National Student Design Competition
Sponsored by: American Institute of Chemical Engineers
|Award Amount||$ 100||-||$ 600|
Application Deadline June 4
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The National Student Design Competition is extremely competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicants (individuals or teams) must solve a designated chemical engineering design problem involving skills in calculation and evaluation of both technical data and economic factors.
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What amount can I get from this award?
You can get at least $100 from the National Student Design Competition. Visit our Scholarship Search to find more awards of at least $100.
How many awards are available?
On average, 4 people receive the National Student Design Competition.
Who sponsors this award?
Support for the National Student Design Competition comes from: American Institute of Chemical Engineers 3 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016 United States (P) (212) 591-7478 (F) (212) 591-8882 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.aiche.org/awards
Are there similar awards I can apply to?
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