Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE)
$2,000 to $11,000 annually, non-renewable. Past recipients may be eligible to reapply in multiple years if SPIE reporting requirements are met. Any new scholarship application must show new activities or research, beyond that upon which a previous award was based.
Approximately 30 to 85 awards offered annually.
Application forms must show demonstrated personal commitment to and involvement of the applicant in the fields of optics, optical science and engineering, and indicate how the granting of the award will contribute to these fields. Applications will be judged by the SPIE Scholarship Committee on the basis of the long range contribution which the granting of the award will make to these fields. Each recipient will be announced in August at the SPIE Annual Meeting in San Diego, California.
Applications are available from the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) website. In addition to the completed application, each applicant must submit two sealed letters of recom ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.