Linda Su-Nan Chang Sah Doctoral FellowshipEstablished 2006
The fellowship was established in honor of Linda Su-Nan Chang Sah and in memory of Dorothy Wallace Everitt and William Littell Everitt, and will provide a graduate fellowship to an outstanding female PhD candidate in electrical and computer engineering, or a related field, who is specializing in microtechnology or nanotechnology related to bioengineering, biophysics, or medical electronics. Each award will be in the amount of $20,000. The fellowship may be renewed for two additional academic years if the recipient remains in good academic standing and is making adequate progress toward degree completion.
- 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).
- Demonstrated research interest in specializing in microtechnology or nanotechnology related to bioengineering, biophysics, bioelectronics, medical engineering, medical physics, and medical electronics.
- Applicant must be willing to accept an appointment to teach during the tenure of the fellowship, dependent on the needs of the Department.
- Research accomplishments, ability or potential as evidenced by publications, presentations, and letter(s) of recommendation.
- Application cover sheet.
- Student vita or dossier specifying previous education, work experience, research experience, publications, presentations and relevant service.
- Transcripts or equivalent listings of undergraduate and graduate courses and grades.
- A one page essay relating to the career goals of the applicant.
- A letter of recommendation from faculty research advisor.
A call for applications is extended to faculty beginning in February each year.
Past Recipients of the Award: