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TMS Scholarships

Entries must be received at TMS Headquarters no later than May 1 annually. For more details see TMS Student Awards Program: Scholarships.

See also: Division-Sponsored Travel Scholarships for TMS Student Members

  • J. Keith Brimacombe Presidential Scholarship:

    One $5,000 cash award scholarship will be made to an undergraduate student majoring in metallurgical engineering, materials science and engineering or minerals processing/extraction programs during the 2002-2003 academic year. In addition, a travel stipend of $1,000 is also available for the recipient to attend the TMS Annual Meeting, to formally receive the scholarship. The recipient of the TMS Presidential Scholarship will be chosen by a specially-appointed selection committee of the TMS Student Affairs Committee of TMS.

    2002 Presidential Scholarship: Laura Pocock, University of Manchester

  • Extraction & Processing Division Scholarship:

    Four $2,000 cash award scholarships are available to undergraduate students majoring in the extraction and processing of minerals, metals, and materials during the 2002-2003 academic year. The recipients of the TMS/EPD Scholarships will be chosen by a specially-appointed selection committee of the TMS Student Affairs Committee.

    The scholarship recipients will be known as EPD Scholars. A $2,000 stipend will be awarded to each recipient at the TMS Annual Meeting during the Extraction & Processing Division Luncheon. Additionally, the scholarship recipients will be given the opportunity of selecting up to five EPD-sponsored conference proceedings or textbooks to be donated to the recipient's college or university library in his/her name. Up to $500 for travel expenses to the TMS Annual Meeting to accept the award will be given to each recipient.

    Preference will be given to undergraduate applicants in their senior year, who are enrolled full time in a program relating to the extraction and processing of materials.

    2002 EPD Scholarship: Kari L. Buckmaster, Michigan Technical University; James J. Kernan, University of Texas; Skye Malette, Michigan Technical University; Robert L. Olson, University of British Columbia

  • International Symposium on Superalloys Scholarship:

    Two $2,000 cash award scholarships are available to undergraduate and graduate students majoring in metallurgical and/or materials science and engineering with an emphasis on all aspects of the high-temperature, high-performance materials used in the gas turbine industry and all other applications during the 2002-2003 academic year. The recipients of these scholarships will be chosen by a specially appointed selection committee of the TMS Student Affairs Committee and the International Symposium on Superalloys Organizing Committee. A $2,000 stipend will be awarded to each of the recipients at the site of TMS Fall Meeting. Preference will be given to students pursuing a curriculum/career in Superalloys.

    2001 International Symposium on Superalloys: Eric C. Caldwell, University of Florida; Megan J. Cordill, Washington State University

  • Light Metals Division Scholarship:

    Three $4,000 cash award scholarships are available to undergraduate students majoring in metallurgical and/or materials science and engineering with an emphasis on both traditional (aluminum, magnesium, beryllium, titanium, lithium, and other reactive metals) and emerging light metals (composites, laminates, etc.) during the 2002-2003 academic year. The recipients of the TMS/LMD Scholarships will be chosen by a specially appointed selection committee of the TMS Student Affairs Committee.

    The scholarship recipients will be known as LMD Scholars. A $4,000 stipend will be awarded to each recipient, preferably at the site of the TMS Annual Meeting during the Light Metals Division Luncheon. Additionally, the scholarship recipients will be given the opportunity of selecting up to $300 in LMD-sponsored conference proceedings or textbooks to be donated to the recipientís college or university library in his/her name and up to $400 in books for the award recipient. Up to $600.00 for travel expenses to the TMS Annual Meeting to accept the award will be given to each recipient.

    Preference will be given to undergraduate applicants in their junior or senior year, enrolled full time in a non-ferrous metallurgy program.

    2002 LMD Scholarship: Wilhelmina T. L. Espinosa, California State Polytechnical University; Jack J. Massarello, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology; Andre Phillion, McMaster University

  • Structural Materials Division Scholarship:

    Two $2,500 scholarships are available to undergraduate students majoring in metallurgical and/or materials science and engineering with an emphasis on the science and engineering of load-bearing materials, including studies into the nature of a materialís physical properties based upon its microstructure and operating environment, during the 2002-2003 academic year. The recipients of the TMS/SMD Scholarship will be chosen by a specially-appointed selection committee of the TMS Student Affairs Committee.

    The scholarship recipients will be known as the SMD Scholar. A $2,500 stipend will be awarded to the recipient at the site of the TMS Annual Meeting. Additionally, the scholarship recipient will be given up to $500.00 for travel expenses to the TMS Annual Meeting to accept his/her award. Preference will be given to undergraduate applicants in their senior year, enrolled full time in an engineering program relating to the structure, property and processing of materials.

    2002 SMD Scholarship: Scott Erdman, Illinois Institute of Technology; Nathan Yoder, Purdue University

  • EMPMD Gilbert Chin Scholarship:

    One $2,000 cash award is available to an undergraduate student studying subjects in relation to synthesis and processing, structure, properties, and performance of electronic, photonic, magnetic and superconducting materials as well as materials used in packaging and interconnecting such materials in device structures during the 2002-2003 academic year. The recipient of the TMS/EMPMD Gilbert Chin Scholarship will be chosen by a specially appointed selection committee of the TMS Student Affairs Committee.

    The scholarship recipient will be known as the EMPMD Gilbert Chin Scholar. A $2,000 stipend will be awarded to the recipient, preferably at the site of the TMS Annual Meeting. An additional $500 for travel expenses will be available to the recipient to attend the TMS Annual Meeting to accept the award.

    Preference will be given to undergraduate applicants in their junior or senior year, enrolled full time in a program that includes the study of electronic materials.

    2002 EMPMD Gilbert Chin Scholarship: Felicia Costello, Case Western Reserve

 

 

   

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