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John A. Angold Graduate Engineering Scholarship

Angold scholarship recipients

Congratulations to the scholarship recipients for 2019-20,

from left, back row: Elliot Schrag, Mirza Ahammad Sharif and Peng Wang; front row: Ragini Krishna Nikumbh, Robert Sherwood and Imalka Matarage; not pictured: Jack Cunningham and Haripriya Naidu.

Background

The John A. Angold Engineering Scholarship was established by Art Grix Jr. and Linda Angold Grix of Gold River, California. The endowed fund honors the memory of John A. Angold, EE '38, who retired after almost 42 years with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.

Purpose

To provide financial assistance to the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering at Kansas State University for student support. 

Eligibility

Recipients of the scholarship will be graduate students in good standing at the university, majoring in any curriculum within the college, whose area of study relates to the railroad industry, transit or transportation, and must be enrolled full time during the award period. The scholarship is for one year and can be renewed once during a degree program. Scholarship recipients will need to reapply for the second year of the scholarship.

Application Process

Nominations for this scholarship will be collected in the spring of each year. The selection process will be completed during the summer so funds will be awarded starting in the fall semester of the following academic year.

The following materials should be submitted in PDF format to ergp@k-state.edu by April 15: 

  1. Scholarship application form.
  2. Curriculum vita including academic history, publications, presentations, awards and honors, professional services and professional experiences.
  3. Transcripts from K-State and other schools the applicant has attended (in English).
  4. A letter of support from a major professor that summarizes the student's qualifications, including achievement; potential as a researcher; and why the student deserves the award.
Past Recipients

2019-20

  • Elliot Schrag, M.S., student in civil engineering
  • Robert Sherwood, M.S., student in civil engineering
  • Peng Wang, M.S., student in civil engineering
  • Mirza Ahammad Sharif, Ph.D., student in civil engineering
  • Jack Cunningham, Ph.D., student in civil engineering
  • Imalka Matarage, Ph.D., student in civil engineering
  • Haripriya Naidu, Ph.D., student in civil engineering
  • Ragini Krishna Nikumbh, Ph.D., student in civil engineering

2018-19

  • Rijesh Karmacharya, M.S. student in civil engineering
  • Blake Moris, M.S. student in civil engineering
  • Yu-Szu Chen, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Shuvo Islam, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Imalka C. Matarage, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Amin Moghadam, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Adrijana Savic, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • James Scott, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Mirza Ahammad Sharif, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Masoumeh Tavakol, Ph.D. student in civil engineering

2017-18

  • Jack Cunningham, M.S. student in civil engineering (fall semester)
  • Benjamin Nye, M.S. student in civil engineering (fall semester)
  • Mirza Ahammad Sharif, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Reza Sedaghat Shirazinejad, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Tri Tran, Ph.D. student in civil engineering

2016-17

  • Yu-Szu Chen, Ph.D. student in civil engineering
  • Md Zahidul Karim, Ph.D. student in civil engineering (spring semester)
  • Adrijana Savic, Ph.D. student in civil engineering (spring semester)
  • James Scott, M.S. student in civil engineering (spring semester)
  • Lisa Shofstall, M.S. student in civil engineering

2015-16

  • Syeda Rubaiyat Aziz, Ph.D. student in civil engineering

2014-15

  • Matthew Williamson, Ph.D. student in civil engineering researching