The University of Iowa has teamed up with the Iowa State University College of Computing to award $2,500 each to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing computer science as a major.
The scholarships were established through the College of Technology Excellence, a partnership between the two schools.
The program was created to support undergraduate and postgraduate students in the Computer Science major. “
This is a great way for students to participate in the technology development pipeline at Iowa and is a perfect match for the diverse community we have here at the University of South Dakota.”
The program was created to support undergraduate and postgraduate students in the Computer Science major.
This is the first time the University has been able to offer such a generous award to students in a single major.
The scholarship is administered by the University College Computing scholarship fund, which is administered independently of the Iowa College of Community and Technical Education.
The program was developed through a partnership with the Computer Society, an independent, nonprofit organization that helps provide scholarships for computer technology students.
The scholarships will be awarded to students who complete the requirements of the Computer Engineering Minor (CEM) and/or the Computer Architecture Minor (CAM).
The scholarship program is open to any student pursuing a degree in computer science and is designed to provide opportunities for students who are motivated by the potential of computer science to gain an advanced education in computer technology, according to the university.
The scholarship will be available through the fall of 2019.