Available Scholarships for Graduate Students

These are the SME-EF Scholarships for graduate students.

    2013-2014 Chapter 1 Detroit Graduate Scholarship

    The Society of Manufacturing Engineers and SME-Detroit Chapter One - The Founding Chapter, through the SME Education Foundation, supports scholarships to members of the SME student chapters sponsored by SME-Detroit Chapter One, The Founding Chapter.  

    2013-2014 Chapter 198 - Downriver Detroit Scholarship

    The Society of Manufacturing Engineers Downriver Detroit Chapter 198 Scholarship Fund, through the SME Education Foundation, will support one scholarship. Applicants must be seeking an associate's degree, bachelor's degree or graduate degree in manufacturing, mechanical, or industrial engineering, engineering technology, or industrial technology.

    2013-2014 Chapter 52 - Wichita Scholarship

    The Society of Manufacturing Engineers Wichita Chapter 52 Endowment Fund, through the SME Education Foundation, will support one scholarship. Applicants must be seeking an associate’s degree, bachelor’s degree or graduate degree in manufacturing, mechanical, or industrial engineering, engineering technology, or industrial technology.

    2013-2014 Chapter 56 - Ft. Wayne Scholarship

    The Society of Manufacturing Engineers Fort Wayne Chapter 56 Scholarship Fund, through the SME Education Foundation, will support four scholarships. Applicants must be seeking an associate's degree, bachelor's degree or graduate degree in manufacturing, mechanical, or industrial engineering, engineering technology, or industrial technology.

    2013-2014 Clarence & Josephine Myers Graduate Scholarship

    Clarence J. Myers, a member of SME Chapter 37 - Indianapolis, believed so much in the success of the manufacturing engineering world that he knew he wanted to do something to benefit the next generation of engineers. After Clarence passed away in 1977, his wife Josephine  wanted to honor her late husband's wishes by establishing a memorial fund in his name in order to give back to the manufacturing community so beloved by her late husband Josephine established a fund in Clarence's name.

    Josephine passed away last August and with her passing she  left the Education Foundation with a gift of $25,000 to be placed into the memorial fund. The money in the fund will provide financial support to students specifically studying manufacturing at Indiana colleges and universities. 

    "I believe my uncle and aunt really thought positively of growth in the manufacturing field," stated Jeff Hughes, a nephew of The Myers.  "They wanted their legacy to be passed on to others by helping to further the education of those students in Indiana who need help in pursuing their individual future careers." 

    2013-2014 E. Wayne Kay Graduate Scholarship

    The E. Wayne Kay Scholarship Fund, through the SME Education Foundation will support graduate scholarships awarded annually to full-time students enrolled in a graduate program for manufacturing engineering or industrial engineering in the United States or Canada.

    2013-2014 Edward S. Roth Scholarship

    Edward S. Roth, through the SME Education Foundation, will support one annual scholarship. This scholarship will be granted to a graduating high school senior, a current full time undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in an accredited four-year degree program in Manufacturing Engineering in the United States. All applicants must have and maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale and be a United States citizen. Preferences will be given to students demonstrating financial need, minority students and students participating in a Co-Op program.

    2013-2014 SME-EF Future Leaders of Manufacturing Scholarship

    The SME Education Foundation Future Leaders of Manufacturing Scholarship is available to promising SME student members. Applicants who qualify for this Scholarships must provide a letter of recommendation from their faculty advisors.