The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) awarded seven scholarships to children of company employees who are pursuing engineering or technical field degrees relating to the building products industry, according to AAMA.

“AAMA is pleased to acknowledge the outstanding students who have dedicated themselves to their academic and extracurricular endeavors in order to pursue a career in architecture, engineering and related fields,” says Rich Walker, AAMA president and CEO. “By supporting these students on their journey to further develop their knowledge and passion, we are hopeful they will make valuable contributions in the building products industry upon completing their education.”

The recipient of the AAMA 75th Anniversary Scholarship is Jonathan Dorsch, a soon-to-be freshman at the California Institute of Technology.

The first 2012 AAMA Scholarship Award recipient is Mathew Blom, a soon-to-be freshman at Iowa State University. Megan Conley, a soon-to-be freshman at Clemson University, placed second; Rachel Hlatky, a soon-to-be freshman at the University of Pennsylvania, placed third; Griffin Lay, a soon-to-be freshman at Washington University, placed fourth; Zachary Lee, a soon-to-be freshman at John Brown University, placed fifth; and Hannah Wascomb, a soon-to-be freshman at Mississippi State University, placed sixth.



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