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We believe that partnership, invested personal interest and in general looking out for your neighbors and colleagues is the best way to ensure your own success and that of your industry. We challenge you to get involved – to help shape and support tomorrow’s leaders, tomorrow’s visionaries, and tomorrow’s technology creators.

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ATMAE Foundation Funds Support:

  • Two Existing Scholarships*
  • Additional Scholarships
  • Education
  • Training

-F   Furthering ATMAE’s growth and building a strong financial base.

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2015 Scholarships are available!  Applications will be accepted until August 31, 2015.


 

Dr. Clois E. Kicklighter Doctoral Student Scholarship Award Program

In memorial of Dr. Clois Kicklighter
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The ATMAE Foundation established the "Dr. Clois E. Kicklighter Doctoral Student Scholarship Award Program" in 2003. The program was named after Dr. Clois E. Kicklighter in recognition of his significant contributions to ATMAE and to the discipline of Industrial Technology. The program was endowed by a generous gift from Dr. Kicklighter and provides $2,500 scholarship awards for applicants planning for a career in Technology, Applied Technology, Engineering Technology, or a Technology Related Discipline and have been accepted in a doctoral level program designed to prepare for that career. Scholarships are awarded when interest on the endowment reaches $2500. Scholarships are awarded at the annual conference of the Association.

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Kate & Cliff Strandberg Masters Student Scholarship Award Program

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The ATMAE Foundation Board established the "Kate and Cliff Strandberg Masters Student Scholarship Award Program" in 2006. The program was established and named by Dr. Eugene Strandberg in memory of his parents Kate and Cliff. The program was endowed by a generous gift from Dr. Strandberg and provides $1,000 scholarship awards for applicants planning for a career in Technology and been accepted or currently enrolled and attending a masters level program designed to prepare for that career. Scholarships are awarded when the endowment exceeds $20,000. Scholarships are awarded at the annual convention of the Association.

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