Scholarships & Fellowships

The Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering sponsors three undergraduate student scholarships:

  • The Michael S. Bronzini Endowed Scholarship: $1,000 (undergraduate)
  • The Patton Harris Rust & Associates, Inc. Endowed Scholarship: $1,000 (undergraduate)
  • The Civil Engineering Institute Endowed Scholarship: $1,000 (undergraduate)

The Michael S. Bronzini Scholarship: $1,000 (in-state or out-of- state; full-time or part-time, undergraduate)

This scholarship was named after Dr. Michael Bronzini, who retired from his position in 2009 as Dewberry Professor and Chairman of the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering. He now holds the status in the department as the first Dewberry Chair Professor Emeritus.  The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance for part-time or full-time undergraduate students pursuing a degree in civil and infrastructure engineering and is based on academic merit and financial need.

The Patton Harris Rust & Associates, Inc. Scholarship: $1,000 (in-state only; full-time or part-time, undergraduate)

Patton Harris Rust & Associates, Inc. was founded in 1952 and is based in Chantilly Virginia. The company offers engineering and land development services in the United States.  The purpose of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance for part-time or full-time undergraduate students pursuing a degree in civil and infrastructure engineering and is based on academic merit.  Students selected for the scholarship must be residents of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area.

The Civil Engineering Institute Scholarship: $1,000 (in-state or out-of-state, full-time only, undergraduate)

The Civil Engineering Institute (CEI) is the department’s industry advisory group, composed of local leaders in engineering involved in the design, construction, and management of civil infrastructure.  CEI played a critical role in the department’s founding, and continues to guide, advise, and support our program over 25 years later. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial assistance for full-time undergraduate students pursing a degree in civil and infrastructure engineering and to increase students’ participation in learning experiences through Chi Epsilon, ASCE, DBIA, Engineers for International Development (EfID), and SAME.

 

For more information contact Lisa Nolder