Matthew David Burton
Matthew David Burton, who is working toward a bachelor's degree in civil engineering at the University of Cincinnati, was awarded the $10,000 ACEC Scholar of the Year scholarship.
Margarita Kovalchuk was awarded the $5,000 ACEC Life/Health Trust Scholarship. She is entering her senior year and will earn a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from California State University, Sacramento.
Emily Valenzuela, who received the $5,000 a/e ProNet Engineering Scholarship, is working towards a master's degree in civil and water resources engineering from Colorado State University.
Nicholas DeSimpelare received the $5,000 Professional Liability Agents Network Scholarship. DeSimpelare will earn his bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Michigan State University in 2018.
Rena Weis, who received the $3,000 College of Fellows Scholarship, is working towards a master's degree in civil and environmental engineering at University of Minnesota.
Taylor Wiegand, who received the $2,500 Small Firm Council Scholarship, will graduate in 2018 from Michigan Technological University with a master's degree in environmental engineering.
The Council of American Structural Engineers awarded a $5,000 scholarship to Tristan Yount, who is working towards a master's degree in structural engineering at University of Kansas.
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