Here's the list of scholarships awarded by Alpha Pi Mu.
Alpha Pi Mu Academic Award
The Alpha Pi Mu Honor Society at Georgia Tech presents $500 to a senior with the best academic achievement including GPA, academic rigor, research, and other scholarly accomplishment. The winner’s name will be added to the perpetual plaque outside of the academic office. The winner is selected based on recommendations made by faculty and Alpha Pi Mu leadership.
The Robert D. Dryden APM Service Scholarship
The Robert D. Dryden APM Service Scholarship was established in memory of Bob Dryden, who served Alpha Pi Mu for more than four decades. This scholarship will recognize the applicant who best summarizes, in the required essay, how he/she served IIE, APM, and his/her industrial engineering program through leadership, mentoring, recruitment, or retention activities.
The Paul E. Givens Diversity Scholarship
The Paul E. Givens Diversity Scholarship was established in memory of Paul E. Givens and includes the requirement that the applicant has contributed to diversity on campus through support for underrepresented students.
The Wolter J. Fabrycky ISE Scholarship
The Wolter J. Fabrycky ISE Scholarship was established to emphasize the systems aspect of industrial engineering and includes the requirement that the applicant’s interests are in keeping with the INCOSE designation of domain-centric systems engineering.
The John L. Imhoff Globalization Scholarship
The John L. Imhoff Globalization Scholarship was established in memory of John L. Imhoff and includes the requirement that the applicant has demonstrated globalization activities, cooperation and understanding through leadership and related initiatives.