"This is the most comprehensive listing of scholarships, fellowships, forgivable loans, loan repayment programs, awards, prizes, and internships available to undergraduate and graduate students majoring in engineering…Completely up to date."
EUREKA, The California Career Information Service
In the latest edition, "Schlachter, a library manager, educator, and administrator, and Weber (economics and history, Harbor College) bring together about 900 sources of funding for undergraduate and graduate education in all types of engineering fields arranged by degree and then alphabetically by organization. Based on material supplied by the sponsor, the directory includes scholarships, fellowships, grants, awards, and other aid of at least $1000 that is usable at any school in the US. Only funding that does not have to be repaid is included. Each listing details contact information, purpose, eligibility requirements, financial data, duration, special features, limitations, number awarded, and application date.Indexes provided are organized by calendar, tenability for geographic area, specialty, residency, and sponsoring organization. Programs that are no longer available or no longer focus on engineering have been removed from this edition, and profiles have been rewritten for continuing programs, with an additional 350 new entries."
Research Book News
"Now, in just one place, you can find out about the biggest and best funding opportunities (nothing under $1,000) set aside specifically to support study, research, creative activities, past accomplishments, future projects, and travel for both undergraduate and graduate engineering students."
Michigan State University Library “Grants for Individuals”
"If you are a student working on associate degree, bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, Ph.D., or non-degree/certificate program in engineering, then this directory for you!"
"Detailed, comprehensive, well organized, and highly recommended."
American Reference Books Annual
"This well-organized reference will certainly make a valuable contribution…It is highly recommended.”
Named an "Essential Publication" by Mount Holyoke College's Career Development Center because the directory "lists scholarships, fellowships, grants, awards, forgivable loans, and other funding programs set aside to support study, training, research, and creative activities for engineering students."
"Essential Publications," Career Development Center, Mount Holyoke College
"College students pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering will find out how to access and apply for more than 800 sources of public and private funding in this outstanding directory..the authors of this book make sure that students don’t waste their time, but rather gain access to the top awards."
Ferguson Career Resource Guide
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