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Robert I-Jen and Sophia Shui-Kan Jung Graduate Scholarship in Engineering for New Students

Jung scholarship recipients

From left, Jun Li, biological and agricultural engineering; Shanshan Wu, computer science; Wenji Zhang and Qihui Yang, both of electrical and computer engineering

If you are a previously awarded current K-State engineering student applying for the next academic year's award, please see the Jung Graduate Scholarship in Engineering for returning students

Background and Purpose

The Robert I‐Jen and Sophia Shui‐Kan Jung Graduate Scholarship in Engineering for New Students was established by Robert I‐Jen, M.S. ME '68, and Sophia Shui‐Kan Jung to support Kansas State University, the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering and graduate students.

This graduate scholarship recognizes outstanding engineering students from the People's Republic of China, or PRC, and the Republic of China, or ROC. It is a supplemental scholarship with an award level of $6,000 per year for doctorate students and $3,000 per year for master's students.


An applicant for this scholarship must be an admitted student within a K-State engineering on‐campus graduate program. Master’s degree students must be in the thesis option. Recipients of this scholarship must be citizens from the PRC or ROC. 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 scholarshipRecipients of a K-State engineering Ph.D. fellowship are not eligible to receive a Jung Graduate Scholarship during the same academic year.

Application Process

Nominations for this scholarship will be collected in the spring of each year. The selection process will be completed by March 1. Funds will be awarded starting in the fall semester of the upcoming academic year.

The materials noted below should be submitted in PDF format to ergp@k-state.edu by March 1.

  1. Jung Graduate Scholarship in Engineering application form.
  2. Curriculum vita including academic history, publications, presentations, awards and honors, professional services and professional experiences.