The Kimley-Horn and Associates Graduate Fellowship - The Fellowship is given to the student judged by the Graduate Program Committee to be the best applicant to the graduate program in the Fall semester each year. Former recipients of the Kimley-Horn Fellowship include:
|1987||Autumn Lynn Patterson||1989||Kim Martin|
|1990||Kevin Burton||1991||Scott Walkowicz|
|1996||David Prevatt||1998||Brad Putman and Heather Bessette|
|2001||Jeoffrey Woppershall||2002||Matthew Edwards|
|2003||Adam Gibson and Joshua Stamm||2004||Ryan Fries and Christopher Iser|
|2005||Carol Hamlin and Clayton Putnam||2006||Stuart Day and Kyle Moody|
|2007||Brandon Aveille and Gabriel Dobbs||2008||Jenna Sapp and Joshua Johnson|
|2009||Laura Vollmer Lee Tupper||2010||Lee Tupper and Laura Vollmer|
|2011||Kevin Baumann and Andrew Coletta||2012||Kevin Baumann and Matthew Egeberg|
|2013||Brian Maleck and David Cousins|
The Walter P. Moore and Associates, Inc. Graduate Fellowship - This fellowship awarded to a student with an interest in structural engineering and who plans to pursue a career in the structural engineering field.
|2008||Angelina Gleason||2009||Ian Sullivan|
|2010||Sarah Dalton||2011||Tyler Andrews and Bobby Funcik|
|2012||Rachel Abromaitis||2013||Graham Montgomery|
The Russell H. Brown - CCMA Masonry Fellowship - This fellowship was established by the Carolina Concrete Masonry Association in honor of Dr. Russell H. Brown's accopmlishments and is awarded to a deserving graduate student in the Civil Engineering Department of Clemson University who is pursuing a Masters of Science or Ph.D. who has interest in concrete masonry.
|2009||Travis Yates||2010||Josh Hegenderfer|
|2011||Jordan Supler||2012||Saurabh Prablhu|
The Aniket Shrikhande Memorial Annual Graduate Fellowship and Assistantship was established by the Shrikhande family to honor the memory of Aniket ('06 M.S. CE). Aniket cherished his experience at Clemson as a civil engineering graduate student, and his family is graciously and generously honoring his memory by enhancing the Clemson experience for others. The purpose of the fund is to provide assistance to civil engineering students who are pursuing their graduate education with geotechnical engineering emphasis.
|2009-2010||Md. Akhtar Hossain and T. Corbett Miller||2010||Mahdieh Heidari|
|2010-2011||Eleanor Huggins||2011||Zhe Jerry Lou|
|2012-2013||Wenping Gong and Nagathavabalasubramanium Mahinthakumar||2012||Shimelies Aboye|
The Slade F. Exley Endowed Fellowship in Transportation Engineering provides fellowships for Civil Engineering college graduates who are pursuing a graduate degree in transportation engineering within the Civil Engineering Department with the intent of pursuing a career as atraffic/transportation engineer. Recipients will be citizens of the United States and will be selected in their senior year. Preference should be given to students who are presently serving or have served in the United States Armed Forces or Reserve.
Outstanding Graduate Lab Assistant - This Award was established in 2006 and is awarded to the outstanding graduate Lab assistant in the Civil Engineering Department. The selection of recipients is the responsibility of the Graduate Program Committee and is based on student assessment of lab instructors.
|2008||Matt Schuster||2009||Matthew Lucas|
|2010||Cole Edmonson and Shada Krishnapillai||2011||Jerry Lou|
|2012||Masood Shirazi||2013||Ahkter Hossain and Patrick Murphy|
James Edwin Clark Fellowship - Awarded to the outstanding graduate student enrolled in the Civil Engineering graduate program with the intent of pursuing a career as a traffic/transportation engineer. Dr. Clark served as a professor of civil engineering at Clemson for 26 years.
The SDL Structural Engineers Graduate Fellowship - This fellowship given by Stanley D. Lindsay & Associates. The fellowship is given to students with an interest in structural engineering who plan to pursue a career in structural engineering consulting.
|2008||Timothy Strickland||2009||Michael McDonald|
Dean's Scholar - This is given to outstanding students who are entering the doctoral program in the College of Engineering and Science. This is a highly competitive scholarship in the College of Engineering and Science. The following CE students have received the Dean's Scholarship:
|COL Chuck Skipper||Ph.D., 2004 - Construction Engineering and Management|
|Ryan Fries||Ph.D., 2007 - Transportation Systems|
|John Raiford||Ph.D., 2007 - Applied Fluid Mechanics|
|David Powell||Ph.D., 2007 - Applied Fluid Mechanics|
|David Wingard||Ph.D. Student - Construction Materials|