Each year, ASPE awards up to $3,000 in scholarship monies to help upcoming industry professionals earn their degrees. The scholarship is named in honor of Alfred Steele, P.E., a long-time member of ASPE and a visionary and pioneer in advocating education and professional development for plumbing engineers and designers.
This year, ASPE is pleased to announce that three scholarships were awarded:
- Javier C. Rodriguez, son of Chicago Chapter member Javier Rodriguez, CPD, received $2,000 to pursue a degree in Architectural Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology;
- Kevin Inman, a member of the Oklahoma Chapter, received $1,000 to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tulsa; and
- Nathan Franklin, a member of the Oklahoma Chapter, received $1,000 to pursue a degree in Chemical Engineering at Oklahoma State University.
ASPE will begin accepting applications for the 2023 Alfred Steele Scholarship later this year. To be eligible, a student must: be an ASPE member or the spouse or child of an ASPE member; have a GPA of 3.0 or higher; be in or plan to attend a college, university or technical school on a full-time basis (minimum of 12 credit hours); and be enrolled in an engineering program.
Visit aspe.org for more information.
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