Named in memory of James O. Gray, the scholarship recognizes students pursuing studies in process control systems engineering, plant automation or instrumentation & measurement.
$5,000 and a certificate for Graduate student; $2,000 and a certificate for Undergraduate student. Funds will be paid to the school on behalf of the student.
Graduate level scholarship is funded by a donation from the James O. Gray Fieldbus Foundation Scholarship Fund to establish the James O. Gray Scholarship Fund of the IEEE Foundation; first professional degree scholarship is funded by the IEEE Systems Council
The award will be presented at the IEEE International Systems Conference held each spring in North America.
Basis for Judgement
Evaluations will be based on the application and stated financial need. The application shall include an essay on why these fields of study are important and how the applicant could have impact in these fields. At least three letters of recommendation shall be provided, two of which shall be from current or former university professors who taught the applicant or know him personally.
IEEE student members studying process control systems engineering, plant automation or instrumentation & measurement at the graduate and/or first professional degree from an accredited university, with no other scholarships and a cumulative
Grade Point Average of 2.8 or above.
No relatives of current members of the IEEE Board of Directors, the Systems Council Governing Board, the James O. Gray Scholarship Committee, or IEEE staff may be candidates, nominate or endorse candidates for this Scholarship.
Nominations are now open for the 2018 James O. Gray Scholarship. The deadline for nominations is March 1, 2018. More information on the nomination process can be found here.