ASPE announced the winners of the 2021 Alfred Steele Scholarship. The annual scholarship is named in honor of Alfred Steele, P.E., a long-time member of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers and a visionary and pioneer in advocating education and professional development for plumbing engineers and designers.

The Alfred Steele Scholarship is limited to ASPE members and their immediate families who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, who are in or plan to attend a college, university or technical school on a full-time basis (minimum 12 credit hours), enrolled in an engineering program.

ASPE congratulate the following students for being awarded the Alfred Steele Scholarship this year:

  • Parker Beal, son of Kansas City Chapter member Dan Beal, P.E., received $2,000 to study Architectural Engineering at the University of Kansas;
  • Jon Davis, son of San Francisco Chapter member Carol Davis, received $1,000 to study Civil and Transportation Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley;
  • Kevin Inman, son of Oklahoma Chapter member Kevin Inman, received $1,000 to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tulsa; and
  • Micah Chantos, son of Central Texas Chapter member Andrew Chantos, received $1,000 to study Petroleum Engineering at the University of Houston.

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