Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship
Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering, Communications, or Political Science/Public Policy majors, and other programs touching on networked systems, who are active in supporting the LGBTQIA+ community. Preference is given to students with demonstrated academic merit and financial need. If desired, the recipient will have an opportunity to get involved with a CNS-related research project.
The answers you provide in the Supplemental Question section are confidential – only the LGBTQIA+ Scholarship Committee can view your responses. Other committees are blocked from viewing this section.
If awarded this scholarship, you will need to provide a 2 or 3 sentence statement, that will be made PUBLIC about how you have actively supported the LGBTQIA+ community through your identity, relationships and/or work.
Your name will only be released with your PUBLIC statement if you provide us consent, you will have the opportunity to do so online during the post acceptance process.
Include career-enhancing information under Employment, Extracurricular, or Volunteer Work sections.
Under Essay Part II provide information about your interest and goals in your field of study.
Under Supplemental Questions provide information about how you have actively supported the LGBTQIA+ community through your identity, relationships and/or work.