|BGSU tech students awarded scholarships|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:02|
This spring, Bowling Green State University's College of Technology awarded more than 40 scholarships.
Following is a list of local students awarded scholarships of $500 or more:
Stephen Bradny, of Bowling Green is the recipient of the Ardanall B. Mason Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $1,000. The senior is majoring in aviation engineering technology.
Yogitha Malkireddy, a junior majoring in electronics and computer engineering technology, has been awarded the Inter-national Society of Automation Scholarship in the amount of $500. Living in Bowling Green, she has also received the Annual Emmanuel Award.
Ben Hammond, a senior from Lemoyne, received the International Society of Automation Scholarship in the amount of $500. He is an electronics and computer engineering technology major and honor roll student.
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