Awards and Scholarships

2018 Department Award Recipients

  • DIALA AL SHAMASNEH - Physics-Engineering First Year Award - indicates recognition by the faculty for outstanding work in the department and related coursework

  •  LAURA BRUCE AND STEVAN KRISS- share the Physics-Engineering Sophomore Award - recognition by the faculty for outstanding work in the department and related coursework

  • MATTHEW LUBAS - share the Physics-Engineering Departmental Award - based on excellence of performance

  • ANGEL VELA DE LA GARZA EVIA - Akins Prize in Engineering - awarded to the student best exemplifying academic excellence, a socially responsible commitment to the greater community, and an enthusiasm for the study of engineering

  • ROBOTICS CLUB - Avis P. Waring Scholarship - awarded to a student participating in co-curricular activities connecting academic studies, and service activities or pre-professional experiences
  • GILLEN BECK- H. Thomas Williams Jr. Undergraduate Research Scholarship - named in honor of H. Thomas Williams Jr. by the Board of Trustees in 2007, this award is given to a student(s) in recognition of excellence in faculty-directed research

  • DANA DROZ- Edith Lemberg Reese and Harold Augustus Reese Sr. Prize in Physics - awarded to graduating senior physics major pursuing a Ph.D. in physics, astronomy or mathematics.

Other Award Opportunities

In addition to Department scholarships and awards, announcements regarding supplemental opportunities for scholarships which come our way are forwarded to students via email. 

First-Year Award

The First-Year Award indicates recognition by the faculty for outstanding work in the department and related coursework.

Sophomore Award

The Sophomore Award indicates recognition by the faculty for outstanding work in the department and related coursework.

Walter LeConte Stevens Scholarship

The Walter LeConte Stevens Scholarship is awarded to a student performing excellent work in the department and in related coursework.

Robert E. Akins Engineering Prize

Established in 2005 by the family of Robert Akins, this prize is awarded to the student best exemplifying academic excellence, a socially responsible commitment to the greater community, and an enthusiasm for the study of engineering.