Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program

2015 Application deadline: May 18th

Objective of Program

The EISENHOWER TRANSPORTATION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM provides funding for the pursuit of Bachelors (junior and senior), Masters or Doctoral Degrees in transportation related fields.  The program objectives are to attract the nation's brightest minds to the field of transportation; to enhance the careers of transportation professionals by encouraging them to seek advanced degrees; and to retain top talent in the transportation industry of the United States.  The Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program encompasses all modes of transportation. 

 

Transportation Related Departments

Students in the following departments may apply to the fellowship:

  • Accounting & Finance

  • Architecture

  • Biology

  • Business Administration

  • Chemistry

  • Computer Science

  • Construction Management

  • City & Regional Planning

  • Civil Engineering

  • Economics

 

Click here for a complete list of disciplines.  Other departments may be considered at the discretion of the Universities and Grants Programs, Program Manager.

 

Eligibility

All Applicants must:

  • Be enrolled full time at Morgan State no later than the Fall 2015 academic year;

  • Have at least one full academic year remaining in program of study;

  • Conduct ongoing research in one or more transportation-related disciplines; and

  • Plan to enter the transportation profession after completing their higher education.

 

Undergraduate Applicants must also:

  • Be at least an undergraduate junior or higher at the start of the upcoming Fall Semester.

 

Graduate Applicants must also:

  • Possess a baccalaureate (B.S./B.A.) degree from a U.S. accredited institution

 

Application

Completed applications must be received by May 18th by 5:00 pm.  

 

Applications should be delivered to:

 

Department of Transportation

Morgan State University

CBEIS 102 (main office) or CBEIS 241 (Dr. Chavis' office)

 

 

  • Electrical & Computer Engineering

  • Health Policy Management

  • History & Geography

  • Industrial, Manufacturing & Information Engineering

  • Information Science & Systems

  • Mathematics

  • Physics

  • Political Science

  • Psychology

  • Transportation & Urban Infrastructure Studies