ATLANTA — Twenty-nine students are receiving $152,000 worth of financial assistance for the 2015-2016 schoolyear via ASHRAE’s scholarship program. Over the course of 27 years, ASHRAE has awarded more than $1.45 million to more than 300 undergraduate and graduate students.
The winners of the Willis H. Carrier Scholarship will receive $10,000 for one year. The 2015-2016 recipients are Kayland Adams, East Carolina University, mechanical engineering; and Anna Schleifer, Clemson University, mechanical engineering.
Reuben Trane Scholarship winners will receive $10,000 over two years. The winners are Ivan Beeentjes, University of Waterloo, mechanical engineering; Quentin Williams, California Maritime Academy, mechanical engineering; and Michael Newman, University of Manitoba, mechanical engineering.
The following recipients received $5,000 scholarships: Caroline Feldman, University of Dayton, mechanical engineering; Erin Adkins-Oury, University of Southern Mississippi, construction engineering technology; Hung Van Nguyen, University of South Carolina, mechanical engineering; Michael Schlosser, University of Windsor, mechanical engineering; Victoria Brinemugha, Pennsylvania State University, architectural engineering; Jordan Shefchik, University of Wisconsin-Madison, mechanical engineering; Andrew Palcan, Milwaukee School of Engineering, architectural engineering; Scott Tucci, Missouri University of Science and Technology, mechanical engineering; Yirong Zhang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, mechanical engineering; Zeb Pontius, Miami University, mechanical engineering; Yoginder Rana, Ferris State University, HVAC & technology; Rebecca Robinson, Vermont Technical College, architectural engineering technology; Caleb Bristol, Vermont Technical College, architectural engineering technology; John Kubacz, Vermont Technical College, architectural engineering technology; and Maturin Songang, Cegep Limoilou, mechanical building technology.
The following recipients received one-year $3,000 scholarships: Matthew Hamilton, University of Wisconsin, mechanical engineering; Adel Njeim, City College of New York, mechanical engineering; Smart Maduka, University of Lagos, mechanical engineering; Andrew Brouwers, Pennsylvania State University, architectural engineering/mechanical engineering option; Brandon Comisarenco, University of Texas, architectural engineering; Claire Feind, Texas A&M University, engineering; Rachel Hutzel, Purdue University, mechanical engineering technology; Brooke Bialas, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, mechanical engineering; and Morgan Kelley, Texas A&M University, engineering.
For more information on ASHRAE scholarships, visit www.ashrae.org/scholarships. Applications are now being accepted for the 2016-2017 undergraduate, regional/chapter and university-specific scholarships. The deadline is Dec. 1, 2015.
Publication date: 9/28/2015