Thirteen School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students won nearly $15,000 in scholarships at the 2015 Women in Engineering banquet. The event recognizes outstanding women engineering students across campus. (Photo Courtesy of Women in Engineering.)
Thirteen School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students received nearly $15,000 in scholarships at the Women in Engineering banquet March 31.
The scholarships come from corporate sponsors and recognize some of the College of Engineering’s top women students. Winners received $1,000 to $1,500 and had an opportunity to meet with company representatives.
Four of the baker’s dozen School of Civil and Environmental Engineering students who won scholarships at this year’s Women in Engineering banquet. Bechtel-sponsored awards went to Tenesha Kittrell, Anna Bass, Alison Lavery and Paige Hoerle, pictured above with a Bechtel representative. (Photo Courtesy of Women in Engineering.)
The School’s winners this year:
- Tu Nguyen, BASF
- Tenesha Kittrell, Bechtel
- Alison Lavery, Bechtel
- Jamie McNorton, Boeing
- Jamie Clark, Fluor
- Alyssa Perkins, Georgia Power
- April Gadsby, GM
- Fariha Islam, Norfolk Southern
- Maya Goldman, Saint Gobain
- Amelia Goydich, Union Pacific
- Anna Bass, Bechtel
- Paige Hoerle, Bechtel
- Xinbei Guan, GM
Women in Engineering program officials say the banquet serves to help women engineering students develop into future leaders and make connections that can benefit their career.