Industrial and Manufacturing
Systems Engineering
Scholarships
Adnan Aswad Scholarship

The A. Adnan Aswad Scholarship grants $2000 per year award for two years for a total award of $4000 for students studying for an undergraduate degree in either industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering at the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

 

  • Aswad Scholars are required to enroll for at least nine credits in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs.
  • After completion of the first year, the Aswad Scholarship is renewable for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs, fulfills the standards of academic progress as defined by the Office of Financial Aid, and successfully completes no less than 67% of courses attempted in residence.
  • The Aswad Scholarship is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
  • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
  • The Office of Financial Aid will monitor the scholar's academic progress annually.

 

          Click here to learn about Professor Adnan Aswad.

Junge Family Endowed Scholarship

Junge Family Endowed Scholarship grants $2000 per year award for two years for the total award of $4000 for students studying for an undergraduate degree in either industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering at the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

 

  • Recipients will be chosen according to the merit and need.
  • Recipients have attended any Michigan high school or have transferred to the University of Michigan Dearborn from Jackson Community College, Henry Ford Community College, Calvin College or Hope College.
  • Junge Scholars are required to enroll for at least nine credits in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs.
  • After completion of the first year, the Junge Family Scholarship is renewable for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs, fulfills the standards of academic progress as defined by the Office of Financial Aid, and successfully completes no less than 67% of courses attempted in residence.
  • The Junge Family Scholarship is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
  • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
  • The Office of Financial Aid will monitor the scholar's academic progress annually.

            

             Click here to learn about John Junge.

Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Endowed Scholarship

Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Endowed Scholarship grants $2000 per year award for two years for a total award of $4000 for students studying for an undergraduate degree in either industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering at the College of Engineering and Computer Science.    

  • Recipients will be chosen according to the merit and need by an IMSE faculty committee.
  • Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Scholars are required to enroll for at least nine credits in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs.
  • After completion of the first year, the Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Scholarship is renewable for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs, fulfills the standards of academic progress as defined by the Office of Financial Aid, and successfully completes no less than 67% of courses attempted in residence.
  • The Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Scholarship is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
  • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
  • The Office of Financial Aid will monitor the scholar's academic progress annually.