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Hardisty Undergraduate Scholarship   APL-UW/Boeing Undergraduate Scholarship  

Research opportunities are essential for undergraduate engineering and science students. To confirm and support these students, the Laboratory provides funds for undergraduates to participate in a Laboratory research project under the supervision of an APL-UW staff member. The Laboratory provides salary support during the year of study and a one-time book allowance of $500.

Applications for the Hardisty Undergraduate Scholarship are accepted during fall quarter.

For more information, contact:

A generous gift from The Boeing Company provides funds to support the APL-UW/Boeing Scholarship for Women, Under-represented Minorities, and Economically Disadvantaged Students each year.

The scholarship selection process and award is equivalent to the Hardisty Scholar Program.

For more information, contact:

Hardisty Scholars   APL-UW/Boeing Scholars  

2014

Brian auf der Springe, Electrical Engineering

2013

Robert Wicks, Computer Science

2012

Ameen Tabatabai, Bioengineering

2011

Ben Brand, Electrical Engineering

2010

Ben Brand, Electrical Engineering; Robert Burns, Aeronautics & Astronautics; Brian Henderson, Pre-major

2009

Robert Burns, Aeronautics & Astronautics; Karsten James, Physics, Aerospace Engineering (Cal Poly)

2008

Robert Burns, Aeronautics & Astronautics; Karsten James, Physics, Aerospace Engineering (Cal Poly); Kang Yu, Electrical Engineering

2007

Evan Gander, Electrical Engineering; Shan Lu, Industrial Engineering

2004, 2005, and 2006

Evan Gander, Electrical Engineering

2003

Nathan Kohagen, Electrical Engineering

2002

Sanjeevani King, Electrical Engineering

2001

Ryan Ollos, Physics

2000

Adam Oliver, Bioengineering

1999

Paige Randall, Physics

1998

Dorothy Caplow, Physics

1997

Valerie Peyton, Physics and Russian

2014

Annie Zwaschka, Neuroscience

2014

Anna Joy McClenny, Microbiology

2013

Jessica Hale

2013

Stephanie Chu, Bioengineering

2012

Stephanie Chu, Bioengineering

2011

Abbi McClintic, Environmental Health

2010

Trevor Martin, Electrical Engineering; Elizabeth Wicks, Mathematics and Physics

2009

Lily Blair, Applied Physics (Yale University); Tamisha Downing, Pre-major; Charles Harris-White, Technical Communications; Vi Nguyen, Physics

2008

Tamisha Downing, Pre-major; Charles Harris-White, Technical Communications; Ella Willard-Schmoe, Physics (Haverford College)

2007

Ngocman Nguyen, Electrical Engineering; Tiffany Stephens, Biology

2006

Jodi Shi, Electrical Engineering

2005

Julia Schwarz, Physics and Computer Science

2004

Rachel Sparks, Bioengineering

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