Annual $6,000 scholarship for students studying noise control or architectural acoustics.
The Leo Beranek Student Medal for Excellence in the Study of Noise Control
Recognizing excellence in the study of noise control by undergraduate and graduate students.
The Martin Hirschorn IAC Prize - Graduate Student Project Award
Awarded biennially as a contribution to the education of a graduate student studying noise control engineering in the United States of America, who proposes a project related to an application of noise control engineering and/or acoustical conditioning of architectural spaces. For more information on requirements and application, visit the INCE Foundation webpage.
The INCE-USA Undergraduate Student Project Award
Provides support for undergraduate students who are undertaking an independent studies project work in noise control engineering and related topics. Multiple awards are available each year. For more information, and an application form, contact the Chair of the Student Activities Committee, Yong-Joe Kim.
INCE-USA Student Paper Awards
Awarded to up to five students for outstanding papers and presentations at each INCE-USA sponsored conference (NOISECON or Internoise). For more information, and an application form, contact the Chair of the Student Activities Committee, Yong-Joe Kim.
INCE-USA Student Conference Travel Awards
Thanks to generous donors to the INCE Foundation, several awards to support travel to INCE-USA sponsored conferences (NOISECON or Internoise) are available for students and young professionals presenting at those conferences. For more information on requirements and application, visit the INCE Foundation webpage.
INCE-USA "Classic Papers in Noise Control" Award (formerly "Old Meets New")
Recognizing a student’s outstanding presentation of a seminal paper in the field of noise control at each INCE-USA sponsored conference (NOISECON or Internoise) at which a "Classic Papers" session is held.
The INCE-USA Outstanding Educator Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Noise Control Engineering
Honors a person who has significantly advanced the technology and practice of noise control through unique contributions to the education of future noise control engineers.
Guidance for Students in Noise Control Engineering
The INCE-USA Student Affairs Committee seeks to further education in Noise Control Engineering, and to provide interested students with career guidance. Please email Yong-Joe Kim with your requests for information or guidance. Please try to narrow the area for which you want information (i.e. graduate education, a career in the auto industry, a career as architectural acoustics consultant, etc). Dr. Kim will put you in touch with an INCE-USA Member who can help to answer your questions.