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Buckingham Family Scholarship
To provide one or more electrical engineering scholarships. Qualified recipients shall be enrolled at UND and have a declared major of Electrical Engineering. Students will be identified by the appropriate scholarship selection committee and shall have demonstrated english and mathematics abilities, together with the desire to become successful engineers and contributing members of society.
David and Marjorie Rognile Scholarship
To provide scholarships to students who are earning a degree in the Electrical Engineering within the College of Engineering and Mines. Preference shall be given to residents of Climax, Minnesota, or Polk County, Minnesota.
Harold Wright Scholarship
To provide scholarships to first or second year fulltime students who are enrolled with a major in the Electrical Engineering Program, or if said program has been discontinued by the University, then enrolled as an engineering major, and who are maintaining a satisfactory academic standing.
C.J. Karzmark Scholarship
To provide scholarships for students attending UND who have a declared major of Electrical Engineering. Qualified recipients must be of high moral character and have a demonstrated record of high academic achievement and financial need. First preference shall be given to students who meet the aforementioned criteria and who are from the Casselton, North Dakota area. If there are no students from the Casselton, North Dakota area who meet the criteria, or for some other reason(s) are deemed ineligible, qualified candidates from throughout the state of North Dakota shall then be considered
Dennis Hodges Scholarship
To provide one or more academic scholarships to high achieving and qualified students enrolled in the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of North Dakota. Recipients shall be of high moral character and demonstrate the potential to lead successful and productive careers in the field of electrical engineering. Recipients shall be chosen by the Scholarship Selection Committee within the Electrical Engineering Department in consultation with Dean of the College of Engineering and Mines.
Stephen and Frances Fetter Scholarship
Scholarships to sophomore, junior, or senior students with declared majors in Electrical Engineering or incoming freshmen with a sincere interest in majoring in electrical engineering. The award is to be based on financial need, but the donors do not require federal regularions to be used in determining financial need. Determination of the recipients shall be made by the Executive VP of the UND Foundation in consultation with the Director of the Office of Student Financial Aids and the Chairman of the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Departments.
Chris and Hannah Hardland Memorial Scholarship
Scholarship to an electrical engineering student(s) who, through their scholastic performance, personality and character, show a potential for success and leadership. Further, the Donors request that financial need be considered in selecting award recipient(s). The Chris and Hannah Hardland Memorial Scholarship Endowment will be awarded to an electrical engineering student(s) as selected by a scholarship committee with direct involvement of the chairman of the electrical engineering department.
Ormiston Kermott Engineering Scholarship
Schoarlship to electrical engineering student(s).
Otter Tail Power Company Scholarships
The Otter Tail Power Company Scholarship shall provide for one or more scholarship(s) to a current University of North Dakota student(s) enrolled in Electrical Engineering within the College of Engineering and Mines interested in a career within the electric power industry. Preference shall be given to students who have chosen electric coursework that demonstrates their initiative in the electric power industry.
Rockwell Collins Scholarship
Scholarship awards may be given to one or more students majoring in Electrical Engineering at UND. Recipients shall maintain a 3.0 grade point average and be available for a co-op opportunity. Preference shall be given to women and minority students who meet this criteria. Financial need shall not be a consideration in determining the recipients. Preference shall also be given to students who have an interest in aviation. If there are no students who place an emphasis on aviation in their course of study, then the scholarship shall be awarded to any Electrical Engineering student showing an interest in the same industry as Rockwell Collins and meet all other criteria. Recipients shall be of high moral character and demonstrate leadership ability and personal integrity.
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