IIE John L. Imhoff Scholarship

Students who are nominated for an IIE Scholarship are eligible for the John L. Imhoff Scholarship provided they meet the emphasis on the international component and submit a complete application package. The John L Imhoff Scholarship is available to a student pursuing an industrial engineering degree who, by academic, employment and/or professional achievements, and has made noteworthy contributions to the development of the industrial engineering profession through international understanding. IIE membership is not required for this award. Candidates must be pursuing a B.S. in an accredited IE Program or have a B.S. in IE and be pursuing a master's or doctorate degree in an accredited IE program. Application packets must include:-A written essay describing candidate's international contributions to, or experience in, industrial engineering-An original transcript showing at least a 3.40 on a 4.0 scale and full-time status-Three references reinforcing applicant's contributions to the industrial engineering profession through international understandingFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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