Texas Instruments Arne Engebretsen Memorial Scholarship

2015 Recipient

Elyse Grothaus,
Oconomowoc  
High Schoo
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Do you know a high school senior who is interested in pursuing a career in K-12 mathematics education?  The Wisconsin Mathematics Education Foundation (WMEF) is offering a $2,000 scholarship sponsored by Texas Instruments and in memory of Arne Engebretsen. 

Please bring this opportunity to the attention of your eligible students. If you do not have direct contact with these students, please forward this note to any colleagues, including guidance counselors who would be able to share this information with their students.   Note all applications are due March 1st.


The Arne Engebretsen Memorial Scholarship (sponsored by Texas Instruments) was established to honor the man who dedicated his entire teaching career to improving the quality of mathematics education in the state of Wisconsin, the country and the world. He was, in the finest sense, a master teacher. Integral to his work was the use of technology and more specifically, hand-held graphing calculators.

Applicants must be a legal resident of Wisconsin and intend to study mathematics with a goal of teaching at the K-12 level. The applicant must be a current high school senior who has shown a significant interest in pursuing a career as a K-12 educator with a strong interest in mathematics.


The application process opens December 1 of each year. All applications must be submitted electronically either by completing them online or emailing the scanned application to awardsWMEF@gmail.com.

Applications are due March 1 of each year.


Click here to access the application form.


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