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UCLA Samueli offers a variety of undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships that help remove some of the financial barriers for promising students. These may be awarded on the basis of financial need, academic merit or other criteria, and all current or incoming undergraduate/graduate students are welcome to apply.

If you are an undergraduate or incoming freshman/transfer student, click here to view information and application instructions for a UCLA Samueli scholarship.

If you are a graduate student or candidate, click here for instructions on applying for an NSF fellowship. You may also search for general UCLA graduate fellowships here.

Undergraduate Scholarships

All Engineering Majors

Award amounts and details are subject to change.

Mahfuz Ahmed Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $10,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Mahfuz Ahmed.

Muriel K. and Robert B. Allan Scholarships
(Up to $10,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students in any major in the school who graduated with top 10% GPA in high school, are top 15% of class in the school, are U.S. citizens and have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible through the estate of Robert B.* and Muriel K. Allan*.

A.V. Balakrishnan Scholarship
(Up to $3,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major in the school, including undeclared.
Made possible by the generosity of various former students, family members, and friends, in honor of A.V. Balakrishnan, distinguished professor in the UCLA Electrical Engineering Department.

James W. Binns Scholarships
(Up to $4,500)
Awarded to sophomores, juniors, and seniors studying in any major in the school, with a minimum 3.0 GPA, and a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Carol A. Binns, in memory of James W. Binns* ’67, MS ‘69.

Eugene Birnbaum Scholarship
(Up to $7,500)
Awarded to a sophomore or junior studying in any major within the school with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Extracurricular activities and leadership are also considered.
Made possible by the generosity of Eugene D. Birnbaum*.

The Boeing Company Scholarships
(Up to $60,000)
Awarded to students with at least a sophomore standing. Student must carry a minimum 3.0 GPA within any major in the school.
Made possible by the generosity of the Boeing Company.

L.M.K. Boelter Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $2,200)
Awarded to a sophomore, junior or senior with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Extracurricular activities and leadership are also considered.
Made possible by the generosity of Lloyd M. and Rose B. Polentz.

Michael Blaine Brooks Scholarship
(Up to $1,250)
Awarded to a freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior studying in any major in the school, with a preference for students with demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of the Brooks family and friends, in memory of Michael Blaine Brooks* ’79, MS ’81, PhD ’88.

Youngsoo Cha Endowed Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school. Preference is given to students based on merit and scholastic attributes. Financial need may be a consideration.
Made possible by the generosity of Youngsoo Cha and Jin Hee Choi, Parents ’14.

Josephine Cheng Endowed Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $1,500)
Awarded to a student of any year with preference for members of the Society of Women Engineers.
Made possible by the generosity of Josephine Cheng ’75, MS ’77.

Nancy D. and Aaron S. Cohen Engineering Scholarship
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a student of any enrollment year studying in any major. Students must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Aaron S. Cohen* ’58 and Nancy D. Cohen.

Dean’s Scholarships
(Up to $14,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students studying in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of the alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of UCLA Engineering.

Dhir Family Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school. Must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Distinguished Professor Vijay K. Dhir and Komal Dhir.

The Gerald and Thelma Estrin Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Evelyn and Paul Baran MS ’59; Judith Lenore Estrin ’75; Sigrid Thorstenberg and Vinton Cerf MS ’70, PhD ’72; and various donors in memory of Gerald* and Thelma Estrin*.

The Faculty Fund for Undergraduate Scholarships
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Bahram Jalali, William J. Kaiser, Yang Yang, William W. Yeh and various other faculty at UCLA Engineering.

Kenneth I. Friedman Endowed Scholarship
(Up to $3,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school. Priority is given to students with emphasis on computer software development.
Made possible by the generosity of Kenneth I. Friedman* ’61 and Lydia J. Friedman*.

Gaspar Family Scholarship
(Up to $3,500)
Awarded to an undergraduate student any major within the school with preference for members in the Pilipinos In Engineering student club.
Made possible by the generosity of Robert J. Gaspar ’95.

Richard L. Gay Trust Scholarship
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Richard L. Gay* ’73, MS ’73, PhD ’76.

Gritton-Mackey Endowed Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in need of financial aid.
Made possible by the generosity of Eugene C. Gritton ’63, MS ’65 and Gwendolyn O. Gritton.

Janet and Mark Handzel Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $2,200)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school who has transferred from a two-year state community college. Must have and maintain
a 3.0 GPA.
Made possible by the generosity of Janet Handzel and Mark Handzel MS ’81.

