PEG Management Fellowship

Download a scholarship application. Please submit all materials, including application, transcripts, and letters of recommendation, via e-mail to

This scholarship is designed for graduate students who are pursuing an MBA, a master's degree in engineering management, or a master's degree in public administration. 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.

The scholarship is in the amount of $3,000.

Please read the instructions carefully and fulfill all of the requirements.

  • Mail 5 copies of the completed application and all attachments to NSPE/PEG
    PEG Management Study Fellowship
    1420 King St.
    Alexandria, VA 22314
  • Applications can be filed electronically to, but a signed original must be mailed to the address above.

PEG Management Fellowship

2014 PEG Management Fellowship
Caleigh MacPherson

Caleigh MacPhersonCaleigh MacPherson is an engineer from New Hampshire. She received her undergraduate B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire in 2012, and in May 2014 received her M.S. in Mechanical Engineering with a specialty in Applied Spacecraft Systems. Caleigh was the engineering assistant on the UNH program team for the NASA Magnetospheric Multi-Scale (MMS) satellite mission. She started working on the MMS mission at the end of her sophomore year and continued through her years in graduate school at UNH. Throughout this experience, she was directly involved in instrument assembly and testing, as well as quality assurance inspection, for the satellite instruments that will investigate magnetic reconnection in the heliosphere. Active in STEM outreach, Caleigh has been a frequent educational presenter for the NH Space Grant consortium and the UNH College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. Of special note is her project management activities as the team lead of the UNH LunaCats, whose mission was to design and build a lunar mining robot for NASA’s Annual Robotics Mining Competition. During her tenure as captain, the 2013 team won 3rd place in Mining and 1st place in Communications, and in 2014 they garnered 4th place in Mining as well as 1st place in both Communications and Social Media. Furthering this accrued interest and experience in project management, Caleigh MacPherson will be starting Duke University’s Masters in Engineering Management program in the Fall of 2014, thanks to the generous support of NSPE.