The Division of Engineering offers several scholarships to support tuition, travel, and special projects.
For additional information about any of these scholarships please contact Lisa Karam, coordinator of the Engineering Division, at email@example.com or (610) 330-5403.
The program is designed to identify individuals with demonstrated potential for significant achievements in science and engineering research. Priority on increasing diversity, including geographic distribution and the participation of women, underrepresented minorities, and persons with disabilities. Fellowships for graduate study: research‐based master’s or doctoral degrees at accredited U.S. institutions studying fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Learn more: Applying for an NSF Fellowship
The Havens Award is designed to provide non-traditional summer learning experiences for engineering students. These non-traditional learning experiences are opportunities for education and personal development other than those provided in traditional course work during a regular academic year, or summer program. A non-traditional learning experience is also one that is not available at Lafayette College, and would not be possible without the support of the Havens Award. Learn More about the Havens Award.
This fund is named in honor of Daniel Patrick O’Neil ’06 whose life was cut short in the tragic shootings at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. It is with heartfelt remembrance of Dan that this scholarship is offered to support engineering students pursuing senior projects such as individual research, honors work, or their own design projects. Students are recommended by faculty and selected by the director of the Engineering Division.
Open for engineering and liberal arts majors, the NAE Grand Challenge Scholars Program is a combined curricular and co-curricular scholarship program with five components that are designed to prepare students to be the generation that solves the grand challenges facing society in this century. Learn More about the Grand Challenges Scholars Program.