Armstrong International has awarded scholarships to five Western Michigan University chemical engineering students who are studying energy management. The energy management option of WMU’s chemical engineering program provides opportunities for students who plan professional careers in the energy industry to gain hands-on experience working with industry professionals.
The scholarships are funded by the $400,000 Armstrong Endowment for Energy Management, established in 2001, and are awarded annually to WMU chemical engineering students who meet academic and other criteria.
Recipients of the 2010 award are Kristen Bellmer, Caleb Pease, Casey Kick, Katie Risnes and Thomas Merckley.
For more information, visit: http://www.armstronginternational.com.Photo Caption: Winners of the Armstrong Endowment for Energy Management Scholarship were recognized during a recent ceremony at Western Michigan University. Front row, left to right: Anthony Vizzini, Kristen Bellmer, Caleb Pease, Katie Risnes, Said AbuBakr, chair and professor of WMU College of Engineering. Back row, left to right: Casey Kick, Thomas Merckley, Tom Henry, director of global sales for Armstrong, and Tom Hiatt, manager of intuitional markets for Armstrong.