Established by the Mickey Dale Family Foundation, this scholarship supports engineering students at the University of Maryland in the majors of Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, and Bioengineering. Preference is given to student working on research or participating in internships focused on human health innovation.
Scholarships are renewable provided the student maintain a minimum gpa or 2.8 and be full time in the Clark School in any of the majors mentioned. Recipients who receive their undergraduate degree at UMD and enter a graduate program in the Clark School can continue to receive the scholarship.
Engineering majors:Electrical and Computer Engineering Fischell Department of Bioengineering Mechanical Engineering
Class standing:Freshmen Sophomore Junior Senior Undergraduate
Other eligibility requirements:Undergraduate student in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, or Bioengineering pursuing research in health related field; can be renewable. If student continues as a graduate student, he/she can continue scholarship.
Does the Clark School's scholarship application need to be completed?Yes
Number of awards:Varies