Scholarship Program

2021 – SENEDIA Scholarship Application – Due 30 April 2021 – 2021 SENEDIA Scholarship Application

2020 SENEDIA Scholarships

Congratulations to the following students, each of whom were awarded scholarships to pursue their studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) career paths:

Sam Hunt, University of Rhode Island, who is majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in mathematics

Charles Markert, Yale University, double majoring in mechanical engineering and history

Daniel McDonald, University of Michigan, pursuing a master’s degree in engineering systems and engineering design

2019 SENEDIA Scholarships

Congratulations to the following students, each of whom were awarded scholarships to pursue their studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) career paths:

Joshua Dupont – University of Connecticut -Double Major, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

Charles Markert – Yale University – Double Major, Mechanical Engineering and History

Matthew Slivinski – Brown University – Master of Science, Computer Science; focusing in artificial Intelligence (AI)

Emma Sudduth – University of Rhode Island – Double Major – Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering and Spanish

2018 SENEDIA Scholarships

Congratulations to the following students, each of whom were awarded $1500 scholarships to pursue their studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) career paths:

Heather Bruno – University of Rhode Island – Computer Science / Cybersecurity

Brendan Watson – Norwich University – Mechanical Engineering

2017 SENEDIA Scholarships

Congratulations to the following students, each of whom were awarded $1500 scholarships to pursue their studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) career paths:

Asha Chen-Phang – Northeastern University

Michael Galuska – University of Rhode Island

2016 SENEDIA Scholarships

Congratulations to the following students, each of whom were awarded $750 scholarships to pursue their studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) career paths:

Nathan Lambert – Cornell University

Marissa Pelkey – Whittier – Community College of Rhode Island