SCHOLARSHIPS

Our Alpha Pi Mu (APM) chapter is now accepting applications for the APM National Scholarships! 

Our chapter will submit three nominations to the national scholarship program, which supports a total of 5 scholarships ($1000). The criteria for the scholarship awards include: scholarship, leadership, sociability, ethicality, and widespread interests. 

Current members of APM as well as the inductees for November are eligible.


Please submit the completed application and your resume by Friday, November 6, at 5 p.m. EST

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Kimberly Ellis at (540) 231-9073 or at kpellis@vt.edu

Application forms & links

Please submit the completed application and your resume at APM Scholarship Application 

(or at https://virginiatech.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_22Yp7u81zCFYFxz)

The scholarship application file can be found here (remember to submit in either Word or PDF file format)

(or at http://bit.ly/APMscholarshipF20)

Available scholarships

1

S. Balachandran Scholarship

The S. Balachandran Scholarship was established by Dr. Balachandran to recognize service to Alpha Pi Mu

Undergraduate students only

2

Robert and Jean Dryden Service Scholarship

The Robert and Jean Dryden Service Scholarship was established in memory of Robert D. Dryden, and includes the requirement that the applicant has served APM and/or the industrial engineering profession.

Undergraduate students and Graduate students may apply.

3

Wolter J. Fabrycky ISE Scholarship

The Wolter J. Fabrycky ISE Scholarship was established to emphasize the systems aspect of industrial engineering, and includes the requirement that the applicant’s interests are consistent with the INCOSE designation of domain-centric systems engineering.

Undergraduate students only

4

Paul E. Givens Diversity Scholarship

The Paul E. Givens Diversity Scholarship was established in memory of Paul E. Givens, and includes the requirement that the applicant has contributed to diversity on campus through support for underrepresented students.

Undergraduate students only

5

John L. Imhoff Globalization Scholarship

The John L. Imhoff Globalization Scholarship was established in memory of John L. Imhoff, and includes the requirement that the applicant has demonstrated globalization activities, cooperation and understanding through leadership and related initiatives.

Undergraduate students only

General requirements

The following general requirements must be met for the above-named scholarships:

1) The applicant must be currently enrolled in an industrial engineering curriculum on November 15 and the following March 1. The applicant must have been initiated into APM by December 31.


2) The application must contain the substantiating information on the official application form. Additional materials or alternate application forms will not be considered.


3) The application must include the names of the applicant, department head and the APM faculty advisor.