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Seven students entering groundwater-related fields of study received up to $4,000 each
The National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation has awarded $20,000 to seven students from its Len Assante Scholarship Fund.
Each of the scholarship recipients are entering a field of study that serves, supports or promotes the groundwater professions.
William Reichart III of Hanover, Pa., received $4,000 with the Past President’s Award — the top scholarship presented to the most qualified of the applicants. Reichart is undecided about which college or university he will attend.
The other recipients are:
Norman Harris IV of Gilford, N.H., received $4,000 for the Ora Lyons Scholarship, named in honor of a former distinguished National Ground Water Assn. member. Harris is attending Worchester Polytechnic Institute;
William Pearson of Lake City, Mich., received $3,000. Pearson is attending Michigan Technological University;
Thomas Palmieri of Covina, Calif., received $3,000. Palmieri is attending the University of Southern California;
Erik Cadaret of Trabuco Canyon, Calif., received $3,000. Cadaret is attending California State University, Fullerton;
Sebastian Teas of Zanesville, Ohio, received $2,000. Teas is attending Muskingum University; and
Bryce Kober of Kansas City, Mo., received $1,000. Kober is attending the University of Missouri.