December 04, 2012
Jennifer Hasamear

SLU, Boeing Announce 2012-13 Boeing BOLD Scholarship Recipients

The scholarship program offers business, engineering, mathematics and computer science students the opportunity to receive assistance and mentoring from Boeing employees.

Saint Louis University and the Boeing Company are pleased to announce the 2012-2013 recipients of the Boeing BOLD Scholarship.

The Boeing BOLD (Boeing Opportunity for Leadership Development) Scholarship program offers a unique opportunity for Saint Louis University students to receive assistance and mentoring from Boeing to become the next leaders in the global workforce.

"The Boeing BOLD scholarship and its recipients are one of the many strands that link our educational programs to marketable and business relevant degrees," said Theodosios Alexander, Sc.D., dean of Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology. "This kind of partnership with industry and students is an essential element in the pursuit of educational excellence, and for identifying those students who are likely to be among the leaders of tomorrow."

These scholarships are available to students, majoring in either business, engineering, mathematics or computer science; and have declared a secondary major, minor or certificate in another of the above four areas. Preference is given to students who have formally declared their major.

Recipients must also have the potential to make a significant contribution to the University's goal of providing a culturally, professionally and ethnically diverse learning environment.

"Leadership capabilities are critical to future Boeing business growth," said Cindy Malawy, vice president of marketing and higher education liaison with the Boeing Company.

"The development of future leaders is a priority for our University engagements. We are pleased that the BOLD Scholars program supports this priority."

The Spring 2013 recipients are:

College of Arts and Sciences:

  • John Calvin
  • John Dulle
  • Jacob Fussell
  • Wesley Gardner
  • Margaret Hock
  • Shiyang Huang
  • Erin Kofron
  • Krunal Shah
  • Adekemi Sodamade
  • Nicholas Walker

Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology

  • Zlatomira Atanasova
  • David Balassi
  • James Canning
  • Christopher Faudree
  • Matthew Genova
  • Safi Islam
  • Mary Jennerjohn
  • Brendan McDermott
  • Annie Radville
  • Ross Santee

John Cook School of Business:

  • Thuy Bui
  • Richa Gupta
  • Barrett Lanham
  • Gabrielle Madigan
  • Diane Reilly
  • David Rutledge
  • Stephanie Sanchez
  • Eric Stoddard
  • Claire Tessier
  • Rebekah Zilz
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