The Appalachian College Association, through the National Science Foundation, has awarded three students at Alderson-Broaddus College STEM scholarships.
Brandon Cochran, Daniel Fultz, and Shannon Stewart each received $6,000 for their work.
Through a generous grant from the National Science Foundation, the Appalachian College Association is pleased to offer scholarships of $6,000 per academic year to students studying the natural sciences, technology, engineering or mathematics (or STEM) majors. As the recipient of a STEM scholarship, each student is responsible for attending the Student Summit in October and returning surveys to the ACA as required by NSF.
Cochran received the grant for research in solar energy for the A-B campus. He is a senior double majoring in environmental science and chemistry. He is from Clarksburg.
Fultz is a senior from Titusville, Pa., and is double majoring in biology and environmental science.
Stewart is a senior biology major who will be picking up a chemistry minor this year. She is also from Titusville, Pa.
More information on the STEM scholarship is available at www.acaweb.org.