James N. Harger Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of James N. Harger ’80.

Vincent Ho Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $4,500)
Awarded to a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior in any major within the school, including undeclared. Preference given to students who have lived, worked or studied in Hong Kong.
Made possible by the generosity of Vincent S. Ho ’86, MS ’86, PhD ’90, MBA ’94.

Alfred C. Ingersoll Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior in any major within the school, with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Extracurricular activities and leadership are also considered.
Made possible by the generosity of Professor Alfred Ingersoll*.

Eric and Peggy Johnson Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in computer science or electrical engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Eric and Peggy Johnson, Parents ’11.

Jon C. Jones Memorial Scholarship
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to students with high academic achievement in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of the Raytheon Company, in memory of Jon C. Jones* ME ’83.

The Kinecta Scholarship for Jr. College Transfer Students
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school who has transferred from a two-year state community college.

Levi James Knight, Jr. Endowed Scholarships
(Up to $20,000)
Awarded to students in any major within the school, with a minimum 3.0 GPA and a demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to members of Triangle Fraternity.
Made possible by the generosity of Evalyn Knight*, in memory of her husband, Levi James Knight, Jr*.

Linda and LaRoc Kovar Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school. Must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Linda Kovar ’81 and LaRoc Kovar ’81.

Guru Krupa Foundation Centennial Scholars Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing. Any major within School. Financial Need Considered.
Mukund Padmanabhan MS ’89, PhD ’92.

Kwon Family Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to a junior studying in any major within the school, with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Made possible by the generosity of Thomas D. Kwon ’92, MS ’95, PhD ’98.

Paul H. Lane Perpetual Engineering Scholarship
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a junior or senior majoring in civil, electrical or mechanical engineering with a minimum 3.0 GPA in engineering-related courses. Student must be a U.S. citizen or have a permanent legal right to work in the U.S.
Made possible by the generosity of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

Ricky Yingjia Lee Scholarship
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to engineering students who are also involved in either ACM or UPE and have made contributions back to the CS community.
Made possible by Yingjia R. Lee ’17.

Cornelius Leondes Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to a student in any major within the school, including undeclared.
Made possible by the generosity of Sara L. and Ernst Volgenau, the Fuller Foundation, and various donors, in memory of Professor Cornelius Leondes*.

Brian J. Lewis Scholarship
(Up to $600)
Awarded to a student in any major within the school who submits the best essay on an aspect of professionalism in engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Brian J. Lewis* MS ’54.

Terence Lim Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to a student in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Terence Lim ‘92.

Dutra-Liu Family Endowed Centennial Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $5000)
Awarded to any junior or senior student in any major within the school with a minimum GPA of 3.0. Preference is given to students who transferred from a two-year community college.
Made possible by the generosity of UCLA Bruin alumni, Paulo Dutra ’96 and Holly Liu ’99.

Dan and Helen Low Scholarship in Engineering (Up to $2500)
Awarded to a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing. Any major within School.
Made possible by Dan and Helen Low.

Joanne Maguire Endowed Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students in any major within the school with preference for students who are involved in the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).
Made possible by the generosity of Joanne M. Maguire MS ’78

Lockheed Martin Scholarship
(Up to $2,800)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school who demonstrates merit and/or need.
Made possible by the generosity of Lockheed Martin Corporation.

William L. Martin Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $2,400)
Awarded to a junior from the state of California studying in any major within the school with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference is given to students involved in leadership activities.
Made possible by the generosity of William L. Martin* MS ’50.

Mohammady Family Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing; Any major within the School including undeclared; Students who self-identify as part of and/or contribute to the Muslim community and/or are interested in Muslim culture and/or studies.
Made possible by the generosity of Imtiaz Mohammady ’93 and Mumtaz Mohammady.

WNA Family Scholarship
(Up to $3,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students with preference for a student who is the first in their family to attend college and has financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Anna and Won Ng ’58

Northrop Grumman Endowed Scholarships
(Up to $10,000)
Awarded to sophomores or juniors majoring in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Computer Science with a minimum 3.25 GPA, character considered and US citizenship is preferred.
Made possible by the generosity of the Northrop Grumman Corporation.

Frank Peters Scholarship for Engineering
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing who is double majoring or minoring in mathematics.
Made possible by the generosity of C. Frank Peters II

Lear Siegler Scholarships
(Up to $10,000)
Awarded to sophomores, juniors, or seniors majoring in aerospace, electrical, mechanical engineering or computer science. Student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA, be a U.S. citizen, and at least one recipient must be a member of an ethnic minority group. Extracurricular activities and leadership are also considered.
Made possible by the generosity of Lear Siegler Foundation.

