The Michael J. Miller Scholarship Program
Each year, the AAMI Foundation awards the Michael J. Miller Scholarship to students aspiring to become biomedical equipment technicians, clinical engineers, and health systems engineers. These scholarships expand access to students who have demonstrated academic excellence, technical aptitude, and a commitment to healthcare technology and patient safety.
In 2022, the AAMI Foundation will award six, $3,000 scholarships:
- Five scholarships will be awarded to students studying to become biomedical equipment technicians or health technology specific engineering, including clinical engineering.
- One scholarship will be awarded to an individual studying to become a health system engineer through a joint effort between the AAMI Foundation and the Health Systems Engineering Association (HSEA)
In addition to the $3,000, recipients will receive complimentary registration, travel, and accommodations to attend the AAMI Exchange in San Antonio, TX.
More about the Miller Scholarships
Applicants must be entering or current full-time college students seeking a career in the healthcare technology profession at an accredited college or university. Applicants must still be considered current students in June 2022.
Applicants must demonstrate a combination of technical aptitude, academic excellence, and commitment to the healthcare technology profession. To document these attributes, applicants are required to submit a short essay (500-700 words) explaining how they view themselves fitting into the profession and describing their evidence of academic excellence and the other skills mentioned above.
More about the AAMI Foundation-HSEA Scholarship
The goal of the AAMI Foundation-HSEA Health Systems Engineering Scholarship is to encourage students to enter the profession of health systems engineering and to foster excellence in the field. Upper level undergraduate students (junior or third year and above) and graduate students at the master's and doctoral levels who have completed no more than two years of graduate study are encouraged to apply. Applicants must have demonstrated some level of involvement and commitment to the field of health systems engineering (e.g., health systems coursework, internships, senior design project with focus on health systems) that is indicative of a trajectory towards a career in the profession.
Applicants must be current full-time third year or above undergraduate college students, or recent college graduates who have been accepted to a graduate program seeking a career in the health systems engineering profession at an accredited college or university. Typical programs include degrees in industrial engineering, management science, operations research, and related fields. Applicants must demonstrate a combination of technical aptitude, academic excellence, and commitment to the health systems profession.