Graduate Scholarship Program
The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers's Graduate Scholarships Program bestows multiple scholarships in honor of living and deceased SNAME Members. Applicants use a single application to apply for all scholarships within the program. The Wehausen Graduate Scholarship utilizes a seperate application (see below).
Since its inception in 1933, the SNAME Graduate Scholarship Program has awarded millions of dollars of scholarship awards to students in the naval architecture, marine engineering, ocean engineering and marine industry related fields. North American applicants must study in approved institutions in the U.S., Canada, or abroad, while non-U.S./Canadian graduate applicants must study in approved U.S. or Canadian schools. Applicants must not receive their Masters Degree prior to October 1 of the year in which they are applying for their scholarship. Generally, applicants are not expected to receive their Master's Degree prior to April 15 of the academic year in which graduate study is undertaken.
Multiple awards of up to $20,000 are made annually, seven of which are designated as follows:
1) The Wilbur N. Landers Scholarship (contribute)
2) The William M. Kennedy Scholarship (contribute)
3) The Tommy L. Richards Scholarship (contribute)
4) The Alan C. McClure Scholarship (contribute)
5) The Frederick H. Todd Scholarship (contribute)
6) The David A. O'Neil Scholarship (contribute)
7) The Arthur J. Haskell Scholarship (contribute)
8) The Walter M. and Doris H. Maclean Scholarship (contribute)
9) The Chester L. Long Scholarship (contribute)
To apply for a SNAME Graduate Scholarship complete the Scholarship Application and submit to Sofia Iliogrammenou at email@example.com