Smita Pankaj Patel Scholarships in Engineering
(Up to $6,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students in any major within the school. Student must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Pankaj Patel, Parent ’06, in memory of his wife, Smita Patel*.

Simon Ramo Endowed Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $4,500)
Awarded to a student of any enrollment year in any engineering major. Student must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Simon Ramo*, co-founder of TRW.

Norton Rodman Endowed Engineering Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to a student in any major. The award is intended to carry with the student through graduation, with a maximum of four years enrollment covered.
Made possible by the generosity of Rica Rodman ’93 in honor of her father, Norton Rodman* ’53, MS ’55.

Shun Hing Education and Charity Fund Scholarships
(Up to $25,000)
Awarded to freshmen who have lived, worked or studied in Hong Kong.
Made possible by the generosity of David Mong ’84.

Bernard Shyffer Endowed Scholarship
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major with a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Bernard Shyffer ’49, MS ’63.

Monique and Richard Spataru Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major. Preference is given to international students who are citizens of a European country.
Made possible by the generosity of Anne-Marie Spataru MBA ’78 and Alex Spataru ’70, MBA ’79.

Stanton and Stockwell Architects Scholarship
(Up to $400)
Awarded to a sophomore, junior, or senior in any major within the school, with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Extracurricular activities and leadership are also considered.
Made possible by the generosity of Winifred Stockwell*, in memory of William F. Stockwell*.

Eugene and Marilyn Stein Scholarships in Engineering
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to students of any enrollment year and in any major within the school. Must have a minimum 3.2 GPA and be a U.S. citizen.
Made possible by the generosity of Marilyn and Eugene Stein ’68.

Steinbach Endowed Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students in any major in the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Ruth* and Richard Steinbach ’57*

Norma & Foster Tam Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing. Any major within School including Undeclared. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Financial Need Considered. UCLA Samueli women’s organization participation (i.e. We@UCLA Academy or SWE). Entrepreneurial aspirations preferred.
Made possible by the generosity of Norma Tam ‘93 and Foster Tam ’91, MBA ‘00.

Monte and Ruthellen Toole Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to a student of any enrollment year and in any major within the school. Student must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Ruthellen Toole.

UCLA Doshi Family Scholarship
(Up to $3,000)
Awarded to a junior with a minimum 3.0 GPA who has a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Navin H. Doshi and Pratima Doshi, Parents ’87, ’90.

Vicki Van Vorst Memorial Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to a student of any enrollment year and in any major within the school. Student must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Professor William Van Vorst* PhD ’53 and Clare Van Vorst ’49, MA ’52, in memory of their daughter, Vicki Van Vorst* ’90.

Kalpesh Vardhan Engineering Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to a student of any enrollment year and in any major within the school. Student is selected based upon an application and a written essay.
Made possible by the generosity of Sumermal and Raj Vardhan, in memory of their son, Kalpesh Vardhan* ’92.

Dorothy and Bob Webb Engineering Scholarship
(Up to $ 4,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student of academic merit in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Dorothy and Robert Webb ’57, MS ’63, PhD ’67.

Harley L. Wood Family Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to any student majoring in materials science, civil and environmental, mechanical, and aerospace, chemical, or electrical engineering, with upper division standing, and with a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Marc Wood ’69, ME ’85, in memory of his parents.

Jane and Tien-Tsai Yang Centennial Scholars Endowment in Engineering
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Jane Yang PhD ’71 and Tien-Tsai Yang PhD ’68

Au ShunHing Wan Centennial Scholarship (溫區舜卿)
Awarded to a UCLA undergraduate student studying Engineering. The UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering will determine the amount and term of each awarded scholarship.
Made possible by the generosity of Ho Pong and Beau Desiree Wan in memory of their mother, Au ShunHing Wan.

Norman Yeung Scholarship
(Up to $1,500)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in any major within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Norman L. Yeung ’77.

George A. Zizicas Memorial Scholarships
(Up to $7,500)
Awarded to undergraduate students in any major within the school. Renewable until graduation.
Made possible by the generosity of Harriett S. Zizicas* ’49, in memory of her husband, George A. Zizicas* PhD ’52.

Bioengineering

Award amounts and details are subject to change.

Bioengineering Undergraduate Research Scholar Fund Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to a junior majoring in bioengineering with exemplary accomplishments in research.
Made possible by the generosity of Jaideep S. Dudani ’13, Derek Go ’13 and various faculty members.

