Saint Martin's engineering students receive scholarships

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Lacey - Two Saint Martin’s College students have received scholarships to help with their engineering studies.

Jessica Schadt, salutatorian of the college’s class of 2004 and an Olympia resident, is the recipient of a $1,000 Douglas P. Daniels/Coral Sales Scholarship. She recently completed her bachelor of science in civil engineering degree and has enrolled in the college’s Master of Civil Engineering Program. Schadt, who works for Sargent Engineering, also received the Saint Martin’s College School of Engineering’s Civil Engineering Student Award for 2003-04. Her scholarship is one of several nationwide awarded by civil engineer Douglas Daniels, principal of Coral Sales Co., a Milwaukee, Ore.-based firm that specializes in highway hardware.

Andrew Albertson, a Lacey resident and graduate of Timberline High School, is the recipient of a $1,000 Brian F. Doolin Aerospace Scholarship. Albertson, who is a mechanical engineering major, expects to graduate in May 2006. Doolin, is a Saint Martin’s alumnus and a retired engineer who worked with NASA on the agency’s space program.

For more information:
Anthony de Sam Lazaro
Dean, School of Engineering

Deanna Partlow
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