This week, Ford Motor Co. announced plans for a $1 million scholarship program to be named in honor of former CEO Alan Mulally, KS A ’68. The Alan Mulally Leadership in Engineering Scholarship will “provide financial assistance to students pursuing degrees in automotive engineering.” According to the article from the Associated Press, the new scholarship program will award ten one-time scholarships each year to outstanding sophomore and junior engineering students at certain universities around the world.
There will be a panel discussion and a reception highlighting partnerships in STEM education through a joint partnership between Teach For America and Amgen Foundation. The event will take place on Thursday, July 16. The panel discussion, Working Together to Create Opportunity and Equity: The Power of Partnerships in STEM Education, will take place at the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center – HVC 200 in Washington, DC, beginning at 3:15pm. Then at 5pm the reception will take place at the Rayburn House Office Building – B-354. Send an email here to RSVP.
Cumberland County (NJ) has announced that John H. Knoop III, NJ B ’87, will begin as the county engineer in August and will serve a 5-year team. He will also continue his position of 19 plus years as Millville City (NJ) Engineer. Read the news article