Linda Su-Nan Chang Sah Doctoral Fellowship
The fellowship was established in honor of Linda Su-Nan Chang Sah and in memory of Dorothy Wallace Everitt and William Littell Everitt, and will provide a graduate fellowship to an outstanding female PhD candidate in electrical and computer engineering, or a related field, who is specializing in microtechnology or nanotechnology related to bioengineering, biophysics, or medical electronics. The fellowship may be renewed for two additional academic years if the recipient remains in good academic standing and is making adequate progress toward degree completion.
- Applicants must not be graduating before May of the next calendar year.
- Academic performance as demonstrated by (but not restricted to) coursework and grades, recommendations, and previous recognition (awards).
- Demonstrated research interest in specializing in microtechnology or nanotechnology related to bioengineering, biophysics, bioelectronics, medical engineering, medical physics, and medical electronics.
- Applicant must be willing to accept an appointment to teach during the tenure of the fellowship, dependent on the needs of the Department.
- Research accomplishments, ability or potential as evidenced by publications, presentations, and letter(s) of recommendation.
- Application cover sheet.
- Student vita or dossier specifying previous education, work experience, research experience, publications, presentations and relevant service.
- Transcripts or equivalent listings of undergraduate and graduate courses and grades.
- A one page essay relating to the career goals of the applicant.
- A letter of recommendation from faculty research adviser.
A call for applications is extended to faculty beginning in February each year.
Past Recipients of the Award
|2012-2013||Hannah DeBerg, Helen Hwang|
|2011-2012||Hannah DeBerg, Sherine George, Helen Hwang|
|2009-2010||Vasilica Crecea, Sherine George|
|2008-2009||Felice Cheng, Vasilica Crecea|
|2007-2008||Felice Cheng, Vasilica Crecea|
|2006-2007||Felice Cheng, Chiun-Lung Tsai|