Structural Design Scholarship & Competition in Structural Engineering
This was established in partnership with the University of Calgary in 1984. It is awarded every fall to a third or fourth year student of the University of Calgary’s Civil Engineering Program who participates in the University of Calgary Structural Design Competition. The award is based on merit and encourages study in structural engineering at the University of Calgary.
Each year an engineering design problem is identified, and individuals or teams compete to design the best solution. This typically requires the design and construction of a model, accompanied by a brief written report and an oral presentation.
The total value of the award is $7,500. This will be distributed as determined by the judging committee and may be divided among contestants.
This scholarship opens in November of each year. DIALOG Structural Design Scholarship & Competition in Structural Engineering 2016 to be announced.
Canadian citizens or permanent residents enrolled in the third or fourth year of the Civil Engineering Program at the University of Calgary, who:
- achieved a minimum 2.80 grade point average for the fall/winter session before applying for the award
- participated in the annual University of Calgary Structural Design Competition.
Note that team participation is permitted.
How to apply
Apply within the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Calgary to:
Neil Duncan, Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary
Competition packages are available now.
For more information visit the Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary: eng.ucalgary.ca/Civil/
How the winner is selected
This is decided by the University of Calgary’s judging committee.