Petra M. Udelhofen Memorial Scholarship Application
The Petra M. Udelhofen Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to an undergraduate entering his/her senior year of study in atmospheric sciences (ATM). This $1,000 cash scholarship may be used for tuition, fees, books, or other educational expenses. More information about the award can be found on the Petra M. Udelhofen Memorial Scholarship page.
The application is due on May 1, 2020
Completed applications (in Word format) should be emailed to:
Division of Atmospheric Sciences
School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences
Endeavour Hall 129
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5000
Expected Graduation Date (month/year):
Name of faculty member who can serve as a reference for you:
If you are a transfer student or have taken coursework at another university (excluding undergraduate courses taken in high school), list all previous institutions attended. Please attach an unofficial copy of your transcript from each institution.
Dates of Attendance:
Areas of Interest and Achievement
In 1-2 pages, describe your achievements in each of the four areas listed below. The questions may be addressed separately or together in one essay.
- Describe your academic achievements, detailing any awards or honors (e.g. Dean’s List, scholarships, etc.) you have received or special classes/programs in which you have participated. If there were any semesters in which your grades were lower than usual, you may discuss factors that contributed to this and steps you have taken or will take to improve your performance.
- Describe your participation in student activities (e.g. clubs, newspapers, performing groups, special events, honor societies, sororities/fraternities, etc.) at Stony Brook and elsewhere.
- Describe any service (e.g. tutoring, participating in fundraisers, working in an office, museum or aquarium, etc.) you have performed within the University or greater community.
- Describe any research experiences you have had or plan to undertake in the future. Indicate what areas of scientific research interest you most.