Harold O. Wolf Achievement Award

Given by Mary Wolf, to honor and pay tribute to her late husband Harold O. Wolf, BA geology 1960, to recognize high achieving students pursuing an engineering degree who distinguish themselves in academic coursework and extracurricular activities.

Amount

  • Up to $500

Selection Criteria

  • Excellence in academic coursework.
  • Demonstrate exceptional motivation, innovation and participation in student project and/or competition.
  • Student leader or involvement in activities or programs that enhance student experience.
  • Authorship and/or presentation of paper or participate in research, design or testing effort within an engineering discipline.

Eligibility

  • Undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Application

  • No application is required

Selection

  • Departmental nomination required
  • Award recipient will be chosen by a faculty/staff committee.

Questions

  • Contact Christine Human, Associate Dean for Accreditation and Student Affairs