The Aaron and Zelda Greenberg Scholars Program incorporates around five students annually who work with faculty advisors to develop a program of independent research study that weaves through both the B.S. and M.S. degree programs. Faculty advisors seek to find meaningful projects and incorporate external internships or other scholarly experiences along this path to enhance not only the scholars’ academic development, but also their professional skill set.
The Greenberg Scholars are expected to obtain both the B.S. and M.S. degrees from the CArEE Department in five years, and actively seek to attain national level recognition while doing so (e.g. by securing fellowships or awards from NSF, DOE, etc.). The Greenberg Scholars Program challenges our most talented students to reach their full potential while concurrently attracting prospective students to the challenges and opportunities the program provides.
The academic requirements, expectations and eligibility follow the established Master Student Fellowship Program.
Students accepted into the Greenberg Scholars Program are given preference for support from the Greenberg Scholarship Fund to help meet the scholars’ unmet financial needs.
The Greenberg Scholarship Fund was established through the generosity of Aaron and Zelda Greenberg and honors Aaron Greenberg’s legendary commitment to Missouri S&T. He was one of the Miner Alumni Association’s most dedicated members, serving as an admissions ambassador, public resource ambassador and class coordinator. Aaron rarely missed a Homecoming or annual spring scholarship banquet. He and sister Zelda established this memorial endowment to support the excellence of student education and advancement in our department.
Incoming freshmen are eligible to apply if:
Transfer students are eligible to apply if:
Current S&T students are eligible to apply if: