(Yannick Kouaho and William Lewis, received tuition scholarships totaling $5,000)
Alabama State University had two of its students win prestigious scholarships from the Lockheed Martin-New York Life Foundation, which was awarded by the Alabama Technology Foundation.
ASU students Yannick Kouaho and William Lewis (holding awards in photo above), received tuition scholarships totaling $5,000 for the Fall semester of 2015.
Kouaho, a senior, and Lewis, a sophomore, received the scholarships for their outstanding academic performance in technology-based majors; both students are pursuing a degree in computer science.
“All recipients have excelled in the classroom as well as in various leadership roles. We accomplish our mission by fostering close relationships between Alabama’s academic, industrial and government communities in areas that relate to the development of a skilled I.T. workforce. One of our primary vehicles is scholarships with local colleges and universities,” said Rob Pirnie, president, Alabama Technology Foundation (ATF).
About The Alabama Technology Foundation
The ATF is a nonprofit, volunteer organization headquartered in Montgomery. It operates statewide to position both the state of Alabama and the River Region as a leader in the information technology field.
For more information on this scholarship, please contact Rob Pirnie at Scholarships@AlabamaTechnologyFoundation.org.
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Alabama State University was the Tom Joyner Foundation’s October 2014 School of The Month