LOUIS W. BALMER SCHOLARSHIP (AWARD BY THE ERIE ENGINEERING SOCITITES COUNCIL)
The Louis W. Balmer scholarship, awarded by Erie Engineering Societies Council is given annually to a full-time Engineering student at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Student who are permanent residents of Northwestern Pennsylvania (Crawford, Erie, McKean, Mercer, Venango, and Warren Counties) transferring in the following academic year to a cooperating Engineering school would be eligible.
This scholarship is awarded on the basis of outstanding scholastic work, promising future career in Engineering, and financial need. The award is applicable toward tuition and associated fees only. The value of the award varies from year to year with past amounts as much as $3,500.00.
ROBERT GRAY SCHOLARSHIP (AWARDED BY THE ERIE ENGINEERING SOCIETIES COUNCIL)
The Robert Gray Associate Degree Scholarship, awarded by Erie Engineering Societies Council is given annually to a full-time Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MET) student at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Students who are permanent residents of Northwestern Pennsylvania (Erie, Crawford, Mercer, Venango, Warren, or McKean Counties) may be eligible.
This scholarship is awarded on the basis of the outstanding scholastic work; worthy and promising students as determined by Edinboro University Pennsylvania. Financial need will be considered, but it is not the overwhelming determinant. The value of the award varies from year to year with past amounts as much as $1,250.00. 4
GILTINAN-OVERHEIM PHYSICS AND ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP
The scholarship can be awarded to an upper-class student who has a minimum GPA of 3.25 and earned 32 or more credits.
This scholarship can only be awarded during the Fall and/or Spring semesters.
JOE AND ELEONORA BUBA SCHOLARSHIP FOR MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
The successful candidate will be pursuing an A.E.T. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology, B.S. in Industrial Trade and Leadership or a B.S. in Physics. The student may be an incoming freshman or upperclassman. Financial aid is a factor. A student with financial need must first apply to financial aid before receiving this scholarship. This scholarship awards approximately $4,400.00 annually and can be divided among several students.
DR. and MRS. PAUL FLYNN SCHOLARSHIP
The successful candidate will be participating in the 3/2 Engineering Track within the B.S. in Physics. The award is renewable up to three years and preference is given to student from rural Pennsylvania who has help intermediate jobs with a practical background. An ideal candidate will come from a small town or farming community. Provided the student maintains eligibility, an opportunity for the Summer Intern program at GE transportation may be provided.
THOMAS C. HEARD SCHOLARSHIP
The student must be a senior entering Block/student teaching with a Secondary Education in Physics major and have a 3.0 QPA in their major and overall. Financial need is a factor and if there are no qualified Secondary Education majors, Physics majors with similar qualifications will be considered. The award may be split among several qualified students.
MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship provides and annual minimum award of $500 to a student majoring in the Manufacturing Engineering Technology program. The award was established to support the manufacturing industry located in western Pennsylvania. This scholarship is provided by the Physics & Technology Department and Tool & Die Industry leaders to support the advancement and training of individuals embarking on a career in the field. Financial need is not a factor.