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Scholarships Will Re-Launch In Fall 2022! Stay Tuned!

We are working on establishing scholarships and other funding resources for students and early career professionals in engineering and adjacent fields. If you would like to help fund our work, consider making a donation.

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For Trans+ Students in Engineering, Technology & Applied Science.

Application Re-Opens November 2022!

2022 Scholarship Recipients

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Anonymous Recipient

Studying: Biomedical Engineering Master's

Interests: Biomechanics.

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Sean Brown

(she/her)

Studying: Catalysis & Reaction Engineering Ph.D.

@ West Virginia University

Interests: Chemical Engineering.

"I am honored to receive this scholarship award from Queer Engineer. It is validating to know that my work as a visible trans woman in chemical engineering is recognized and valued. I am an experimental catalysis and reaction engineer with the goal of continuing in academia to enhance the diversity in the field, advocate for others, and to continue working on cutting edge science. I plan to use these funds to develop my professional connections and to help me finish my PhD as a step along the path towards these goals."

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Anonymous Recipient

Studying: Electrical Engineering Bachelor's

Interests: Micro-electronics.

"In my country and field of study, it can be difficult and isolating being out as LGBT. I am grateful to Queer Engineer for being internationally focused, and for recognizing the different needs of LGBT people in engineering."

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Savvy Halow

(they/them)

Studying: Neuroscience Ph.D. & Computer Science / Engineering Master's

@ University of Nevada, Reno

Interests: VE, Head & Eye Tracking.

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Savvy Halow

(they/them)

Studying: Neuroscience Ph.D. & Computer Science / Engineering Master's

@ University of Nevada, Reno

Interests: VR, Head & Eye Tracking.

"I cannot thank this organization enough for awarding me this scholarship. Organizations like yours are what allows individuals like myself to pursue higher education and our later career goals. Without your help, it simply wouldn't be possible. Thank you for everything that you do."