Plastics Pioneers Association Awards Engineering Scholarships

Jan. 8, 2017
PPA also awards grant to Polymer Ambassadors program.

The Plastics Pioneers Association awards scholarships to seven engineering students and grants to several plastics-related organizations, according to an article from Plastics Today. The scholarship recipients are:

  • Christina Sheng, senior, Rutgers University
  • Macy Johns, senior, University of Louisville
  • Casey Baran, senior, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
  • Emma Adams, senior, Auburn University
  • William Miller, senior, University of Wisconsin-Stout
  • Logan Tate, junior, Pennsylvania College of Technology
  • Chris Buse, senior, Ferris State University

According to the article, the PPA also supports the Polymer Ambassadors program through a $5,000 grant to help elementary through high school teachers integrate plastics into their lesson plans, and $7,500 to the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) PlastiVan program.

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