Joseph A. Levendusky Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship, with funding up to $7,000 per year, will be awarded to an undergraduate student in mechanical or chemical engineering who meets the following criteria and requirements:


- Demonstrated interest and commitment to seek a career in the field of water technology (environmental wastewater, water pollution control and water resource management not included)
- Acceptance for enrollment in, or be enrolled in good standing as a student in an accredited institution
- Student should be of sophomore of higher class status and should not be planning on studying outside of the country or planning to use monies to do so.

Please visit the ESWP website for an application. Completed applications are to be returned to:
Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania
Attention: Scholarship Committee
337 Fourth Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

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