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Newly established in 2024 by Think Wood, the Wood Solutions Scholarship offers $5,000 to four qualified recipients each in the program year. Scholarship candidates should have graduated (or will graduate) from an accredited engineering school in the application year and should be employed (or seeking employment) as a structural engineer in the U.S. Candidates will be judged based on a stated commitment to enhancing their knowledge of sustainably sourced U.S. wood products and to applying this knowledge professionally in the service of creating safe, affordable and lower-carbon structures.

Think Wood is a communications campaign that provides commercial, multifamily and single-family residential design and build resources to architects, developers and contractors. Think Wood’s funder is the Softwood Lumber Board (SLB). The SLB is an industry-funded check-off program established to promote the benefits and uses of softwood lumber products in outdoor, residential, and non-residential construction. Programs and initiatives supported by the SLB focus on increasing the demand for softwood lumber products in the United States.

The NCSEA Diversity in Structural Engineering Scholarship program was established by the NCSEA Foundation in 2021 to award funding to students who have been historically under recognized in structural engineering (including but not limited to Black/African Americans, Native/Indigenous Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, and other people of color, those with disabilities and LGBTQIA+). Multiple scholarships are presented annually to junior college students, undergraduate students, and/or graduate students pursuing degrees in structural engineering. Applications for the Diversity in Structural Engineering scholarships are now open.


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