Scholarship & Award Opportunities
Sharak Mathematics & Computer Science Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2020 through a generous gift from Ronald Sharak, this scholarship supports Duquesne University students enrolled in the McAnulty College of Liberal Arts and majoring in either Mathematics or Computer Science. The scholarship is based on academic and extracurricular achievement. Recipients of this award must be on track to completing 60 credits at Duquesne by the completion of the fall 2020 semester. Awardees will be selected by the Mathematics and Computer Science Scholarship and Awards Committee, pending financial award eligibility. The scholarships will be awarded for the Spring 2021 semester, ranging from $500-$1000 each. The scholarships are non-renewable. Applications for the Sharak Scholarship must be submitted by Thursday, October 15, 2020.
Before you begin the application process be prepared to provide the following information:
- Student information
- Major(s) and Minor(s)
- pdf version of transcripts (official or unofficial)
- Awards and/or honors
- Personal statement that concisely states how your major, course work and activities relate to your future goals and how you would benefit from this scholarship
Spring 2021 Recipients:
Lindsay Moskal and Alejandro Napolitano Jawerbaum
Charles A. Lock Memorial Fund
Established in 2014 through a generous gift from the Loch family, the Charles A. Loch memorial fund recognizes the top mathematics and computer science graduates with a monetary award in honor of the late Chuck Loch, who was a tenured Duquesne University mathematics professor of 42 years and former departmental chairman of the mathematics and computer science department.
Women in STEM Committee at Duquesne University (WIS@DU)
Travel (Or Virtual Travel) Award Program for Student, Postdoctoral Fellow and Early-Career Faculty
Women in STEM at Duquesne University (WIS@DU) promotes and supports women in basic and applied sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics career paths at Duquesne University. The goals of WIS@DU are as follows:
- Recognize Duquesne women in science for their scientific, teaching and community achievements.
- Advocate for women's issues in STEM fields at Duquesne and in the broader community.
- Identify positive strategies for women at all professional stages to navigate successful STEM and health sciences careers.
- Provide a strong network of women in science who are willing to support and serve as role models for both graduate students and their peers.
For more information and to apply click here.