Engineering and Computer Sciences Scholarship Luncheon

March 21, 2012

31 Students Earn  Engineering, Computer Science Scholarships

Fort Wayne, Ind.—Indiana Tech recently celebrated the accomplishments of incoming freshmen who have earned the university’s Engineering and Computer Sciences Scholarship. The scholarship is worth $13,000 per year and is renewable for up to four years based on academic standing. To earn the award, each student must have at least a 3.0 GPA and a 24 ACT or 1100 SAT (math and critical reading) score.

The scholarship winners who were honored at the engineering and computer sciences luncheon on March 9 are:

  • Adam Boggess, Columbia City, IN, Churubusco High School, Software Engineering
  • Andrew Taylor, Napoleon, OH, Napoleon High School, Energy Engineering
  • Anthony Malatia, Sleepy Hollow, IL, Dundee-Crown High School, Computer Engineering
  • Brian Larabel, Pullman, MI, Bloomingdale High School, Mechanical Engineering
  • Caleb Carpenter, Auburn, IN, Dekalb High School, Software Engineering-Game Design
  • Christian Raab, Payne, OH, Wayne Trace Jr./Sr. High School, Electrical Engineering
  • Daniel Novitski, Cedar Lake, IN, Hanover Central Jr./Sr. High School, Electrical Engineering
  • Daniel Perkins, Van Wert, OH, Van Wert High School, Software Engineering-Game Design
  • David DePriest, South Bend, IN, James W Riley High School, Mechanical Engineering
  • Dillon Hall, Lake Village, IN, North Newton Jr./Sr. High School, Software Engineering
  • Eli Shultz, Huntington, IN, Southern Wells High School, Biomedical Engineering
  • Emily Williams, Lambertville, MI, Bedford Senior High School, Energy Engineering
  • Ian Springer, Fort Wayne, IN, Home Schooled Student, Information Systems
  • Jacob Lutz, Rockville, IN, Turkey Run High School, Software Engineering
  • James Smart, Cleveland, OH, Cleveland School of The Arts, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Jonathan Mueller, Armada, MI, Armada High School, Biomedical Engineering
  • Justin Geels, Decatur, IN, Adams Central High School, Software Engineering-Game Design
  • Leland Rolofson, Kendallville, IN, East Noble High School, Information Systems
  • Michael Levdahl, Prospect, KY, North Oldham High School, Biomedical Engineering
  • Miranda Hill, Waterloo, IN, Dekalb High School, Software Engineering-Game Design
  • Nathan Allen, Dowling, MI, Delton Kellogg High School, Software Engineering-Game Design
  • Nathanael Anderson, Winslow, IN, Pike Central High School, Software Engineering
  • Nathaneal Searer, Nappanee, IN, Northwood High School, Energy Engineering
  • Nicholas Bailey, Warren, IN, Huntington North High School, Mechanical Engineering
  • Rachel Hammond, Warsaw, OH, River View High School, Biomedical Engineering
  • Seth Hensinger, Auburn, IN, Dekalb High School, Software Engineering-Game Design
  • Taylor Wild, Fort Wayne, IN, Heritage Jr./Sr. High School, Biomedical Engineering
  • Travis Weaver, Marion, IN, Marion High School, Software Engineering-Game Design
  • Zachary Dohner, Butler, IN, Eastside Jr./Sr. High School, Mechanical Engineering
  • Zachary Katter, Fort Wayne, IN, Snider High School, Mechanical Engineering
  • Zachary Wetzel, Decatur, IN, Bellmont High School, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Additional students who were unable to attend the luncheon may also receive the scholarship.

 

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