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Award amounts and details are subject to change.

Chevron Research Scholarship
(Up to $3,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in chemical engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Chevron Corporation.

Katehi-Tseregounis Endowed Scholarship in Chemical Engineering
(Up to $1,500)
Awarded to a junior or senior majoring in chemical engineering with a demonstrated financial need. Student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA in major courses and be enrolled full time.
Made possible by the generosity of Linda Katehi MS ’81, PhD ’84 and Spyros Tseregounis MS ’82, PhD ’84.

Rhône-Poulenc Contribution to Excellence Scholarships
(Up to $30,000)
Awarded to juniors or seniors majoring in chemical engineering with a demonstrated financial need. Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be enrolled full time.

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Award amounts and details are subject to change.

Doane Family Scholarship in Civil and Environmental Engineering
(Up to $2,500)
Awarded to a civil engineering student of any enrollment year. Student must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of James Doane ’68 and Jean Doane ’70.

Charles M. Duke, Jr. Scholarships
(Up to $10,000)
Awarded to civil and environmental engineering students with an interest in structural engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Saga M. Duke*, in memory of her husband, Professor Charles M. Duke, Jr.*

T.H. Lin Scholarships
($3,500)
Awarded to international freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior standing students or graduate students majoring in civil and environmental engineering. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 at UCLA.
Made possible by the generosity of the Lin family, friends, and UCLA Engineering faculty, in memory of Dr. T.H. Lin*, professor emeritus of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, in support of graduate or undergraduate students.

Los Angeles County Sanitation District (LACSD) Undergraduate Fellowship
(Multiple awards of $2,000-$5,000)
Awarded to a student in civil and environmental engineering within the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Los Angeles County.

Richard B. Nelson Memorial Scholarship
(Up to $2,500)
Awarded to a civil engineering student with an interest in structures.
Made possible by the generosity of the Nelson family, friends, former students, UCLA faculty and staff members, in memory of Richard Nelson*.

Martin Rubin Scholarship in Civil Engineering
(Up to $1,500)
Awarded to an undergraduate or graduate majoring in civil and environmental engineering, with a preference given to a student in the field of transportation engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Parsons Brinckerhoff and other donors, in memory of
Martin Rubin*, chairman emeritus, in support of a graduate or undergraduate student.

Charles and Janet Seim Scholarship in Civil Engineering
(Up to $2,500)
Awarded to a civil engineering student of any enrollment year. Student must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Charles Seim ’52 and Janet Seim.

Dr. Carol H. Tate Civil Engineering Undergraduate Scholarships
(Up to $10,000)
Awarded to any students majoring in civil and environmental engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of various donors in memory of Carol H. Tate*, respected environmental engineer at MWH Corporation.

Kimberley E. and Allen M. Yourman, Jr. Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a student majoring in civil engineering who is involved in the geotechnical group.
Made possible by the generosity of Allen M. Yourman Jr. ’76, MS ’78 and Kimberley E. Yourman ’73.

Computer Science

Award amounts and details are subject to change.

The Cisco Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to a sophomore majoring in computer science.
Made possible by the generosity of Cisco Systems, Inc.

Jiunn Carl and Teh-Chao C. Hsu in Computer Science
(Up to $1,500)
Awarded to undergraduate students in computer science with a focus on energy development. Must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Teh-Chao and Jiunn Hsu MS ’66, PhD ’71.

Mary Kathryn (Taylor) Kappler Scholarship
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to a student majoring in computer science. Student must be a continuing or incoming transfer student with a demonstrated financial need. Extracurricular activities and leadership also considered.
Made possible by the estate of Mary Kathryn (Taylor) Kappler*.

Carey Nachenberg Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $2,300)
Awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in computer science with a minimum 3.5 GPA and demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Carey Nachenberg ’95, MS ’95.

Gerald J. Popek Scholarship in Computer Science
(Up to $3,300)
Awarded to a student majoring in computer science. The award alternates yearly between members of the Society of Women Engineers and all enrolled computer science majors.
Made possible by the generosity of Paulene Popek, in memory of her husband, Professor Gerry Popek*.

Shivakumar Endowed Scholarship in Computer Science
(Up to $7,500)
Awarded to undergraduates majoring in computer science who are conducting faculty-advised research in the school.
Made possible by the generosity of Shiva Shivakumar ’94.

