INCOSE Foundation and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Seek Applicants for 2012 Scholarship Award and Paid Internship


If you are a student or academic, or know someone you think might be interested in this opportunity, please read the following information.


The Johns Hopkins University / Applied Physics Laboratory Alexander Kossiakoff Scholarship, in partnership with the INCOSE Foundation, carries an award of $5,000, a plaque and recognition at the annual INCOSE Winter Workshop. The awardee is also offered an optional paid summer internship at JHU / APL working on relevant systems engineering problems. The award was initiated in 2009 and was presented to an individual at the Naval Air Systems Command within the Department of the Defense,  Missouri University of Science and Technology (2010), and George Mason University (2012), among others. To learn more about this award and the application procedure: JHU/APL Scholarship Award 


Questions can be submitted to Dr. William Ewald, Chief Executive Officer of the INCOSE Foundation, at: [log in to unmask]


The complete application package must be received by 30 November 2012. Electronic applications should be submitted to Ms. Holly Witte, INCOSE Foundation Managing Director at [log in to unmask].    





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