such as the SUEZ scholarship and Othmar Ammann students need to apply via the  College of Engineering and Applied Sciences   scholarship page. Applications for these awards are typically due in December/January. Through the CEAS scholarship page, you can also find engineering-wide scholarships. A listing of scholarships available to all SBU students can be found on the  Scholarship page  on Stony Brook University's website.

 

Civil Engineering Gateway Fellowship. The goal of the Civil Engineering Gateway Fellowship is to recruit outstanding SBU undergraduate students to pursue an MS degree in civil engineering at SBU with the additional opportunity of linking their graduate education with an industry engineering experience. The fellowship consists of a $5,000 award for use towards tuition costs during one academic year (two semesters). The fellowship will be split and awarded each academic semester. Two awards per year are estimated. The Gateway Fellowship is provided in partnership with   H2M Engineers and Architects. The application period is 5pm (EST) November 1 to 5pm (EST) November 15.

Civil Engineering Research Experience Award Fellowship. The Civil Engineering Research Experience Award provides high-achieving civil engineering undergraduate students with an early opportunity to become engaged in research with faculty in the Department of Civil Engineering during the summer periods. The award is in the form of a paid research assistantship of $5,000 over 10 weeks. Students are expected to conduct research on a substantive, faculty-guided project, and contribute and participate in related professional development activities. Award winners will not be able to pick their own research project. Two awards per year are estimated. The Research Experience Fellowship is provided in partnership with Posillico Inc. The application period is 5pm (EST) March 1 to 5pm (EST) March 15.

Evan R. Liblit Scholarship. The Liblit Scholarship is awarded each year by the Stony Brook Waste Management Institute.

Othmar Ammann Endowed Scholarship in Civil Engineering. The Othmar Ammann Scholarship in Civil Engineering was established in memory of Othmar Ammann, who was a prominent engineer, most well-known for his accomplishments in the field of bridge-design engineering. The scholarship provides support, in the amount of two $2,000 scholarship awards, for junior or senior civil engineering students in good academic standing.

Suez North America Endowed Scholarship.  Suez North America would like to support young adults in their effort toward academic advancement through scholarship.  In 2018, Suez North America established a scholarship at Stony Brook to recognize a high achieving CEAS student who is pursuing undergraduate studies in a field related to the water industry.  Students must be enrolled full-time, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and plan to pursue a career or advanced degree in the water industry, such as water treatment, water recycling and water quality.  An award of $1000 will be granted each academic year.

Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URECA) Scholarship. URECA provides support to SB students engaged in faculty-mentored research and/or creative activities in all disciplines.

 

 

American Society of Civil Engineers

ASCE National ASCE offers a variety of scholarships, including 

  • CI Construction Engineering Student Scholarship 
  • Lawrence W. and Francis W. Cox Scholarship 
  • Eugene C. Figg, Jr. Civil Engineering Scholarship 
  • John Lenard Civil Engineering Scholarship 
  • Robert B. B. and Josephine N. Moorman Scholarship 
  • Samuel Fletcher Tapman ASCE Student Chapter Scholarship 
  • B. Charles Tiney Memorial ASCE Student Chapter Scholarship 
  • Y.C. Yang Civil Engineering Scholarship
  • SEI Young Professional Scholarship to Structures Congress 

ASCE MET Section Scholarship.  The Met Section of ASCE awards annual scholarships to active members  

American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) – New York To promote the profession to the next generation, award outstanding engineering students and help New York retain promising young talent, ACEC New York administers a statewide scholarship program. Since the program’s inception in 2002, the council has awarded over $500,000, collectively, to 192 high-achieving engineering students attending New York State colleges and universities.

Adopt-an-Undergrad (New York State Association of Transportation Engineers) This provides a $2000 - $4000 scholarship for students who have lived/worked in the Hudson Valley Region.  Recipients must also be pursuing a degree in engineering specifically focusing on design, construction or maintenance of public works within the physical and natural environment.  GPA must be 2.5 or higher and students can apply immediately following their sophomore year.   The application deadline is June 2016, so please make sure to be in touch with the CE office in the spring for an application.