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The Inaugural CEE STEM scholarship program has been delayed
due to disruptions from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The first cohort of CEE STEM Scholars will be selected for entry in Fall 2021.
Please check back later for application process and new application deadline dates.
Join the Select Group of Cohorts
The National Science Foundation funded S-STEM project aims to contribute to the national need for well-trained civil engineers by supporting the recruitment, retention, and graduation of high achieving, students with demonstrated financial need. Over its five-year duration, the project will provide prestigious two-year scholarships to 24 undergraduate and 8 graduate (Masters) students at the University of Missouri. Scholars will pursue Bachelor or Master of Science degrees in Civil Engineering.
During their first and second years, Undergraduate CEE STEM Scholars will receive comprehensive support in a set of eight required foundational courses, including calculus, basic sciences, and engineering analysis. The Missouri Department of Transportation, HDR Engineering, Inc., and Kiewit Construction will consider Scholars for possible internship, co-op, and job-shadowing opportunities to expand undergraduate students’ workforce training and experience. Scholars will receive additional institutional support during their junior and senior years. Optional research with faculty mentors will create opportunities for scholars to transition to University of Missouri graduate programs in civil engineering.
Master’s CEE STEM Scholars will work with internationally-renowned faculty on research projects that study smart, sustainable and resilient infrastructure systems. They will participate in customized academic and workforce development support, cohort activities, and mentoring of Undergraduate CEE STEM Scholars. They will be eligible for additional research assistantships and graduate tuition fee waivers.