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PWC CT Awards Student Scholarships

Hartford, CT – The Professional Women in Construction Connecticut Chapter (PWC CT) awarded $45,000 in student scholarships, along with a $5,000 donation to the Connecticut Chapter of the ACE Mentorship program.

PWC CT is presenting the following 15 young men and women with individual $3,000 scholarships, thanks to the generosity and support of its 2019/2020 sponsors and those who attended PWC CT’s programs this season.

Luis Guaillas-Acosta, civil engineering, University of Connecticut, Storrs

Angelina Alessandrini, architecture, Roger Williams University University

Seniha Atas, architecture, University of Hartford

Gabrielle Bernier, architecture, Clemson University

Micha Chen, civil engineering, Cornell University

Julia Farr, MS civil engineering, UMASS Amherst

Emily Fazzina, construction management, Roger Williams University

Rebecca Feldman, civil engineering, University of Connecticut, Storrs

Chloe Rose LaBissoniere, construction management, CCSU

Elizabeth Lowe, mechanical engineering, UMASS Amherst

Edwin Maldonado, interior design, University of Bridgeport

Christina Marcellus, mechanical engineering, University of New Haven

Kyle Meyers, architecture, Roger Williams University

Ann Pakhayev, architecture, Cornell University

Emily Root, mechanical engineering, University of Connecticut, Storrs

Scholarship applicants must be currently enrolled in or entering into a two-year or four-year college undergraduate or graduate program to study a construction-related discipline. Recipients must be attending a college or university on a full-time basis and can reapply for the PWC CT scholarship each year of their schooling.

For more information about the PWC CT scholarship program or to help support the program during the 2020/2021 year, visit https://www.pwcusa.org/chapters/about-connecticut/.

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