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Challenge Scholarships

Each Challenge year, scholarships may be awarded based on qualities demonstrated by individuals applying for consideration for the Scholarship Program. These scholarships are not automatic, and students wishing to be considered MUST apply. Application details are in the Challenge Handbook.

Scholarships available:

  • Amy Beth Boulanger Memorial Scholarship: Four years/$2,400 per year

  • NMSU Physics Scholarship: $1,000 per year - renewable up to four years
    Conditions: must major in physics at NMSU (could be a double major), must maintain GPA of 3.0 or better, Challenge project must have a strong physics component.

  • New Mexico Highlands University: $1,866 per year (Full Tuition and Fees) - renewable up to four years

  • One year Full Tuition Scholarship to New Mexico State University

  • One time $2,400 Scholarship to the University of New Mexico

  • One time $1,300 Scholarship to Eastern New Mexico University

  • One time $2,400 Scholarship to the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

  • One time $2,500 Scholarship from Intel to any accredited institution of higher education in New Mexico

  • One time $500 Scholarship from CHECS to any member institution in New Mexico. This scholarship will be awarded randomly to any student or teacher in attendance at Awards Day.

All scholarship applicants are subject to the following:

  • Be an active member of a Challenge team consisting of more than one student.

  • Attend a four-year university in New Mexico (any CHECS member institution)

  • Pursue a science, engineering or mathematics major.

  • Meet the university GPA requirements.

  • Amy Beth Boulanger Memorial Scholarship applicants restricted to seniors only.

Any student wishing to be considered for a scholarship award MUST submit the following by April 5th, 2000:

A letter describing his/her contribution to the team project with an emphasis on the specific areas of leadership. The sponsoring teacher MUST endorse the team member's letter and outline the qualities and examples from the teacher's perspective. The Project Advisor and/or other team members may also provide supporting statements of this individual's role and contribution to the team effort. It is the responsibility of the teacher to ensure that all documentation, including supportive statements, are mailed in a separate envelope to:

NM SUPERCOMPUTING CHALLENGE
C/O New Mexico Technet
5921 JEFFERSON, N.E.
ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87109
ATTN: SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION

Note: Do not include any other team project documentation with this application.

Based on receipt of the above information, the scholarship competitors will be invited to appear before a panel of Challenge judges to present their qualities in conjunction with the team project. This is a general discussion session with questions and answers. The judges will have already received the application, supporting documents and the team project. Scholarship competitors will appear before the panel of judges on the day before the awards ceremony in Los Alamos.

For questions about the Supercomputing Challenge, a 501(c)3 organization, contact us at: consult1516 @ supercomputingchallenge.org

New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge, Inc.
80 Cascabel Street
Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544
(505) 667-2864

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