Eight Bagley students earn scholarships from the Mississippi Engineering Society

July 13, 2018

Eight students in the Bagley College of Engineering at Mississippi State University were recently selected as scholarship recipients by the Mississippi Engineering Society.

The winners include:

Ashley Winans – Ocean Springs, Miss.
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Active in MSU Shackouls Honors College, MSU Ballroom Dance Instructor and in 2013 received the Rotary Youth Leadership Award
Worked with Formula Society of Automotive Engineers (FSAE)
CO-OP work at Eaton Aerospace
Summer work at John C. Stennis Space Center

Awbrey Foster – Houston, Texas
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Active in Alpha Delta Pi, SWE (Society of Women Engineers), Engineers Without Borders, Daughters of the American Revolution
Summer work at Southern Nuclear Company
Summer work at the Institute of Systems Engineering Research

Brooks Haley – Hoover, Ala.
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Active in the Midwest Whitetail Pro Staff, Reformed University Fellowship, Intramural Sports and on the President’s list each year
Summer work at Brasfield and Gorrie General Contractors
Summer work at Defender Sports

Hannah Accardy – Grenada, Miss.
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Active in Gamma Beta Phi, Shackhoul’s Honors College, Mechanical Engineering Ladies Organization, Habitat for Humanity, MSU Club Ultimate Frisbee Team
CO-OP Program at Shaw Industries Group, Inc

Hannah Stealey – Diamondhead, Miss.
Major: Biomedical Engineering
Active in Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, SWE (Society of Women Engineers), Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) and Biological Engineering at MSU (BEAM)
Summer work at the University of Georgia in a Research Fellowship in Genetics
Undergraduate Research Assistant at MSU

Jami Daugherty – Bailey, Miss.
Major: Civil & Environmental Engineering
Active in American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), ASCE Concrete Canoe Team, was Captain of the Tennis Team at Meridian Community College
Summer work at State Games of Mississippi in Meridian, MS as Head Intern
Summer work at the Naval Air Station in Meridian, MS as Lead Lifeguard

Megan Parrish – McDonough, Ga.
Major: Chemical Engineering
Active in Omega Chi Epsilon (OXE) Honor Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Alpha Alpha Epsilon (AAE) Community College Engineering Society, Phi Theta Kappa Community College Honor Society
Summer work at Ergon Refining, Inc.
Undergraduate Research Assistant at MSU

Sheera Lum – Port Gibson, Miss.
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Active in SWE (Society of Women Engineers), Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Former member of Hinds Connection at Hinds Community College, Member of ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
Summer work at Eaton Aerospace
Work during school year as a Tutor for Engineering First-year Experience at MSU

The Bagley College of Engineering is online at www.bagley.msstate.edu and can be found on on FacebookTwitter, Instagram and YouTube at @msuengineering.

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By: Devin Edgar