Available scholarships

Du-Co Ceramics Scholarship Award

The Du-Co Ceramics Scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student pursing a degree in ceramic science, ceramic engineering, materials science, materials engineering or any combination of these degrees. The winner will receive a scholarship check in the amount of $3,000, a certificate of recognition and a $500 travel grant to attend the meeting to receive their award.  Application deadline is April 1.


ACerS Electronics Division Hoffman Scholarship

The Hoffman Scholarship is an undergraduate tuition scholarship in memory of Dr. Lewis C. Hoffman, former chair and trustee of the Electronics Division, a Dupont Fellow and one of the pioneers in the incorporation of ceramics/glass science and engineering in the area of thick film microelectronic circuits technology.

The Forrest K. Pence Memorial Scholarship Program andThe Robert and Mary Buttle Scholarship Fund

Students registered in a recognized two or four year program of ceramic engineering or other disciplines that are directly related to a professional career in the ceramic industry, and who evidence a sincere dedication and intent to begin a career in the ceramic industry following graduation, are invited to apply for this grant.


Link to the material advantage student program scholarship page

Ferrous Metallurgy Education Today Initiative (FeMET) Scholarship Program

Steel Engineering Education Link Initiative [StEEL] Scholarship Program

AIST  offers a one-year scholarships for $3,000, deadline 2 Mar 2015.


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