ASHRAE GRANT OPPORTUNITIES

2014 Senior Undergraduate Grant Projects
Applications for the 2014 Senior Undergraduate Project Grants due by December 17, 2013.Receive up to $5000!The ASHRAE Senior Undergraduate Project Grant Program provides grants to engineering, technical, and architectural schools worldwide.

The grant application must be submitted by the faculty member(s) responsible for the project. The application may be made from any engineering, architecture, or engineering technology department; however, the project must involve an ASHRAE-related topic. The faculty member(s) and student(s) responsible for the project are NOT required to be members of ASHRAE.

The grant is made to the university/college solely for the support of the materials required for the project in an amount not to exceed $5,000 (U.S.). University overhead and faculty or student salaries will not be funded. Funding from other sources is acceptable, but not required.

Please download the Grant Application. Select the “save as” option, complete the application on your computer, and then return it electronically to Justin Ledford,jledford@ashrae.org in Microsoft Word format. Paper applications will not be accepted! The electronic submission must be received at ASHRAE Headquarters by December 17, 2013. Late or incomplete entries will not be accepted. Be sure to include the University President and Department Head contact information on the applications. ASHRAE will send letters of recognition to such individuals of schools selected for grants.

Compete details can be found on our website. https://www.ashrae.org/grants

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