- Applications can be filed electronically to email@example.com (this includes completed application form, letters of recommendation, and other supporting materials)
Official transcripts can be mailed to:
PEG Management Study Fellowship
1420 King St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
The Professional Engineers in Government (NSPE/PEG), one of the five practice divisions of the National Society of Professional Engineers, is funding and administering this Management Study Fellowship.
This fellowship in the amount of $2,500 is to be awarded to an engineer pursuing advanced studies in management. It is available to any Engineer Intern or licensed Professional Engineer from any discipline. Applicants who are not U.S. citizens may apply if they are current NSPE members.
Qualification for Application/Selection Process
- Applicant must be an Engineer Intern (EI) or licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and be employed in the practice of engineering.
- Applicant must be a U.S. citizen and a member of NSPE.
- Applicant may come from any area of engineering practice (Government, Education, Private Practice, Industry or Construction).
- Degrees acceptable for support are post-bachelor degree in any of the following areas: business administration, management, engineering management, and public administration.
- As a final condition of the award, the applicant must be accepted or enrolled in an accredited graduate degree program in management; for the MBA, the curriculum must be accredited by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. A letter verifying acceptance is required.
- Applicants shall submit two letters of recommendation. One shall be from a recent employer attesting to the applicant's professional competence. The second shall attest to the applicant's community activities and character.
- An official transcript shall be submitted for all undergraduate course work.
2018 PEG Fellowship Winner
Rosaleen Nogle, P.E.
Rosaleen B. Nogle, P.E., BCEE, PMP, CPESC, CPMSM, CPISM, CPSWQ, ENV SP is licensed in seven states as a professional engineer and is certified in New York State as a Grade 4 Wastewater Collections System Operator. She currently is employed by the Buffalo Sewer Authority as an Assistant Principal Engineer overseeing the operation and maintenance of 850 miles of collection system by both internal and external forces. She has eleven years of experience in the water and wastewater industries.
Ms. Nogle was presented with the Young Engineer Award by the Erie-Niagara Chapter of the New York State Society of Professional Engineers 2016. She currently serves as the newsletter editor and as a director for this chapter.
In addition to a BS and MS in Civil Engineering, Ms. Nogle has also earned a Masters of Divinity degree and is currently in formation for priesthood within the Episcopal Church. In January of 2018, as the Responsible Engineer in Charge for the UB Chapter of EWB-USA, she led a group of five college students on a week-long assessment trip to Nicaragua. Ms. Nogle has also taken on several leadership roles within New York State Water Environment Association at both the state and local levels.
Ms. Nogle began pursuing an MPA with concentration in Public Management at Indiana University through their SPEA-Connect program in the fall of 2016. After having completed 21 credits, she has maintained a 4.0 GPA.