2013-14 OSGC Award
In an effort to encourage advanced education in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics) the Ohio Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) offers financial support through competitively awarded scholarship opportunities.
This year, nine aerospace engineering students are selected to receive the OSGC award. Each student award was assessed based on academic standing, research proposal, letters of recommendations, extra-curricular activities and service. This year’s recipients are:
Doctoral Fellowship Awards are $20K (plus UC tuition waiver):
1. Robert D. Knapke, PhD, 3rd year of support
2. Nicholas S. Heeb, PhD, 2nd year of support
Award amount depends on whether research is for one or two semesters, and date of graduation:
1. Nicholas Schwartz, (class of 2014): $ 4,000 for 2 semesters
2. Sophia Mitchell (class of 2015): $ 3000 for 2 semesters
3. Owen Macmann (class of 2015): $ 1500 for 1 semester
4. Brandon Cook (class of 2015): $ 1500 for 1 semester
5. Andrea Gillis (class of 2015): $ 1500 for 1 semester
6·Jacob Holden (class of 2015): $ 1500 for 1 semester
7. Kyle Flenar (class of 2016): $ 1500 for 1 semester
All scholarship recipients are required to propose and initiate a research project or educational activity under the guidance of a faculty mentor during the academic school year. Recipients must also attend and present the findings of their research/educational activity at the Annual Student Research Symposium, held every April at the Ohio Aerospace Institute in Cleveland, Ohio.
CEAS congratulates each of these exemplary students!