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Posted by Tasha Weiss on June 6, 2013 at 8:26 AM.
University faculty are invited to apply for the 2014 AISC Milek Fellowship, a four-year, $30,000-per-year award. Designed to help promising university faculty members conduct structural steel research, the winning faculty member will also be recognized in MSC as well as receive free registration at NASCC: The Steel Conference for the four years following their selection as an AISC Milek Fellow.
The Milek Fellowship program is designed to contribute to the research careers of young faculty who teach and conduct research investigations related to structural steel, while producing research results beneficial to designers, fabricators, and erectors of structural steel.
Proposals will be accepted until September 15, 2013. Required application information includes:
- Candidate’s name, affiliation, mailing address, telephone and email address
- Description of the research to be conducted
- Discussion of the relevance and usefulness of the research to structural steel construction (design, detailing, fabrication, installation, maintenance, renovation, materials, management, protection from corrosion etc.)
The intent of the award is to support students with high potential to be valuable contributors to the U.S. structural steel design and construction industry. Funds are provided to conduct research that meets the long-term needs of the structural steel industry; assist in leveraging additional outside funds for fellowship-related research; and develop graduate students for academic and design careers in the structural steel industry.
The selected faculty fellow should strive to fund a doctoral candidate each year with at least half of the yearly fellowship funds, and the chosen students will be named AISC Graduate Fellows and featured in MSC.
The award is named after William A. Milek, former AISC vice president of engineering and research, to recognize his invaluable contributions to AISC and the structural steel industry.
For complete information about the Milek Fellowship program, past faculty fellows, and the full proposal requirements and application, visit www.aisc.org/facultyfellowship.