Strengthen the metal casting industry by supporting unique partnerships

The mission of the EEO to “strengthen the metal casting industry by supporting unique partnerships among students, educators and industry to help you be today’s students tomorrow’s leaders.” The foundation issued more than $ 30,000 per year in scholarships and grants for special undergraduate and graduate students interested in careers metal casting.
Thirteen industrial engineering student at Penn State were selected for scholarships from the Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF) for the academic year 2015-16 will.

“The FEF not only provides scholarships for our students, but also helps to mentoring, internships and full-time positions available in Pennsylvania and across the country,” said Robert Voigt, professor of engineering industry and the counselor faculty for discussion Penn State student of American Foundry Society (AFS). “Support our students the foundation for students, and for our initiatives metal casting at Penn State, is an integral part of our program’s success for more than 50 years.”

Students will be presented with their prizes at Metal Casting Banquet, hosted by the student chapter of AFS, on October 1 in Hotel Atherton.

The recipients are Penn State scholarships: Joshua Binder, Nikki Casasanto, Chetan Chimate, Devin Cole, Michael Delancey, Nicholas DeLong, Dika Handayani (graduate student), Samuel Kresky, Justin Lewis, Thomas Misiak, Tyler Sullivan, Paul Wright and Gregory Zuber.

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