Ann Tsu-Ann Tai and Kam Sing Tso Centennial Scholars Endowment in Computer Science
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students majoring in computer science based on merit.
Made possible by the generosity of Ann Tsu-Ann Tai ’84, MS ’86, PhD ’91 and Kam Sing Tso
PhD ’87.

Jeffrey Su Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students in computer science.
Made possible by the generosity of Jeffrey L. Su ’10.

UCLA APLUS Scholarships
(Up to $3,000)
Awarded to students majoring in computer science with a minimum 3.5 GPA. Preference given to students who participate in research and/or education abroad programs. One of the two awards is reserved for a student involved in the Society of Women Engineers.
Made possible by the generosity of professor and APLUS founder Jason Cong and other donors.

Chand Viswanathan Endowed Scholarship in Electrical and Computer Engineering
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing within Electrical or Computer Engineering.
In memory of Chand Viswanathan. Made possible by his family, friends and former students.

Shirley and Walter Wang Scholarship in Computer Science
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in computer science.
Made possible by the generosity of Shirley Wang ’90 and Walter Wang.

Women in Computer Science Scholarship
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing; Computer Science major, Minimum 3.0 GPA; Extra-Curricular activities and Leadership considered; Financial Need Considered. Preference for students involved with SWE.
Made possible by the generosity of the alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of UCLA Engineering.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Award amounts and details are subject to change.

Mr. and Mrs. Benton Bejach Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $4,200)
Awarded to a sophomore or junior majoring in electrical engineering with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must be a California resident.
Made possible by the generosity of Benton ’45 and Wanlyn Bejach.

Berman Family Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to a junior majoring in electrical engineering with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Made possible by the generosity of Mark Berman MS ’92, PhD ’95 and Sharon Berman ’91.

Bob and Judy Green Scholarships in Electrical Engineering
(Up to $4,400)
Awarded to freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors with a demonstrated financial need. Preference is given to students from Arcadia High School. Extracurricular activities and leadership also considered.
Made possible by the generosity of Bob Green ’72, JD ’75 and Judy Green.

John DeGroff Haller Memorial Scholarship
(Up to $10,000)
Awarded to an electrical engineering graduate or undergraduate student who is admitted after turning 25 years of age, or who took time off due to financial hardship and then re-entered after turning 25 years of age. Award is dependent upon financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Marion S. Haller*.

Integrated Circuits and Systems Lab (ISCL) Alumni Scholarship
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students in Electrical Engineering with a preference to a student with a focus in integrated circuits.
Made possible by the generosity of Teresa Cheng MS ’84, ENG ’85, PhD ’91 and Tom Kwan MS ’86, PhD ’90, Sandra and Ramon Gomez ENG ’90, PhD ’93, Trang and John Leete MS ’99, Hui Pan PhD ’99, Yuko and Myles Wakayama ’84, MS ’87 Parents ’17.

Kalosworks.org Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $2,500)
Awarded to an electrical engineering student with at least a junior standing and a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Kevin Chan ’83, MS, ’84, PhD ’91, MBA ’08 and Susie Chan*.

Katehi-Tseregounis Endowed Scholarship in Electrical Engineering
(Up to $2,500)
Awarded to a junior or senior majoring in electrical engineering with a demonstrated financial need. Student must have a minimum 3.5 GPA in major courses and be enrolled full time.
Made possible by the generosity of Linda Katehi MS ’81, PhD ’84 and Spyros Tseregounis MS ’82, PhD ’84.

John Richard Leffler Scholarship
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to an electrical engineering student with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Extracurricular activities and leadership are also considered.
Made possible by the generosity of Carolyn E. Leffler* ’36, in memory of her son, John R. Leffler* ’68, MS ’71.

Asad, Gowhartaj and Jamal Madni Scholarship in Engineering
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to an electrical engineering student of any enrollment year. Student must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Asad M. Madni ’69, MS ’72, Gowhartaj A. Madni and Jamal A. Madni ’08, MS ’12.

Tom T. Tang Memorial Scholarship
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a junior or senior majoring in electrical engineering with a demonstrated financial need. Student must have a 3.5 GPA in required courses and be enrolled full time.
Made possible by the generosity of Margarite Tang, in memory of her husband, Tom T. Tang* ’57, MS ’61.

Chand Viswanathan Endowed Scholarship in Electrical and Computer Engineering
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing within Electrical or Computer Engineering.
In memory of Chand Viswanathan. Made possible by his family, friends and former students.

