Gary and Barbara Brosch

Gary and Barbara Brosch

Educating students for careers in transportation is vital to enhancing the quality of life for our state and the nation. To assist in that education, and to help attract the best and brightest to careers in transportation, CUTR established the Georgia Brosch Memorial Transportation Scholarship, named in memory of the infant daughter of former CUTR Director Gary Brosch and his wife, Barbara.

Funding for the scholarship comes from individual and corporate donations as well as a portion of the proceeds from the CUTR Transportation Achievement Awards Dinner.

Winners of the scholarship are announced in the Fall and are presented at the annual CUTR Transportation Achievement Award dinner.

Eligibility Requirements

  • The scholarship competition is open to any current USF engineering student with the intention to pursue a career in transportation, as evidenced by substantial coursework in transportation.
  • Students must have completed at least one semester at USF.
  • No student may receive the award more than once.

Application Process

The application will open in August 2024.

Donate to the Scholarship Fund

If you would like to make a tax-free donation to the Georgia Brosch Memorial Transportation Scholarship fund, use the button below. For further information, please contact CUTR.

2023 – Bachelor’s Recipient

Peter Badr

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2023 – Graduate Recipient

Sai Charita Cherukuri

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2023 – Doctoral Recipient

Divyamitra Mishra

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Previous Georgia Brosch Memorial Scholarship Recipients

  • Cristal Wu (2022)
  • Shivaram Reddy Chalamalla (2022)
  • Eren Yuksel (2022)
  • Rakesh Rangaswamy (2021)
  • Myat Thiri Lwin (2021)
  • Emalia Tack (2021)
  • Hossein Amiri (2020)
  • Zhiwei Chen (2020)
  • Tobias Coon (2019)
  • Alayna Delgado (2019)
  • Andrew Gray (2019)
  • Lori Palaio (2019)
  • Brian Staes (2019)
  • Yu Wang (2019)
  • Chunfu Xin (2019)
  • MD Mokaddesul Hoque (2018)
  • Dayna Lazarus (2018)
  • Tyler Roessler (2018)
  • Yuan Wang (Ph.D. 2017)
  • Kurt Lehmann (M.S. 2017)
  • Trang Luong (2016)
  • Katrina Corcoran (Honorable Mention 2016)
  • Nikhil Menon (2015)
  • Sashikanth Gurram (2014)
  • Makarand Gawade (2013)
  • Kyle Taniguchi (2012)
  • Qing Wang (2012)
  • Nagesh Nayak (2011)
  • Sujan Sikder (2011)
  • Hongyun Chen (2010)
  • Meeta Saxena (2009)
  • Enrique Gonzalez-Velez (2008)
  • Sara Hall, Dajana Vuckovic (2007)
  • Achilleas Kourtellis (2006)
  • Amlan Banarjee (2005)
  • Oliver Page (2004)
  • Srikalyan Challa (2003)
  • Kimberlee Gabourel, Srinivas Meka (2002)
  • Huaguo Zhou, Mampearachchige Kumara (2001)
  • Sachin Gangrade, Alasdair Cain (2000)

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