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Material Handling Education Foundation announces 2012-2013 scholarship winners

Twenty-eight scholarships for a total of $86,750 were issued for this academic term.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
July 18, 2012

The Board of Directors of the Material Handling Education Foundation, Inc. (MHEFI) recently announced its 2012-2013 scholarship winners. Twenty-eight scholarships for a total of $86,750 were issued for this academic term.

2012-13 Scholarship Winners

Sanket Bhat
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Crane Manufacturers Association of America Honor Scholarship
$9,000

Lisa Thomas
University of Arkansas
Rack Manufacturers Institute Honor Scholarship $5,000 + Hytrol Conveyor Honor Scholarship $1,500
$6,500

Robert Mark Curry
University of Arkansas
Tompkins Associates Honor Scholarship
$6,000

Paul Bupe
Georgia Southern College
Frazier Industrial Honor Scholarship
$5,000

Sabahattin Gokhan Ozden
Auburn University
Rack Manufacturers Institute - John Nofsinger Honor Scholarship
$4,000

Jordan Bever
Kansas State University
Conveyor and Sortation Systems Honor Scholarship
$4,000

Alexander David Lyddane
Virginia Tech
Order Fulfillment Systems Honor Scholarship
$4,000

Tugce Gizem Martagan
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Integrated Systems Council Honor Scholarship
$4,000

Matthew William Vanden Avond
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Automated Storage and Retrievel Systems Honor Scholarship
$4,000

Hoang Minh Tran
Oklahoma State University
MHEDA Honor Scholarship
$3,650

Shahab Derhami
Auburn University
Storage Equipment Manufacturers Honor Scholarship
$3,000

Trung Quoc Le
Oklahoma State University
MHEFI Honor Scholarship $1,950 and John M. Prest Memorial Scholarship $1,050
$3,000

Sunnie Ann Chason
Georgia Institute of Technology
Unarco Material Handling Honor Scholarship
$2,500

Gokce Alakus
Oklahoma State University
Ridg-U-Rak Honor Scholarship
$2,500

Douglas Stuckey
University of Wisconsin-Madison
St. Onge Company Honor Scholarship
$2,500

Mahmoud Al-Odeh
Indiana State University
Demag Cranes & Components Honor Scholarship
$2,500

Sherif Masoud
Clemson University
Hoist Manufacturers Institute & Monorail Manufacturers Association Honor Scholarship
$2,100

Matthew Robert Billings
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Automatic Guided Vehicle Systems Honor Scholarship
$2,000

Teresa Lynn Creech
Penn State University
Hanel Storage Systems Honor Scholarship
$2,000

Justin Eaton
University of Wisconsin
Steel King Industries Honor Scholarship
$2,000

Austin Loyd Buchanan
Texas A&M University
Seizmic Honor Scholarship
$2,000

Ashesh Kumar Sinha
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Loading Dock Equipment Manufacturers Honor Scholarship
$1,500

Megan Ann Hinterberger
Penn State University
Lift Manufacturers Product Section Honor Scholarship
$1,500

Zachary Kelch
Oklahoma State University
Irving M. Footlik, P.E. Memorial Scholarship
$1,500

Juan Ma
Oklahoma State University
Southworth International Group Honor Scholarship
$1,500

Chinnatat Methapatara
Oklahoma State University
Chicagoland MHMS Chapter Honor Scholarship
$1,500

Merve Ozen
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Electrified Controls Manufacturers Association Honor Scholarship
$1,500

Jasmine Nicole Moore
North Carolina AT&T State University
Gorbel Honor Scholarship
$1,500

MHEFI was established in 1976 as an independent charitable organization dedicated to encouraging and supporting the study of material handling, supply chain and logistics and exposing students to the vast array of opportunities in the industry. Since its establishment, over $2,000,000 has been awarded in scholarships and grants. Funds are provided through private and corporate donations.

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