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EAA Awards 2016 College Scholarships
July 6, 2016 - EAA’s scholarship program encourages, recognizes, and supports excellence among those studying the technologies and the skill of aviation by empowering young people with resources to become the next generation of aviators. The scholarships, ranging from $500 to $5,000, are available to high school and college students who plan on pursuing degrees in varying aviation fields.
Here are the recipients of EAA’s 2016 college scholarships:
Harry E. Arcamuzi Aviation Scholarship – $500
- Josh Barnett- Friona, Texas – Oklahoma State- Aerospace/Mechanical Engineering
Michael Blume Memorial Scholarship – $1,000
- Joseph Shimnich- Sauk Rapids, Minnesota – Northland Community and Technical College – Aviation Management
Hansen Scholarship – $1,000
- Anthony Munson- Wakefield, Nebraska- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Aerospace Engineering
Gerald “Jerry” Holland Scholarship – $1,000
- Kyle Kolash – DePere, Wisconsin – University of North Dakota – Aviation Management
H.P. "Bud" Milligan Aviation Scholarship – $500
- Miguel Salguero – Port Townsend, Washington – California Polytechnic State University – Aerodynamics
David Mineck Memorial Scholarship – $500
- Michael Wrona – Vandnais Heights, Minnesota – Iowa State
Payzer Scholarship – $5,000
- Susan Johnson – Bowling Green, Ohio – U.S. Naval Academy – Astronaut
David Alan Quick Scholarship – $500
- Terry Ma – Rochester, New York – Georgia Institute of Technology – Aerospace Engineering
Richard Lee Vernon Aviation Scholarship – $500
- John Carr – Dayton, Ohio – Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Aerospace Engineering