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Annual Scholarships + Awards

CIGNA Telecommunications Scholarship Created by CIGNA, this scholarship is awarded to full-time student majoring in telecommunications. NYSTEC Scholarship Created by NYSTEC this scholarship is a current use scholarship intended for student pursuing an degree in Network and Computer Security. TIE Communications Scholarship Established by TIE Communications to help create the talented and innovative telecommunications professionals of the future, recipients of the scholarship will be entering and pursuing a telecommunications degree.

Scholarships

The purpose is to provide financial assistance to Ball State majors and minors in telecommunications. The department will present the award at the Telecommunications Awards Banquet. Enrolled at Ball State for a semester that falls within the 12 months immediately following the announcement of the award This scholarship was established by Scott Swim, an alumnus of the Telecommunications at Ball State.

Scholarships

Award available to a senior student majoring in computer engineering, electrical engineering, or computer science. This scholarship is based on financial need, academic achievement, and involvement interest in the telecommunications field.

Amount: $2000
Proposal Development

Scholarship General seeks applications that intend to accelerate the development of technologies and solutions that will advance the solar industry e nable rapid prototyping of ground-breaking solar solutions and prove their viability provide connections to a network of solar industry experts, fabricators, and developers and connect entrepreneurs with the investor community to help solar businesses and technical solutions scale. Supplemental funding requests are anticipated from principal investigators of active awards within NSF Communications and Information Foundations, Computer and Network Systems Core, Cyber-Physical Systems, Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace, Smart and Connected Communities, and Spectrum Efficiency, Energy Efficiency, and Security programs, but PIs of projects funded by any NSF program are eligible.

Yale Insights

Linda Du ’19, an MBA student at Yale SOM, traveled to Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique to talk with providers, customers, and others the technology’s potential to give the poor access to the financial system. Nevertheless, Matilda is part of the financial system.

Amount: $2000
Graduate Programs

AFCEA focus is on STEM hard sciences information technology, cybersecuirty, telecommunications electronics supporting defense, land security and intelligence communities. Deadline: March 23rdDescription: The Data Observation Network for Earth offers 9-week summer research internships starting in May and ending in July. Deadline: November 15thDescription: The National Gem Consortium offers the PhD Science Scholarship to minority students entering their first year of doctoral studies in any natural science discipline, including chemistry, physics, earth science, mathematics, biology, and computer science. Deadline: September 30thDescription: Ranging from $1,000 to $10,000, the Xerox Technical Minority Scholarships are awarded for full-time minority college students pursuing a BS, MS, or PhD degree in a technical science, such as chemistry, computer science, information management, physics, manufacturing, software systems, or engineering.

Resources for Financial Unit Managers SkyVU

Financial unit managers will be able to see journal entries that post to their financial units through reporting, but they do not have specific roles in the system to create or approve journal entries. In Anchor Link, organization leaders can grant access to view finances at-will, and will no longer need to request access to the system separately. If a user previously did journal entries to projects to correct incorrect entries, such changes must be made in the appropriate subledger so that accounting rules account for the financial activity throughout the system.

Resources for Financial Unit Managers

Financial unit managers will be able to see journal entries that post to their financial units through reporting, but they do not have specific roles in the system to create or approve journal entries. In Anchor Link, organization leaders can grant access to view finances at-will, and will no longer need to request access to the system separately. If a user previously did journal entries to projects to correct incorrect entries, such changes must be made in the appropriate subledger so that accounting rules account for the financial activity throughout the system.

Financial Aid

Most students enrolled in the Juris Doctor Telecommunications Programs will qualify for low interest loans in amounts sufficient to cover 100% of tuition, fees, books and related costs. These loans may either be subsidized or unsubsidized Independent Study students are not eligible for Federally Insured Student Loans but may qualify for private loans, military or employer tuition assistance, and or Taft University System grants. Independent Study students are not eligible for Federally Insured Student Loans but may qualify for military or employer tuition assistance, and or Taft University System grants.

Course Offerings

Finance topics include: the Federal Reserve System FOMC and the money market interest rates financial Structure investment decisions.back to grid.