Sargent and Lundy fellowship
The Sargent and Lundy Fund was established by William A. Chittenden II, a former partner with Sargent and Lundy. He wanted to encourage other Sargent and Lundy colleagues and fellow alumni to support their alma mater. Sargent and Lundy Fellowships are given across five of the departments in the College of Engineering. Within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the fellowships are awarded to outstanding students in the Power and Energy Systems area. Each fellowship will be in the amount of $5,000.
- Applicants must not be graduating before May of the next calendar year.
- Academic performance as demonstrated by (but not restricted to) coursework and grades, recommendations, and previous recognition (awards).
- Research accomplishments, ability or potential as evidenced by publications and presentations within the area of Power and Energy Systems.
The Sargent and Lundy Fellowship is decided by a committee comprised of the Power and Energy Systems area faculty members. The committee reviews the graduate students from the Power and Energy Systems area in order to select the recipient.
A committee comprised of faculty from the Power and Energy Systems area meet and review their graduate students each year to decide this fellowship.
Past Recipients of the Award:
|2005-2006||Brett M. Nee
|2004-2005||Nicholas D. Benavides|
|2001-2002||Jason R. Wells|