Branch Scholarships

About G. B. Mann

In the early 90s when David Schnurbusch was the Branch president, the Branch Scholarship Fund was established. In 1993, the Fund received a large boost from Mr. Mann when he contributed a large sum of his retirement investments to the Fund. Numerous Dallas area high school and college students have benefited from his large and kind endowment. He did not want any publicity for this contribution.

An ASCE Past President and Life Member, George Boley Mann, received a degree in Civil Engineering from SMU. During WWII he worked in Ordinance Department at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland.  He retired from Texas Department of Transportation after 34 years of service.  He was active in ASCE and NSPE. He contributed to the construction of numerous Texas highways.  He mentored many young engineers.

G. B. Mann Scholarship Application Information

Deadline for submissions: April 28, 2017

 2017 Dallas ASCE Scholarship - Application Form
 2017 Dallas ASCE Scholarship - Reference Form

All scholarships are awarded on an equal opportunity basis to current high school senior students who attend school in the Dallas Branch region (Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Kaufman, Navarro, and Rockwall Counties) and who will be attending an institution of higher learning in the 2017 Fall semester in pursuit of a degree in Civil Engineering.

Incomplete applications or applications not time-stamped by the deadline will be disqualified.


ASCE Texas Section Scholarships 


Did you know there are many Scholarships and Fellowships available to students through ASCE.   This information, along with applications, can be found on the ASCE website at http://www.asce.org/Scholarships/ and http://www.asce.org/ASCE_Fellowships/

 


Jere W. Thompson, Jr. Scholarship
(for full-time students pursuing a B.S. degree in Civil or Construction Engineering at a public or private college or university in Texas; this scholarship is available through the Dallas Foundation)