Mariah Schroeder, who is seeking her master's degree in civil engineering from Purdue University, was awarded the $10,000 ACEC Scholar of the Year scholarship.
Alex Pint, who will graduate with a master's degree in architectural engineering in December from Kansas State University, received the $7,500 Kennedy/Jenks Consultants Scholarship in honor of David D. Kennedy.
Corey Walker was awarded the $5,000 ACEC Life/Health Trust Scholarship. Porter is entering his senior year and will earn a bachelor's degree in civil and geomatics engineering at California State University—Fresno.
Daniel Weisenberger, who seeking a bachelor's degree in architectural engineering from Kansas State University, received the $3,000 Small Firm Council Scholarship.
The Council of American Structural Engineers awarded a $2,500 scholarship to Shawna Peterson, who is working towards a master's degree in structural engineering at Stanford University.
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