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Scholarships, Awards & Prizes:

College of Engineering & Applied Sciences

(former College of Computing and Information)

Managed by Financial Aid
Managed by College of Engineering & Applied Sciences

William A. Bloom ’85, Women in Technology Scholarship
Established by William A. Bloom ’85, this scholarship provides support for an undergraduate student(s) at the University at Albany who intends on pursuing a degree in The College of Computing and Information, with demonstrated financial need. Preference for this scholarship is for a female student, preferably from Queens or one of the five boroughs.

Shirley Edsall Library Scholarship
Established by Shirley Edsall AB ’54, MSLS ’55, this scholarship will support students in Information Studies whose goals are to work directly with library users.

Charles W. Lickel ’77 and Ray Lickel Diversity Endowment in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
The Charles W. Lickel ’77 and Ray Lickel Diversity Endowment in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences provides financial support for a UAlbany student(s) enrolled in the College of Computing and Information to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Annual Conference. The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is a conference series that brings the research and career interests of women in computing to the forefront.

Charles S. Ochab Information Studies Scholarship
Established through the Estate of Charles S. Ochab, this fund provides support for graduate students pursing degrees within the College of Computing and Information’s Department of Information studies.

The Barbara Schaefer ’57 CEAS Endowment
Generously established through the estate of Barbara Schaefer ’57, this endowment will provide support for the initiatives and programs occurring in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (previously the College of Computing and Information.)

Edna Wright Smith & Elbridge M. Smith Library Science Scholarship
Established by Mrs. Edna Wright Smith, ’35, MA, ’36, MSLS, ’76, the Smith Scholarship provides awards for students pursuing a Master’s Degree in Information Science in the Department of Information Studies on a full-time basis, studying to become school or public librarians, with demonstrated financial need and a minimum cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0. Preference for this scholarship will be given to students at the University at Albany who intend on becoming a school librarian.