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Biological Engineering

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to full-time undergraduate students who have declared Biological Engineering or Agricultural Systems Management as their majors with at least fifth-semester standing and who have demonstrated academic achievement. University Scholars who are majors in Biological Engineering or Agricultural Systems Management with at least third semester standing are also eligible. Endowed by faculty, alumni and friends of the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students majoring in Biological Engineering at Penn State University Park who have achieved superior academic records. First preference shall be given to students enrolled in the Natural Resources Option. If no students meet the first preference in a given year, funds will be awarded to any student in the general eligibilty pool, regardless of preference.

Consideration shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students enrolled in Biological Engineering who are juniors or seniors and have achieved superior academic records or manifest promise of academic success. Must have record of participation in extracurricular activities. Supported annually by Specialty Tires of America, Inc.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate students who have achieved academic success or who manifest promise of professional success in their chosen fields of endeavor; who have a demonstrated financial need; and who are majoring in or planning to major in Biological Engineering, or successor degree program; BioRenewable Systems with the Agricultural systems Management option, or successor degree program; or any major offered by the Department of Plant Science, or successor department, at The Pennsylvania State University. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students enrolled in Biological Engineering or Agricultural Systems Management who have at least fifth-semester standing. They must have demonstrated academic achievement and documented financial need. Endowed by family and friends of Burton S. Horne. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all fifth, sixth, seventh, or eighth semester undergraduate students majoring in BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING at The Pennsylvania State University who have achieved outstanding academic success. Financial need may be a consideration, but not a requirement, for eligibility of this scholarship. First preference shall be given to students who are pursing the OFF-ROAD Equipment minor and who have a leadership role in a campus club or organization. If no student(s) meets the first preference in a given year, second preference shall be given to students who are pursuing the OFF-ROAD Equipment minor.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Agricultural sciences, or successor academic unit, who are majoring or planning to major in Biological Engineering or majoring in or planning to major in BioRenewable Systems, or successor degree programs, who have achieved superior academic records or who manifest promise of outstanding academic success, who demonstrate leadership qualities through active participation in the Penn State branch of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers or the Penn State Agricultural Systems Management Club, or successor organizations, and, to the extent permitted by law, are citizens of the United States. First preference shall be given to students who express an interest in teaching or research. If no students meet the first preference in a given year or if there are sufficient funds to award additional scholarships beyond the eligible recipients who meet the first preference, available funds will be awarded to any student based on the general eligibility criteria, regardless of preference.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to full-time undergraduate students, in their junior and/or senior year, enrolled in a major offered in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering in the College of Agricultural Sciences, or successor academic units, at Penn State University Park who have achieved superior academic records or who manifest promise of outstanding academic success (the "General Eligibility Criteria"). If no students meet the General Eligibility Criteria in a given year or if there are sufficient funds to award additional scholarships beyond the eligible recipients, then the scholarship monies can be awarded to students, regardless of the General Eligibility Criteria, in the following order: 1. To students who are minoring or planning to minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, or successor degree program. 2. To students who are, or who have, participated in the College of Agricultural Science's Springboard Competition, or successor program.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, College of Agricultural Sciences, who have achieved superior academic records or who manifest promise of outstanding academic success.

Consideration for this award shall be given to all full-time graduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in an approved doctoral program within the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering who have demonstrated exemplary academic achievement or show promise of outstanding academic success.

Consideration shall be given to all full-time juniors and seniors who are Pennsylvania residents and who are currently enrolled in the Biological Engineering major or successor academic major. Students must have documented financial need, have achieved academic records that show promise of academic success, and have a record of activity in student organizations in the profession. A priority for student selection shall be a demonstrated or professed interest in working in the area of natural resources conservation. Endowed by Howard D. Bartlett and his family and friends. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to full time undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll at the University who have achieved a minimum 2.3 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) and who are majoring or planning to major in Biological Engineering or who are minoring in Biological Engineering, Agricultural Systems Management, and/or Off-Road Equipment, or successor degree programs (the "General Eligibility Criteria"). To the extent permitted by law, eligible recipients shall be United States citizens. From the identified pool of eligible recipients, and to the extent possible, first preference shall be given to students who graduated from the Tri-Valley Area High School in Schuylkill County, PA or successor high school. Second preference shall be given to students who graduated from Line Mountain High School in Herndon, PA or the Upper Dauphin High School in Elizabethville, PA or successor high schools. Third preference shall be given to students whose home address of residence is in Schuylkill County, PA. Fourth preference shall be given to students who graduated from a Pennsylvania high school. If no students meet the stated preferences in a given year or if there are sufficient funds to award additional scholarships beyond the eligible recipients who meet the stated preferences, available funds will be awarded to any student based on the General Eligibility Criteria, regardless of preference. Moreover, if no students meet the General Eligibility Criteria in any given year or if there are sufficient funds to award additional scholarships beyond the eligible recipients, available funds may be awarded to deserving full-time undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in the College of Agricultural Sciences who have achieved a minimum 2.3 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale). Students selected for the Kim L. Masser Memorial Scholarship shall be given the opportunity, but shall not be required, to apply for a potential co-operative experience or internship with Sterman Masser, Inc., and will receive first preference.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in the College of Agricultural Sciences at Penn State University Park who have a demonstrated financial need. First preference shall be given to students who are enrolled in the Biological Engineering major who have a demonstrated financial need. ** DOCUMENTED FINANCIAL NEED REQUIRED

Consideration for this award is with the intent to provide financial support to undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in the College of Agricultural Sciences at The Pennsylvania State University who have a demonstrated financial need. From the identified pool of eligible recipients, and to the extent possible, first preference shall be given to students who are majoring in or planning to major in Biological Engineering, or successor degree program

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students majoring in a degree offered by the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering in the College of Agricultural Sciences. Currently, the undergraduate degrees offered by the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering are Agricultural Systems Management and Biological Engineering; however, these may be updated in the future in accordance with the degrees offered by the Department. First preference shall be given to students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, leadership skills and commitment to volunteer service.

Consideration for this scholarship shall be given to all undergraduate students majoring in Biological Engineering who have achieved superior academic records or who manifest promise of outstanding academic success.

Consideration shall be given to all full-time undergraduate students enrolled or planning to enroll in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering on the basis of their achievement and academic ability. Endowed by William L. Kjelgaard in honor of William L. and James F. Kjelgaard.