NSF S-STEM Green Building Scholars Program - 2019-20 Masters & PhD
This one-year, $10,000 scholarship is for graduate students pursuing M.S. in Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering at Portland State University who are interested in taking coursework and exploring careers related to green buildings. As buildings consume 41 percent of the energy and are responsible for 40 percent of all carbon dioxide emissions in the USA, it is important to understand how buildings use resources and how people - architects, engineers, contractors, owners and users - must work together to reduce this environmental impact. As a Green Building Scholar, you will take coursework in building science, have access to tours of local architecture and engineering firms, and a faculty mentor to help you make decisions about potential courses and careers. These scholarships are a part of a larger program, and students who receive one of these scholarships will act as mentors for undergraduate students in the program.

To receive this scholarship students must (1) be a US citizen, permanent resident, national or refugee, (2) be a full-time student (3) have a 3.0 GPA or higher, (4) complete the FAFSA and demonstrate financial need, (5) must be pursuing a graduate degree in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Computer Science (6) take approved green building courses(or research credit) as electives during the 2019-20 academic year that will count toward your graduate degree.

Please contact Program Director Matt Survilo , msurvilo@pdx.edu if you have any questions.
Application Information
PSU ID Number (if you have one)
Nine digit number starting with 9. This is required to confirm your eligibility for the scholarship.
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Degree program *
Have you completed the FAFSA for the upcoming academic year (2019-20)? *
You must fill out the FAFSA to be eligible for this scholarship - https://fafsa.ed.gov/
Will you be a full-time student during the 2019-20 academic year? *
A full-time graduate student must take a minimum 9-units per term to receive the scholarship.
Are you a US citizen, permanent resident, national or refugee? *
Why are you interested in studying green buildings? What are your current career goals? *
Please keep your answer to one or two paragraphs.
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Please list the name and e-mail address of one current professor in your department that we can contact as a reference. *
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NSF Required Information
First Name *
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Year you will start the S-STEM program *
Quarter you will start the S-STEM program and be a full time student (9 credits) *
E-mail Address *
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Career Goal *
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Address - Student's Permanent Residence
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Student Status
Undergraduate GPA
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Class (how will you identify yourself in relationship to the classes you are taking in your program of study)
Employment
Do you currently have a STEM-Related Internship?
In our case, an internship in engineering or computer science?
How many hours per week are you currently employed in any job?
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