The IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship Plus Initiative (IEEE PES S+) recently announced scholarship distribution to 184 students at 95 universities across the United States for the 2014–15 academic year. The following students were selected from schools within the Columbus Section.
Jamison Arline, Ohio State University, 2015
Benjamin McCray, Ohio State University, 2015
David Scherer, Ohio State University, 2015
Mary Scherer, Ohio State University, 2017
Matthew Wolfe, Ohio State University, 2016
The IEEE PES Scholarship Plus Initiative provides multi-year scholarships to qualifying US & Canadian electrical engineering undergraduate students. Scholars receive up to three years of funding—US$2,000 the first year, US$2,000 the second year, and US$3,000 the third year—interspersed with up to two years of valuable, hands-on career experience.
The program, made possible by donations to the IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship Fund of the IEEE Foundation and the IEEE Canadian Foundation, is in its fourth year. Since 2011, 733 scholarships have been distributed to 466 individuals from universities across the US & Canada. Find out how this program is helping address the problem of the shortage of engineers in the Power & Energy Industry by viewing our promotional video/ or visit the IEEE PES Scholarship Plus website.