Six Engineering Students to Receive ACEC New York Scholarships

Manhattan College students gain recognition from ACEC New York metropolitan chapter.

Engineering structureSix Manhattan College engineering students have received scholarships from the metropolitan New York chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).

Two civil engineering majors, Kelly Grogan ’19 and Stephen Zubrycky ’19, received $7,500 scholarships in the form of ACEC New York Merit Scholarships at the ACEC Engineering Excellence Gala in April.

Four other students received $2,500 New York metro area scholarships: Leah McGovern ’19, sponsored by AKF Group LLC; Anton Paljusevic ’19, sponsored by Dagher Engineering, PLLC; Nicole Kaiser ’19, sponsored by HDR Scholarship; and Emily White ’19, sponsored by STV Group. Those students will have their scholarships presented to them at a metro meeting on May 22.

ACEC New York is a coalition of 270 firms representing every discipline of engineering related to the built environment — civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, environmental, geotechnical — and affiliated companies. The council weighs in on many important issues of our day, from infrastructure investment, efficient energy policy and alternative delivery systems to improving procurement practices.