Trine students receive AISC scholarships

November 02, 2020

Two Trine University civil engineering majors have received $5,000 scholarships from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) Education Foundation.

Derek Miller of Shipshewana, Indiana, and Quinten Prieur of Constantine, Michigan, each received AISC/Associated Steel Erectors of Chicago Scholarships. They were among eight students who received that particular scholarship.

The AISC Education Foundation awarded more than $138,000 to full-time juniors, seniors and master’s students in civil engineering, architectural engineering, construction engineering, construction management and architecture programs within the United States.

To be eligible for the AISC/Associated Steel Erectors of Chicago Scholarships, students had to be U.S. citizens and be enrolled full-time in civil engineering or architectural engineering programs in Illinois or Indiana.

Last Updated: 11/02/2020

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