TEF Scholarships Freshman
TEF Scholarships Three Freshman Scholarships
Three Freshman Engineering Scholarships have been established in the names of Karol L. & Dorothy D. Hujsak and James W. & Glenda C. Kilmer. The freshman scholarships are for $2,000 each for one academic year ($1,000 per semester) and are awarded to students entering their first year of college. The scholarships are administered by the Tulsa Engineering Foundation. Application Form
Applications for the 2015-2016 academic year are due February 1, 2015. The awards were announced at the Engineers Week Student Breakfast on Friday, February 27, 2015. The selection of the recipient of the scholarships are based not only on academic achievement and financial need but also on outside activities and community service.
The application is also available at Tulsa area high school career guidance offices Fall of 2014 as well as on our web site. A word document version is available by calling (918) 906-7929 or email email@example.com.
The Hujsak Scholarship was established by Mary and Ann, daughters of Dorothy and Karol Hujsak, as a memorial to their parents and their late father’s dedication and enthusiasm for the engineering profession. Karol, a chemical engineer, was a long-time member of the Engineers’ Society of Tulsa. He began his career in Tulsa with Stanolind and retired from Amoco, then founded his own company, HYCO. He retired a second time at the age of 89 prior to his death in 2005.
The two Kilmer Scholarships were established by Jim Kilmer and his wife Glenda, in appreciation for the excellent engineering education he received with the aid of others. Jim, a chemical engineer, was a long-time member of the Engineers’ Society of Tulsa and a past President. He was a founding member of the Tulsa Engineering Foundation. His career has included working for Stanolind, Amoco and Williams Natural Gas. He passed away in 2010. Glenda has served in leadership roles in Tulsa City-County Libraries as well as Friends of Libraries in Oklahoma.
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A new Bridge Builder Scholarship has been established for sophomore, junior and seniors in college who are enrolled as an undergraduate student in an ABET accredited engineering or engineering technology program. Applications for the 2015-2016 academic year are due June 1, 2015. Application Form