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AEA Memorial Individual Member Scholarships

These awards are for $1000.00 each and named to honor deceased Army Engineers. Eligibility is limited to individual AEA Members. They are awarded as follows:

  1. MG Leif J. Sverdrup Scholarship
    Presented to an active or reserve component junior grade officer CPT or lower.
    Presented to an active or reserve component warrant officer W-1 or W-2.
  2. CSM Robert W. Elkey Scholarship
    Presented to up to three active or reserve component junior enlisted soldiers, SSG and below.
  3. Mr. Saul Horowitz Scholarship
    Presented to a Department of the Army civilian engineer in grade GS-9 and below.

Annual deadline for nominations for these awards is June 30.


The Beardslee Scholarship

In honor of Colonel Harold Beardslee, the scholarship is for AEA family members and is awarded to five individuals who are spouses, sons, or daughters of AEA members. No more than one award may be given to a single individual.

Annual deadline for nominations for this award is April 30.


The AEA Congressman David L. Hobson Civil Engineering Scholarship

This award is sponsored by Trimble, a leading provider of advanced positioning solutions that maximize productivity and enhance profitability. The scholarship is to honor Mr. Hobson's lifetime achievements in the advancement of military civil engineering, and to recognize Mr. Hobson for his commitment and dedication to improve the quality of life of our troops by improving facilities, housing, and opportunities for advanced education. This annual competition is open to qualified AEA members or family members of AEA members who are full-time undergraduate students pursuing a baccalaureate degree in civil engineering. Up to four awards each of $3,000 each may be presented each year at the discretion of AEA.

Annual deadline for nominations for this award is July 30.


The COL Carl F. Baswell Fallen Engineer Memorial Scholarship

Beginning in 2010, AEA will award an annual academic scholarship made possible through the generosity of Colonel Carl F. Baswell, USA (Ret), in the amount of $2,500 to a son, daughter, or spouse of a fallen Engineer who lost their life in either Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) or Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).


The COL Carl F. Baswell Combat Wounded Engineer Scholarship

Beginning in 2010, AEA will award an annual academic scholarship made possible through the generosity of Colonel Carl F. Baswell, USA (Ret), in the amount of $2,500 to an Army Engineer who received combat wounds resulting in the presentation of the Purple Heart, in either OEF or OIF.

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