Scholarship recipients each receive a $3500 grant, a $500 travel stipend, complimentary registration for the conference and the pre-conference short course, and an opportunity to present their research work at the conference. The scholarships are presented annually by the ASA Quality and Productivity Section to honor the distinguished career of Mary G. Natrella, author of the well-known NBS/NIST handbook, Experimental Statistics, along with her husband Joseph.
Application is open to full-time students who are currently pursuing a master's or doctoral degree in an accredited college or university, and who have a demonstrated interest in applications of statistics to quality and productivity.
Further information about the scholarship can be found on the Q&P Section web site. Alternatively, you can contact a member of the Scholarship Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further background information on the conference is available here