Students receive Armstrong International Energy Management scholarships


Front Row: Myriah Kahlmorgan, Clarissa Stanton, Ha Phan, Dr. Abubakr, Dr. Mondala; Back Row: Tom Hiatt, Garrett Fisher, Brandon Gould, Muhammad Siddiqui, Adam Fritz, Tom Henry, Dean Toutanji, Dr. Li

"Congratulations to our outstanding students. Well done!" Dr. Li, chair of chemical and paper engineering, said of chemical engineering students Garrett Fisher, Ha Phan, Clarissa Stanton, Muhammad Siddiqui, Joshua Mussche, Brandon Gould, Myriah Kahlmorgan and Adam Fritz, who were named 2016 Armstrong Energy Management scholarship recipients. The Armstrong scholarships are awarded to students pursuing the energy management option within the chemical engineering program at the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The awards are given to juniors and seniors each year by Armstrong International, a multinational and family-owned company that develops intelligent system solutions for steam, air and hot water. When the students were asked why they chose this educational path, the general consensus was that they believed energy management and efficiency is an important concern for most business and industry globally.

Patrick Armstrong is the president and CEO of Armstrong International and one of the college’s 2011 Alumni Excellence Academy inductees. Armstrong International executives Tom Henry and Tom Hiatt attended the event and presented the awards to the students. Dr. Houssam Toutanji, dean of the college, Dr. Kecheng Li, chair of chemical and paper engineering, Dr. Said Abubakr, professor, and Dr. Andro Mondala, professor, also were present.