ARCHITECTURAL AND MANUFACTURING SCIENCES AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS
|Date: Wednesday, May 8th, 2013||Return|
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – WKU’s Department of Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences has awarded scholarships to the following students for the 2013-14 academic year:
*Morgan T. Armistead, an Architectural Sciences major from Russellville, Walter B. Nalbach Industrial Education Scholarship.
*Jeffry Edwards, an Architectural Science major and Music minor from Murray, Ryan Associated Architects Scholarship.
*Jennifer Lynn Gaiko, an Architectural Science major from Bowling Green, South Central Kentucky Section – American Society for Quality Control.
*Daniel Puckett, an Advanced Manufacturing major from Bowling Green, Society of Manufacturing Engineers Scholarship.
*Taylor Shoemake, a Construction Management major from Franklin, L.T. Smith Scholarship.
*Zach Talton, an Architectural Science major from Crestwood, Ryan Associated Architects Scholarship.
*Aldious A. Waite, a graduate student in Engineering Technology Management from Bowling Green, Lois G. and F. Dugan Montgomery Scholarship.
*Greg Wellman, a Construction Management major from South Shore, South Central Kentucky Section – American Society for Quality Control.
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