Students earn NSF scholarships
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Ten students have each earned two-year $18,200 scholarships through a National Science Foundation (NFS) scholarship program.
St. Cloud State's Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics program will acknowledge the students at a Dec. 14 ceremony in Atwood Memorial Center.
The recipients are also eligible for travel stipends for conferences, field trips and paid summer internships at a national laboratory.
The recipients are:
Mariah Ahlert – St. Cloud
Sean Anderson – St. Cloud
William Bruggenthies – Lonsdale
Neil CarlinSchauer – Burnsville
Ahmed Iqbal – St. Cloud
Reuben Kaburu – Brooklyn Park
Erica Koes – Greenfield
Kyung Park – St. Cloud
Natalie Shofner – Weyauwega, Wis.
Bonyeah Warzecha – St. Cloud
NSF awarded St. Cloud State a $600,000 grant in 2012 to support students pursuing science, technology, engineering and math careers.
The scholarships are given to academically-talented students majoring in information systems, computer science and computer engineering. Preference is given to women, students of color, American Indians, first-generation college students, transfer students from community colleges and those with financial need.
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