C. William Hall Scholarship

C. William Hall Scholarship

This award honors the memory of the Society's first president, Dr. C. William Hall. Follow these links for a brief history of the Society's founding, and a biography of Dr. Hall.

The recipient of the C. William Hall Scholarship will have all of his or her expenses paid for participation in the 2017 SFB Annual Meeting and Exposition in Minneapolis, MN., (April 5-8, 2017). This includes airfare, hotel, transfers, registration, and meals. (Some limitations apply.)

The scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior undergraduate pursuing a bachelor's degree in bioengineering or a related discipline. During the year (Jan-Dec) of the scholarship award, it is required that the student participate in undergraduate research in biomaterials. The C. William Hall Scholarship applicants will need to submit brief essays on their planned research and career objectives, as well as obtain a letter from their advisor / mentor confirming their status and role in the research.

A completed application with all requisite materials must be submitted by December 1, 2016 to be considered for the 2017 scholarship. The Education and Professional Development Committee will review the applications and announce the recipient by January 15, 2017.

Click here for 2017 C. William Hall Scholarship application form. Applications will be accepted beginning in August.

Past Awardees

Please contact the Executive Director, Dan Lemyre at 856-642-4201 or dlemyre@biomaterials.org to submit an application.

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