Clare Boothe Luce Scholarship Program for Computer Science Majors
Bryn Mawr College has received funding through the Clare Boothe Luce Program of the Henry Luce Foundation to cover tuition and fees for the junior and senior years for one or two current sophomore Computer Science major(s) (Class of ’16). We are seeking students who have distinguished themselves in their first two years at the College through excellence in coursework and a commitment to Computer Science outside the classroom. Preference will be given to candidates who display an interest in conducting undergraduate research and pursuing graduate study and careers in Computer Science or a related field.
Selected scholars will participate in a program of mentoring, leadership and outreach opportunities, and professional development activities. The scholars will regularly meet with faculty to discuss numerous topics related to research and career options with advanced degrees. The CBL scholars will participate in activities such as developing a series of talks targeted to undergraduate CS majors and mentoring underclassmen.
- Applicants must be declared CS majors in their second-semester sophomore year at the time of application (Spring 2014). Recipients will hold the scholarship for 2 years as long as they remain in good standing.
- Scholarships are merit based; eligibility for financial aid is not a requirement.
- Recipients must be US citizens.
- Premedical science majors are not eligible.
- Scholarship funds may not be used for travel or study abroad.
To apply, you must
- complete the Application Form
- supply the requested information on the College-Level Computer Science Courses Form
- submit a statement expressing your interest in Computer Science and your potential academic or career plans
- have your academic dean and two professors submit a reference on your behalf, and
- submit proof of US citizenship
All forms are available in Park 348. Submit all materials to CS Secretary, Ann Klingensmith, in Park 348 as well.
If you have any questions, please contact Professor Dianna Xu.
Application Deadline: Wednesday March 26, 2014, 2pm