DWIGHT DAVID EISENHOWER TRANSPORTATION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
The Dwight David Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program administered by the Center is funded by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT). The DDE Transportation Fellowship Program is designed to:
- Attract the nation’s brightest minds to the field of transportation
- Enhance the careers of transportation professionals by encouraging them to seek advanced degrees
- Retain top talent in the transportation community
2016 DDETF RECIPIENTS
Applicants for the DDE Transportation Fellowship Award must be United States citizens. Applicants must be full-time students enrolled at the senior (BS), or graduate (MS and PhD) levels in an engineering or engineering-related program, e.g., urban planning, engineering management, construction, among other disciplines.
Awards are for one academic year, and could include the following monthly stipends, depending on the availability of funds:
- A maximum of $1,200 for Undergraduate level
- A maximum of $1,400 for Masters level
- A maximum of $1,600 for Doctorate level
In addition to stipends, fellowship recipients could receive funds for tuition and related fees, allowances for books/materials, and travel to Transportation Research Board (TRB) conferences. Fellowship recipients are not allowed to be employed full-time.
Criteria for Evaluation
Eisenhower Fellowship recipients will be selected on the basis of merit according to the following set of criteria:
- Academic Performance (GPA)
- Transportation Work Experience
- Application Essay
- Letters of Recommendation
- Plan of Study
- Career Goals
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