This award provides money toward tuition for a physics major (amount may be split to provide more awards as warranted) who has completed at least 18 credit hours in physics.
The award(s) will be based on academic achievement and/or financial need, as circumstances dictate. The faculty of the Physics Department will make the selection annually before the end of the spring semester, and the award will be credited to the recipient’s student account toward tuition for the following semester.
To give an annual award to an undergraduate student determined to be hardworking in the field of physics.
Applicant must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program, both at the time of the selection and during the period covered by the scholarship. Applicant must have completed at least 18 credits in physics and have a 3.0 GPA or higher prior to receipt of the award. Through curricular and extra-curricular accomplishments as established through superior effort and dedication to the learning, research, and/or teaching of physics, as recommended by the chair of the Physics Department.
One award should be given each year to the Physics major with the highest cumulative GPA.
Candidate must have completed at least five semesters in the physics program at Buffalo State. Candidate must have achieved a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5. It is given to a student who has performed research by themselves or with a faculty mentor. Candidate must be a physics major at Buffalo State. The successful candidate is entitled to the award one time only. Transfer students are not eligible.
Given by the department, for outstanding contributions to the Buffalo State physics community.
Given to the physics major with the highest GPA. The recipient must have junior or senior status.
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