2019 ASA Collins Aerospace Scholarships Awarded to Tyrus Evans and Isabella Green
The Aerospace States Association's Scholarship Committee is proud to announce that Isabella Green, a sophomore at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona, has won the Rockwell Collins scholarship and Tyrus Evans a Junior at Georgia Tech, has won the Edward A. O’Connor Jr. Founder's scholarship.
Both recipients received their awards in person at the ASA Annual Awards Dinner and Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Celebration w/ Keynote Dr. Edwin Buzz Aldrin.
Each year ASA awards two $2,000 scholarships to college engineering sophomores courtesy of Rockwell Collins (A division of United Technologies.These scholarships are an integral part of the mission of the Aerospace States Association to help create an aerospace workforce for the future.
Isabella Green, Tyrus Evans, Ross Garelick Bell, ASA Executive Director, Dianne Primavera, Lt. Governor of Colorado, Will Ainsworth, Lt. Governor of Alabama, Cindy Dietz, Associate Director, State Government Relations at United Technologies.
2018 ASA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
Barry Butler, Ph.D., President of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University presents Mr. Henry Sanabria, with the 2018 ASA $2,000 scholarship.
2019 ASA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
2018 Scholarships Awarded
Laura Holland O’Brien and Henry Sanabria Win ASA’s 2018 Scholarships
The Aerospace States Association Scholarship Committee is proud to announce that Laura Holland O’Brien a sophomore at Southwestern Illinois College has won ASA’s Rockwell Collins scholarship and Henry Sanabria a sophomore at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University has won the Edward A. O’Connor scholarship.
Each year ASA awards two $2,000 scholarships to college engineering sophomores courtesy of Rockwell Collins Inc.These scholarships are an integral part of the mission of the Aerospace States Association to help create an aerospace workforce for the future.
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