CECS recognizes donors and scholars with dinner at Henry Ford Estate
More than 100 guests attended the College of Engineering and Computer Science’s Donor/Scholar Recognition Dinner on Oct. 14 at the Henry Ford Estate.
The event was a celebration of recipients and donors of the College’s scholarships, including the Junge Family Endowed Scholarship, which provides a $2,000 per year award for two years for the total award of $4,000 for students studying for an undergraduate degree in either industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, and the Henry Patton Endowed Scholarship, a $1,000 to $5,000 award to students in electrical engineering or computer engineering from a bequest by Henry W. Patton II, founder of Acromag.
Dalia Kozman, an electrical engineering major who transferred to UM-Dearborn in Fall 2009, is a recipient of the Henry W. Patton Scholarship. She graduated from Al Qalb El Mukads Language School for Girls in Cairo and then attended Cairo University, studying electrical engineering. She is pictured with David Wolfe, CEO of Acromag.
Nigel Wu, a manufacturing engineering major experiencing his first semester on campus, is a recipient of a Junge Family Endowed Scholarship. He graduated from Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor and attended the U-M and Washtenaw Community College before transferring to UM-Dearborn. Wu is pictured with John Junge, president and CEO of All Star Inc.
Photographs by John Gambotto