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IEEE Canadian Foundation Extends Deadlines for Scholarships

IEEE NL Undergraduate and Graduate Student members are eligible to three of the scholarships with extended deadlines

Published: Apr 18, 2022 by IEEE Newfoundland and Labrador Section

In their April AGM and Board meetings, the IEEE Canadian Foundation extended the deadlines of four different scholarships, as reported in IEEE Canada’s April Newsletter. Of the four scholarships, IEEE NL Undergraduate and Graduate student members are eligible to three: the IEEE Canadian Foundation Dr. Raymond D. Findlay Scholarship, the Nick Cercone Graduate Scholarship in Computer Science, and the Gargantini-Strybosch Scholarship. More information on the scholarships can be found below:

  • IEEE Canadian Foundation Dr. Raymond D. Findlay Scholarship: One scholarship each year, value $1,000.
    • Eligibility: The nominee must be an undergraduate IEEE Student Member in good standing, registered in their penultimate year of an accredited Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering or Engineering Science/Engineering Physics undergraduate program offered in a Canadian university, a citizen or permanent resident of Canada, enrolled as a full-time student.
    • Purpose: To encourage leadership, creativity and enthusiasm for the engineering profession.
    • Deadline (EXTENDED): August 15, 2022
  • Nick Cercone Graduate Scholarship in Computer Science: This scholarship is sponsored by the Friends of Nick Cercone One prize each every second year, the initial value of $6,000.
    • Eligibility: PhD students in computer science at a Canadian university.
    • Purpose: To recognize a computer science PhD student at a Canadian university.
    • Deadline (REVISED): May 31, 2022
  • Gargantini-Strybosch Scholarship: This scholarship is sponsored by the Gargantini Fund, one scholarship each year, value $5,000.
    • Eligibility: A student member of IEEE (or agree to apply for membership), enrolled full-time in his or her second undergraduate year, first generation in the family university student, completing a Canadian university program in a field of interest to IEEE.
    • Purpose: To recognize a student who shows brightness, integrity, engagement with community and enthusiasm for undergraduate study.
    • Deadline (EXTENDED): August 15, 2022

All application and nomination forms are consolidated at the IEEE Canadian Foundation Website.

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