Transfer Scholars in IT and Engineering (T-SITE)

Thank you for your interest in the T-SITE Scholars Program for Computing and IT Majors (computer science, computer engineering, information systems, and business technology administration) in the Center for Women in Technology at UMBC. This is a National Science Foundation-sponsored scholarship. You must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to be eligible. You also must be a transfer student from a Maryland community college entering UMBC for the Fall 2020 semester or a student who transferred from a Maryland community college in the Spring of 2021. You must also be a full-time student at UMBC when you transfer.

Applicants must:
1. Complete the UMBC Admissions application by March 1, 2021.
2. Send (email Dr. Danyelle Ireland the required) letter of recommendation from a STEM faculty member by March 1, 2021.
3. Send (email Dr. Danyelle Ireland) copies of unofficial transcripts by March 1, 2021. These should be sent to:
Dr. Danyelle Ireland, email: direland@umbc.edu.
cwit.umbc.edu/tsite

Award
Up to $7,000 annually for two years
Deadline
03/01/2021
Supplemental Questions
  1. T-SITE Background Information
    • Citizenship (proof should be available if requested)
    • Community college credits completed as of the end of the Fall semester 2020
    • Cumulative GPA
    • How did you find out about the T-SITE scholars program? (check all that apply)
    • Were you part of a STEM scholars program or STEM community at your community college? (If yes, please specify the name of the program.)
  2. Describe your short- and long-term academic goals, as well as your short- and long-term career goals.
  3. Discuss your experiences with and/or commitment to ensuring that technology workplaces are diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
  4. Why are you interested in the T-SITE Scholars program within the Center for Women in Technology and what makes you a good fit for this program?
  5. A letter of recommendation is required from a STEM faculty member (science, computing/IT, engineering, or math) at your community college. If you transferred to UMBC in Spring 2020, you can either provide a letter from a faculty member at your former community college or UMBC. Provide this person's name and email address below.
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