The College of Engineering is excited to provide support to College of Engineering graduate students, with financial need, in their pursuit of co-curricular learning experiences.
Typical Areas of Support for Co-curricular Experiential Learning:
- Professional Development Experiences
- Presentation skills
- Developing, organizing, or managing a business
- Management skills
- Leadership training workshops
- Translating academic skills into diverse careers
- Non-technical conferences, including but not limited to ASEE, SHPE, SWE, NSBE, & oSTEM
- Conference presentations outside of research track
- Students working with underdeveloped countries to gauge technological needs
- Policy engagement
*Please note that any co-curricular activities that involve travel could require additional trip registration with the University. If this is required we will share this information with you as part of your award letter.
Eligible students may apply through the funding application at the bottom of this page. Before applying, please note that the application will require the following elements:
- A brief description of the activity.
- A narrative describing, in 250-500 words, the rationale for the activity and importance to one’s career goals.
- A list of specific expenses covered by the award.
- Description of financial need.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. If you have any questions regarding your application, please contact Katie Fry at email@example.com.