School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Undergraduate Fast Track Physics Student Receives Prestigious Intel/SRC Education Alliance Masters Scholarship

The School of Natural Sciences & Mathematics and the Department of Physics congratulate Ms. Courtney Mathews, a fast track undergraduate physics student, who has received the Intel Foundation/SRC Education Alliance Masters scholarship.

The scholarship is competitively awarded to students pursuing (or planning to pursue) a Masters degree in a discipline relevant to microelectronics under the guidance of an SRC-designated faculty member and performing research under an SRC contract.

The scholarship includes a monthly stipend, tuition, fees, travel expenses to the annual Graduate Fellowship Program Conference, and a $2000 unrestricted gift to the Department of Physics.

Courtney's supervising professor will be Dr. Robert Wallace, Professor of EE and Physics.

The SRCEA was created to help provide for the long-term development of human capital for the semiconductor industry and to provide a financially viable vehicle for industry participation in this venture. To accomplish its objective, the SRCEA works in conjunction with participating organizations to design and implement programs to attract outstanding students to disciplines of interest to the semiconductor industry. The Intel Foundation is the philanthropic foundation for Intel Corporation and was founded in 1989.

  • Updated: February 10, 2014