Dean's AFRL-Discovery Lab Industry Undergraduate Experiential Learning Assistantship/Scholarship
$3,000 scholarship; $7,000 stipend
Student must be a direct admit to College of Engineering and Computer Science
Yes; for four years (must maintain 3.0 GPA at Wright State University and remain in good standing by continuing research at an acceptable level)
March 1 (prior to the start of the academic year)
|How to Apply||
Must complete the Online College of Engineering and Computer Science Scholarship Application and complete the Dean's AFRL-Discovery Lab Industry Undergraduate Experiential Learning Assistantship Application.
|Essay Requirements/ Expectations||
Prepare now! Type and save your essay in an electronic document (3,500 characters maximum). Your essay should demonstrate your passion for the field of engineering and computer science, including how you became interested in the field and what your career aspirations and goals are after receiving your degree. If copied and pasted from MS Word, please do not use formatting like indentations or bullets.
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