Congratulations to the 2012 Scholarship Recipients!
After reviewing the talented individuals that submitted applications, the SMRP Board of Directors and scholarship committee would like to recognize this year’s three scholars. These students have shown great dedication, work ethic and are sure to make significant strides in the future.
SMRP Foundation Scholarship Recipients:
The winner of the SMRP Foundation scholarship is Maggie Goshert. She will graduate in May 2013 with a Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota. She has worked at Medtronic in the Cardiovascular Department for the past two years as a Co-op. She plans to continue working in the medical device industry upon graduation. With the Higher Standards Scholarship, Maggie will use this scholarship to help finish her education.
SMRPCO: The Dorothy and Jack Nicholas Scholarship Recipients:
Marcus Jeter, a Mechanical Engineering student with dual Minors in in Reliability and Maintainability Engineering and Business Administration at The University of Tennessee was the winner of the respected SMRPCO scholarhip. His anticipated graduation date is May 2014 and he plans to obtain an Master of Business Administration. Marcus’ career goal is to become a corporate leader for maintenance and reliability. As a recipient of this scholarship, Marcus will complete his degree debt-free!
SMRP Higher Standards Scholarship Recipient:
Graduating in June of 2013 from California State Polytechnic University at Pomona, Andrew Pytlinsky is the recipient of the 2012-2013 SMRP Scholarship. Andrew Pytlinsky is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minor in Materials Science and Engineering. His primary goals are to obtain a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and to become a Professional Engineer. Helping him reach his goals, the SMRP scholarship will significantly aid him with his tuition and textbook costs.
SMRP thanks all those who submitted their application for the 2012 scholarships. As you continue on with your academic career, we encourage you to apply for next year’s scholarship opportunities.