Robert Rivello Endowed Scholarship

The Department of Aerospace Engineering in the A. James Clark School of Engineering established the Robert Rivello Endowed Scholarship in October 1995 to award a scholarship to the undergraduate in aerospace engineering with the highest overall academic average through junior year. This fund was established to honor the memory of Robert Rivello.

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Aerospace Board of Visitors Scholarship

Members of the Aerospace Board of Visitors (ABOV) established the Aerospace Board of Visitors Endowed Scholarship in January 2019 to provide merit-based scholarships for outstanding undergraduate students in the Department of Aerospace Engineering in the A. James Clark School of Engineering.

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Academy of Distinguished Alumni Scholarship

Christopher T. Jones (Ph.D. '97) established the Academy of Distinguished Alumni (ADA) Endowed Scholarship in Aerospace Engineering in December 2018 to provide merit-based scholarships for students in the Department of Aerospace Engineering in the A. James Clark School of Engineering.

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Bell Helicopter Engineers on a Mission Scholarship Fund

Charles J. ’85 and Catherine H. Kilmain established an annual scholarship to support engineering students at the University of Maryland College Park. The purpose of the scholarship is to provide annual support for a merit scholarship award for one undergraduate student enrolled in the A. James Clark School of Engineering and majoring in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering.

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Sikorsky AEROS Fund

The Aerospace Engineering Research Opportunity Scholars (AEROS) Program provides funding support for rising juniors and seniors (current sophomores and juniors) interested in spending the summer working closely with faculty on scholarly research projects.

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Gustave J. Hokenson Fellowship

Dr. Edna Hokenson created the Gustave J. Hokenson Fellowship in 1995 for graduate students within the Aerospace Department in honor of her son, “Gus,” who was a 1970 Ph.D. aerospace graduate.

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