Women in Electrical Engineering Scholarship
(Up to $17,000)
Awarded to multiple Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior standing; Electrical Engineering major, Minimum 3.0 GPA; Extra-Curricular activities and Leadership considered; Financial Need Considered. Preference for students involved with SWE, WATT, HKN, and IEEE.
Made possible by the generosity of the alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of UCLA Engineering.

Materials Science and Engineering

Award amounts and details are subject to change.

The Eric Pascal Bescher Endowed Scholarship in Materials Science
(Up to $1,500)
Awarded to students majoring in materials science.
Made possible by the generosity of CTS Cement Mfg. Co. in honor of Professor Bescher.

Chin Family UCLA Centennial Endowed Engineering Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to juniors and seniors majoring in material science and engineering with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and preference for students conducting faculty-advised research at UCLA. Extra-curricular activities, leadership roles, and financial need considered.
Made possible by the generosity of the Chin Bruin Family: Barbara and Steven Chin MS ’80, Ryan Chin ’17, and Rebecca Chin ’16.

W. Brandt Goldsworthy Scholarships
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to undergraduate students studying composite materials in materials science and engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Lois Goldsworthy and Jill Golden, in memory of their husband and father, William Brandt Goldsworthy*.

Knapp Scholarships
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to materials science seniors in the field of ceramics.
Made possible by the generosity of Barbara Thorne.

Les Knesel Scholarships
(Up to $8,000)
Awarded to materials science majors active in the field of ceramics.
Made possible by the generosity of Betty Knesel*, in memory of her husband, Les Knesel*.

Lee Family Scholarships in Materials Science
(Up to $6,000)
Awarded to materials science majors of any enrollment year. Students must have a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Sandro H. Lee ’75 and Eleanor S. Lee, Parents ’08.

Professor John D. MacKenzie Scholarships in Materials Science
(Up to $4,000)
Awarded to students majoring in materials science who are working on applications of cementitious materials.
Made possible by the generosity of Linda L. and Edward K. Rice and various donors, in honor of Professor John D. MacKenzie.

Ching Chiao Tu Scholarship in Materials Science
(Up to $2,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in materials science with a demonstrated financial need.
Made possible by the generosity of Dr. King-Ning Tu, Yen-Ju Chen, and various donors, in memory of Dr. Tu’s wife, Ching Chiao Tu*.

Virginia Yong Memorial Scholarship
(Up to $1,500)
Awarded to undergraduate students majoring in Materials Science and Engineering, or a student who has an interest in solar energy research, or nanotechnology and its vast applications such as nanomedicine and defense application in the School of Engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Florence Yong MS ’93 and Victor Lo in honor of her sister Virginia H. Yong PhD ’05.

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Award amounts and details are subject to change.

Aerojet Rocketdyne Scholarship
(Up to $10,000)
Awarded to a student majoring in mechanical and aerospace engineering or involved with the UCLA Center for Excellence in Engineering and Diversity (CEED) program.
Made possible by the generosity of Aerojet Rocketdyne.

Joseph Beggs Foundation for Kinematics Scholarship
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to a student majoring in mechanical and aerospace engineering and minoring in vehicle dynamics with an interest in automotive engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of the Joseph Beggs Foundation for Kinematics.

Chevron Mechanical Engineering Scholarship
(Up to $3,000)
Awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Chevron Corporation.

Mal Family Endowed Scholarship
(Up to $3500)
Awarded to an undergraduate student in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, who is of junior standing or higher with a minimum GPA of 3.0. The UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science will determine the amount and term of each awarded scholarship.
Made possible by the generosity of Ajit Mal.

Vishal Parikh Memorial Scholarships
(Up to $5,000)
Awarded to juniors or seniors in mechanical and aerospace engineering.
Made possible by the generosity of Sanjay and Asha Parikh, in memory of their son, Vishal Parikh* ’09; Pratt & Whitney, the Air Force Research Laboratory, and other various donors.

Irwin and Joanne Schwartz Endowed Scholarship for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
(Up to $2,400)
Awarded to undergraduate students in any major in the school, with preference for a student who is a U.S. citizen, has demonstrated a financial need and has a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Made possible by the generosity of Scott W. Huseth DDS ’83 and Sandy Huseth.

Jonathan David Wolfe Memorial Endowed Undergraduate Scholarship
(Up to $1,000)
Awarded to a junior or senior majoring in aerospace engineering. Student must have a minimum 3.5 GPA and be a U.S. citizen.
Made possible by the generosity of Kenneth and Elaine Wolfe, in memory of their son, Jonathan D. Wolfe* ’94, MS ’94, PhD ’01.

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