Red Wolf Reliability College Scholarship
Red Wolf Reliability is offering two college scholarships, in the amount of $5,000 each, to Engineering students in the Rocky Mountain and Gulf regions of the US graduating in 2023.
Red Wolf Reliability recognizes that education and training is a vital cornerstone in the innovation of tomorrow’s engineering and we want support the future of our industry.
Applications due by June 17, 2022.
Congratulations to our two scholarship recipients for 2021.
Tess Hamilton: Gulf Coast Recipient
Tess will be graduating from Louisiana Tech University in the Spring of 2022 with plans to earn her masters in biomedical engineering in her fifth year at Tech. Tess is the President of the Society of Women Engineers, Vice-President of Tau Beta Pi, Secretary of the Biomedical Engineering Club, Member of Alpha Epsilon Delta and Alpha Ete Mu Beta (Biomedical Honor Society).
Niko Landin: Rocky Mountain Recipient
Niko will be graduating from Colorado State University in the Spring of 2022. Niko will graduate with a degree in mechanical engineering and plans to pursue a career in energy systems. Niko has worked with Catepillar Inc. working in the gas engines and alternative fuels group. He is also involved with CSU Fly Fishing Club, Aggies off-road racing and development and Food Bank of the Rockies for Larimer County.