EPIC is pleased to share a multitude of scholarships for students who are pursuing an engineering degree with a focus on energy. Please click the links below to learn more.
This scholarship was established in 2010 by Dhiaa N. Jamil, B.S.E.E. ’78, in honor of Hope E. Jamil on the occasion of their twenty-sixth wedding anniversary. Hope’s consummate support and encouragement to her family, her compassionate character and her selfless and philanthropic heart continue to inspire those in need. This scholarship will recognize and support students pursuing study within the energy production and infrastructure curriculum in the William States Lee College of Engineering.
Power and energy engineers work with some of today’s most exciting technologies, developing solutions to problems that affect our lives and lifestyles. The PES Scholarship Plus Initiative provides scholarships and real-world experience to undergraduates who are interested in power and energy engineering careers. Our undergraduate engineering scholarships aim to accomplish this goal by attracting highly qualified engineering students to the field. These students are the very individuals who will one day develop new green technologies, build the smart grid and change the way we generate and utilize power.
This fund was established to award scholarships to UNC Charlotte students pursuing a degree in the College of Engineering with a concentration in Energy. Preference will be given to applicants who have participated in undergraduate research, community service, or leadership activities, or students who have shown an interest in nuclear technology.
SOS has partnered with EPIC to offer NERC Certification Training scholarships to UNC Charlotte College of Engineering students. NERC-certified system operators are in high demand with electric utilities. These system operators manage the flow of energy across the transmission system and ensure reliability – helping to keep the lights on. In support of NERC’s mission, the System Operator Certification Program promotes reliability of the North American bulk power system by ensuring that employers have a workforce of system operators that meet minimum qualifications.
This scholarship was established in honor of William H. Grigg to provide financial support while attracting and retaining top undergraduate students with an end-goal of increasing the pipeline of top engineering talent for employment in the energy sector.