Rachel Parlock received Berna Lou Cartwright Scholarship from the ASME Auxiliary.
ASME Auxiliary consists of ASME members and their family members.
The ASME Auxiliary establishes and supports scholarships and loans to students of mechanical engineering at both the graduate and undergraduate levels and further supports the objectives of ASME to promote the advancement of the art, science and practice of mechanical engineering. The ASME Auxiliary was established in 1923 and incorporated as a separate charitable non-profit organization in 1977
The objectives of the ASME Auxiliary are:
To establish Educational Funds for the purpose of assisting worthy students in the study of Mechanical Engineering, or for graduate work.
To promote, independently or in conjunction with ASME, the advancement of the art and science of Mechanical Engineering and the dissemination to engineers, and the general public, of advances and new developments in Mechanical Engineering
More information may be found at http://www.asme.org/about-asme/scholarship-and-loans/the-asme-auxiliary-inc/auxiliary-scholarships
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The scholarship was presented by Mrs. Saraswati Sahay, Chair of the ASAME Auxiliary Undergraduate scholarship committee. The other recipient was Michael Messenger
( winner offrom University of New Haven,
Pictures include Mrs. Sahay, Dr. Ghosh (ASME Student Section Advisor),ME Dept Chair Cy Yavuzturk and Dean Manzione.