Structural Engineering Fellowship
The SOM Foundation annually awards the Structural Engineering Fellowship to a promising candidate who has recently earned a Bachelor, Master, or PhD degree with a specialization in structural engineering. The $20,000 Fellowship enables a recent graduate to independently travel and conduct research that contributes to the Foundation’s designated topic of study. By supporting a recent graduate to research and experience buildings, bridges, and other structures in cities firsthand, the Foundation’s hope is that they will gain a critical appreciation of how structures can positively impact our built environment, and will in turn influence the practice and teaching of structural engineering in the future.
Applicants must be graduating with a Bachelor, Master, or PhD degree in Civil or Architectural Engineering with a specialization in Structural Engineering from a US university. US citizenship is not required.