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Revolutionizing Robotics and Computer Sciences Scholarship

Funded by
3 winners, $1,500 each
Application Deadline
Nov 20, 2023
Winners Announced
Dec 20, 2023
Education Level
Recent scholarship winners
Eligibility Requirements
Education Level:
Undergraduate student
Field of Study:
Mechatronics, Robotics, Engineering, and Computer Science
Historically marginalized community

At Loupe, we believe fostering a place of belonging happens with intentionality and dedication. Our mission is revolution—embodying agents of change both within our organization and across our industry. 

We wish to empower the under-recognized within our industry to help them gain traction early in their careers, propelling their trajectory toward achievement. 

The Revolutionizing Robotics and Computer Sciences Scholarship aims to support under-recognized students who are enthusiastic about exploring new possibilities in the field of robotics and automation. 

Students from historically marginalized communities with a creative mindset and diverse hobbies, whether tech-related or not, who are pursuing degrees in Mechatronics, Robotics, Engineering, or Computer Science, are eligible to apply. 

To apply, please share with us one thing you wish to see revolutionized.

Selection Criteria:
Creativity, Ambition, Impact
Published August 17, 2023
Essay Topic

Loupe’s mission is revolution. Everything we do centers around this purpose, and we actively communicate it internally and externally. A benefit stemming from this single-word mission is its capability to unify and flexibly align with each individual’s purpose. So, we pose this question: What is one thing you'd like to see undergo a revolution?

400–600 words

Winning Applications

Wynona Lam
DePaul UniversityCarol Stream, IL
Lucila Zurita
Citrus CollegeDuarte, CA
Gender equality within the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) sector is one area I'd like to see experience a revolution. Only one-third of the STEM workforce is made up of women, according to the National Science Foundation. I'm quite passionate about tackling the issue of this extreme gender disparity. I'm dedicated to taking part in this movement as a woman in STEM. I started the InnovateX Club at Citrus College intending to bring about this change, and one of our main goals is to support women in STEM. A 'Women in STEM' event is one of the ways we're achieving this. We intend to invite accomplished female STEM leaders to this event so they can share their compelling travels and tales with us. To achieve gender equality in STEM, it is important to acknowledge and celebrate the enormous potential that women have to offer these professions. It involves dispelling outmoded ideas and assumptions that restrict the opportunities available to women in STEM fields. The great talent and potential that women have is not accurately reflected by the present gender gap. I see a time when young girls can pursue their interests in STEM fields without being constrained by their gender. I picture a society in which women in STEM fields are the rule rather than the exception. In this world, a variety of thought and experience is not only valued but also celebrated, which produces more creative and all-inclusive solutions. It's imperative to give young women STEM role models and mentors who can motivate and inspire them to start this revolution. This is the rationale behind our 'Women in STEM' event. We hope to inspire young women by showing them that they, too, can thrive in these disciplines by bringing prominent female leaders in STEM to share their experiences. To initiate this revolution, it's crucial to provide young women with visible role models and mentors in STEM who can inspire and guide them. This is why we are organizing our 'Women in STEM' event. By inviting accomplished female leaders in STEM to share their stories, we aim to show young women that they, too, can succeed in these fields. In conclusion, I am committed to taking part in the revolution for gender equality in STEM. The advancement of society as a whole is at stake here, not just the rights of women. Having a STEM community that accurately reflects the wide variety of our world is important. It's time to overturn the status quo, and I'm ready to lead this revolution by tirelessly promoting the advancement of women in STEM fields and fostering an inclusive and equitable STEM community.
Dianna Dimambro Dimambro
Florida Atlantic UniversityJupiter, FL


When is the scholarship application deadline?

The application deadline is Nov 20, 2023. Winners will be announced on Dec 20, 2023.

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