This fall, the Society of Women Engineers awarded 289 scholarships totaling more than $1.2 million to undergraduate and graduate students across the country, including seven Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering students. Earning SWE scholarships marks these students as highly accomplished and motivated students inside and outside of the classroom who will make great contributions to society through engineering. Congratulations to our scholarship recipients!
Tracy Gonce, electrical engineering junior — Chevron/SWE Scholarship
Elizabeth Jones, electrical engineering graduate student — Intel SWE Scholarship
Diana Leon, electrical engineering junior — Chevron/SWE Scholarship
Niveditha Muthukrishnan, biomedical engineering doctoral student — Virginia Counts/Betty Irish SWE for Life Scholarship
Tara Phelps, computer systems engineering sophomore — Chevron/SWE Scholarship
Kellie Phong, electrical engineering junior — Chevron/SWE Scholarship
Tina Sindwani, computer systems engineering sophomore — Chevron/SWE Scholarship
The Society of Women Engineers supports women to achieve and be a positive force in engineering and technology careers. The international organization is the world’s largest advocate and catalyst for change in these fields.