The Michigan Society of Professional Engineers (MSPE) encourages high school seniors with talent and commitment to pursue an engineering degree. MSPE offers scholarships to students pursuing an engineering degree at an ABET-accredited college or university in Michigan. The scholarships are funded by the past and current generosity of individuals, leading companies and educational institutions. All scholarships are based on merit and are to be used toward tuition. Applicants must meet minimum criteria to qualify.

MSPE awards 2017 scholarships

MSPE recently awarded a total of $29,000 in scholarships to 21 deserving students. These students are attending 10 different ABET-accredited engineering programs in Michigan as a Freshmen this fall. The scholarship winners were chosen from applications submitted from throughout the State.

The following students have been awarded 2017 scholarships:
Krista Ash, Grand Valley State University
Hannah Kuperus, Kettering University
Allison Hurley, Kettering University (Harry R. Ball, PE, Scholarship)
Tanner Foley, Lawrence Technological University
Nicholas Arnold, Michigan State University
Abbegale Beacraft, Michigan State University
Emily LeBlanc, Michigan State University
Brett Hahne, Michigan State University
Kaylee Meyers, Michigan Technological University
Kyle Fetting, Saginaw Valley State University
Liam Spence, University of Michigan (Kenneth B. Fishbeck, PE, Scholarship)
Elizabeth Graham, University of Michigan (Hazel Quick, PE, Memorial Scholarship)
Mitchell Huang, University of Michigan (Charles B. Tiney Memorial Scholarship)
Julia Toye, University of Michigan
Joshua Woods, University of Michigan
Kelly Ni, University of Michigan (Ray Elliott Memorial Scholarship)
Michael Wolf, University of Michigan
Austin Xie, University of Michigan
Rebecca John, Wayne State University
Jonathon Scare, Western Michigan University