Undergraduate Scholarships Awarded by the Herff College of Engineering
When financial barriers prevent a talented individual from expanding or completing his or her education, it is a loss for society. At the Herff College of Engineering, we measure our success in the differences we make in students' lives. Thanks to the Dean's vision and generous donors, we are able to offer competitive scholarships.
The Herff College of Engineering started freshmen scholarships for the 2017 incoming class. There are 2 tiers for incoming freshmen and the amounts and requirements are:
$3,000 / yr (max 4 years)
30 ACT comp or 1330 SAT (CR+M), or 1390 SAT (ERW+M)
$5,000 / yr (max 4 years)
32 ACT comp or 1400 SAT (CR+M) and 720 SAT (M)
32 ACT Math or 1450 SAT (ERW+M) and 750 SAT (M)
Continuing Student Scholarships:
The University handles most of the continuing student scholarships through the Tiger Scholarship Management program. You can access the TSM portal through your mymemphis account.
University of Memphis Scholarships:
Herff Graduate Fellowships
Graduate Level Herff Fellowship Application
Application Deadline is March 1, 2019
DESCRIPTION: The Herff Fellowship provides financial support to outstanding graduate students in the Herff College of Engineering to support their studies toward the MS or PhD degree. MS students are supported for a maximum of 3 semesters, and PhD students for a maximum of 5 semesters (excluding summers). The annual stipend typically ranges between $17,000 and $20,000 per academic year plus tuition. Applications are reviewed by a committee consisting of the graduate coordinators from the eligible departments within the college and one non-Herff College member. Awards are granted to highly qualified applicants consistent with Herff College goals.
DEADLINE: Applications and letters of recommendation are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org attention to Graduate Studies Director, Herff College of Engineering, Engineering Administration 201, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN 38152 and received no later than March 1, 2018 to be considered for the following academic year. The notification process will begin in April or earlier.
EXPECTATIONS: Candidates should define their research interests and identify their potential faculty advisor when applying for a Fellowship. International recipients must be present on campus two weeks before the start of classes to finalize the award. Domestic recipients must be present on campus one week before the start of classes to finalize the award. Recipients who miss these deadlines may forfeit the award for that semester and possibly the academic year. Specific duties of the student will be assigned by the Department Chairs in consultation with Herff College Administration and may include tutoring engineering students or laboratory instruction.
ELIGIBILITY: Eligible applicants include: Bachelors degree graduates intending to pursue graduate studies, Masters degree graduates (or candidates), and current PhD candidates from accredited engineering programs.
LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION: Two or more letters of recommendation are to be submitted using the following email email@example.com
CRITERIA FOR AWARDING FELLOWSHIPS
The candidate must:
- Be admitted to the graduate program by the Graduate School and the College of Engineering, and/or the appropriate Engineering Department;
- Possess appropriate verbal and written communication skills;
- Demonstrate potential for success in the engineering profession through past honors/awards, leadership, publications and professional experience(s).
- Identify a major faculty advisor and research interest for their graduate studies.
Frances Marie Dean Fellowship
Not accepting applications at this time.
DESCRIPTION: This fellowship is awarded to deserving and qualified graduate students in the Herff College of Engineering, with those pursuing doctoral degrees given preference. Recipients may receive the award, in the amount up to $10,000/year, for a maximum of three years.
ELIGIBILITY: Applicants must be admitted as full-time MS or PhD graduate students in the Herff College of Engineering. Under-represented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
CRITERIA FOR AWARDING FELLOWSHIPS
The candidate must:
- Meet all requirements for admission into the Herff College of Engineering
- Have and maintain a GPA of no less than 3.25
- Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills
DEADLINE: Not accepting applications at this time.
JOB SUMMARY: Will perform post-doctoral research related to areas in civil, electrical, or mechanical
engineering. Applicant should have a faculty sponsor in the Herff College of Engineering
with whom he/she plans to work.
Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. degree in civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Should have the capabilities to design and perform experimental plans, to understand statistical analysis procedures, to analyze and interpret data, to oversee lab procedures and lab personnel/students, to prepare data, write reports/articles for technical publications and to assist in proposal development. Should have sufficient interpersonal skills in dealing with students (graduate and undergraduate), co-workers, alumni, clients, university personnel and other related groups. Should have excellent computer skills.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS: Position is funded for one year with possible extension for an additional year. Applicant should have a faculty sponsor in the Herff College of Engineering with whom he/she plans to work. The sponsor will be required to summarize the proposed research plans and attach that to the application.
SALARY: Commensurate with education and experience, up to $42,000/year.
Screening of applicants for the two postdoctoral positions will begin on TBD and may continue until the position is filled. Starting date for these positions is TBD. The University of Memphis is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.