SAE International Announces the 2020-21 Recipients of Annual Engineering Student Scholarships

Scholarships support students to pursue their passion for engineering

WARRENDALE, Pa. (July 28, 2020) – SAE International announces the 50 undergraduate and graduate engineering student recipients of the 2020-21 Annual Engineering Student Scholarships. Funded through the SAE Foundation, the scholarships encourage academic excellence and help students pursue their passion for engineering.
“With the help from our generous donors—individuals, corporations and universities—we are able to offer scholarships to students across the country,” said Lori Gatmaitan, SAE Foundation Director. “We are proud to support the future engineering workforce by awarding these scholarships to help undergraduate and graduate students achieve their dreams.”
SAE International is proud to announce the 2020-21 recipients:

  • BMW/SAE Engineering Scholarship
    • Amanda Ahteck, Holmdel, New Jersey
  • Dan and Vicky Hancock Scholarship for Mechanical Engineering Excellence
    • Taiden Foryt, Rochester, New York
  • Donald and Barbara Mozley Scholarship
    • Sherry Chen, Brooklyn, New York
    • Joaquin Gomez, New Orleans, Louisiana
    • Anoushka Gupta, Torrance, California
    • Nolan Howard, Mt Pleasant, South Carolina
    • Sarah Kinney, Manteca, California
    • Taylor Plekker, Rockford, Michigan
    • Noah Zastrow, Spencer, Wisconsin
  • Edward D. Hendrickson/ SAE Engineering Scholarship
    • Garrett Burns, Woodridge, Illinois
  • Fred M. Young Sr./ SAE Engineering Scholarship
    • Tarun Amasa, Boulder, Colorado
  • SAE Doctoral Engineering Scholarship
    • Jacquelyn Erinne, Herndon, Virginia
    • Richard Hollenbach, Durham, North Carolina
    • Ricardo Jacome, Lincoln, Nebraska
    • Farah Kidwai-Khan, Sleepy Hollow, New York
    • Justin Rittenhouse, Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • SAE/ David Hermance Hybrid Technologies Scholarship
    • Quentin Foster, Thompson, Missouri
    • Tyler Pierson, San Antonio, Texas
    • Candace Ulett, Flint, Michigan
  • Ralph K. Hillquist Honorary SAE Scholarship
    • Juan Andres Carrano, Rochester, New York
  • SAE / Ford Partnership for Advanced Studies Scholarship
    • Brennan Halsey, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • SAE Heinz Prechter Scholarship
    • Archika Dogra, Bellevue, Washington
    • Naomie Gao, Mason, Ohio
    • Zoe Simon, Hailey, Idaho
    • Olivia Wenzel, Parma Heights, Ohio
    • William Wu, Pleasanton, California
  • SAE International Undergraduate Scholarship
    • Ambar Aballo, Miami, Florida
    • Jacob Field, The Dalles, Oregon
    • James McWhorter, Crane Hill, Alabama
    • Hattie Rice, Northglenn, Colorado
    • Joshua Ross, Pottstown, Pennsylvania
    • Matthew Trees, San Angelo, Texas
  • SAE Long Term Member Sponsored Scholarship
    • Luke Johnson, Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania
    • Kaylen Platt, Volo, Illinois
  • SAE/PRI/ITC/ABPI Staff Scholarship
    • Natalie Anglemyer, Clinton, Pennsylvania
    • Kassandra Cavanagh, Cranberry Twp., Pennsylvania
    • Lauren Elms, Cranberry Twp., Pennsylvania
  • Tau Beta Pi/ SAE Engineering Scholarship
    • Vijay Anne, Exton, Pennsylvania
    • Carl Bertolino, Tampa, Florida
    • Candace Do, Bellevue, Washington
    • Gibson Hooper, Puyallup, Washington
    • Anna Iacocca, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
    • Tobe Obochi, Highland Park, Illinois
    • Nina Tedeschi, Schodack, New York
  • TMC/ SAE Donald D. Dawson Technical Scholarship
    • Yan Hao Wong, Austin, Texas
    • Madison Bronnimann, Roscoe, Illinois
  • Toyota/SAE Engineering Scholarship University Kentucky
    • Taylor Young, Somerset, Kentucky
  • Yanmar/SAE Scholarship
    • Celeste Branstrom, Corpus Christi, Texas
    • Emily Schwartz, Andover, Massachusetts

Applications for the 2021-22 academic school year student scholarships will be accepted from January 4 through March 15, 2021.
For more information and to apply to one of the 2021-22 SAE International Annual Engineering Student Scholarships, please visit:
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