Since 1953, the ASM Materials Education Foundation and leading ASM Chapters nationwide have awarded scholarships totaling over $1 million. Currently, up to 20 scholarships are awarded annually through the ASM Materials Education Foundation, which is supported by member contributions and other gifts.
Most of these awards include a Certificate of Recognition and travel allowance for attendance at the awards ceremony during the Society's annual awards dinner. Application deadline is May 1st.
George A. Roberts Scholarships - Up to seven scholarships of $6,000 (each). Established in 1995 through a generous contribution by Dr. George A. Roberts, past president of ASM and retired CEO of Teledyne, as an expression of his commitment to education and the materials science and engineering community.
Lucille & Charles A. Wert Scholarship - One year full tuition of up to $10,000. Established in 2006 through a generous bequest by Dr. & Mrs. Charles Wert.
William Park Woodside Founder's Scholarship - One year full tuition of up to $10,000. Established in 1996 by Mrs. Sue Woodside Shulec in honor of her grandfather, William Park Woodside, a man whose vision and leadership evolved into the founding of ASM International.
William & Mary Dyrkacz Scholarships – Four scholarships of $6,000 (each). Established in 2011 through a generous contribution by Mr. & Mrs. William Dyrkacz as an expression of their commitment to education and the materials science and engineering community.
Ladish Co. Foundation Scholarships - Two scholarships of $2,500 (each). (Student must be a Wisconsin resident and must attend a Wisconsin university to qualify.)
ASM Outstanding Scholars Awards* - Three awards of $2,000 (each) to recognize distinguished scholars.
Edward J. Dulis Scholarship - One award of $1,500. Established in 2003 by the family of Edward J. Dulis, who was a fellow of ASM International.
John M. Haniak Scholarship - One award of $1,500. Established in 2003 by the family of John Myron Haniak, who was a life-long dedicated member of ASM International. (Student must be a Pennsylvania resident and / or must attend a Pennsylvania university to qualify.)
David J. Chellman Scholarship - One award of $2,500. Established in 2014 by Mrs. Arline Denny in honor of her husband David James Chellman, who was a long-standing Senior Technical Fellow with Lockheed Martin Corporation, a life member of ASM International, and who enthusiastically served on the AeroMat Conference Organizing Committee for more than 25 years. This scholarship is an expression of his commitment to education and the materials science and engineering community, and is awarded based on academic merit and financial need.