The University of Calgary DIALOG Structural Design Scholarship was established in partnership with the University of Calgary in 1984 to encourage studies in structural engineering.
The annual award is valued at up to $7,500 and is open to undergraduate students entering third or fourth year in the Department of Civil Engineering, based on their performance in the annual DIALOG Bridge Competition.
Each year an engineering design problem is identified, and individuals or teams compete to design the best solution. This typically requires the design and construction of a model, accompanied by a brief written report and an oral presentation.
Students enrolled in the third or fourth year of the University of Calgary’s Civil Engineering Program who:
- Are Canadian citizens or permanent residents.
- Achieved a minimum 2.80 grade point average for the fall/winter session before applying for the award.
- Participated in the annual University of Calgary DIALOG Bridge Competition (team participation is permitted).
How to apply
Apply within the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Calgary to:
Department of Civil Engineering
Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary
The scholarship opens in October/November of each year, followed by model testing, and a presentations and award ceremony.
How the recipient is selected
The recipient is selected based on the recommendation of the judging committee.