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Four Engineering Students Earn IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarships

December 10, 2019

Four University of Idaho College of Engineering students, Lance Carr, Christine Page, Kenny Sheffler and Nikki Tran, are Power & Energy Society (PES) Scholarship Plus Initiative recipients. Established by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the initiative recognizes electrical engineering students who exhibit high academic standards and extracurricular commitments who are committed to exploring the power and energy field. Students apply each year and receive $2,000 annually for their first two years. Page is a winner three years running and will receive $3,000 this year. One hundred and thirty-five scholarship recipients were selected from the 326 applications. View the complete list of scholarship recipients.

Electrical engineering students (left to right) Christine Page, Kenny Sheffler and Nikki Tran received EEE Power & Energy Society Scholarships. Lance Carr (not pictured) also received a scholarship.

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