The First of Many
Here is the first class of scholarship recipients from the largest endowment in NDSU’s history, donated by Doosan and Bobcat Company. The company’s gift of $3 million was matched by the state of North Dakota, adding $1.5 million to create an endowment that will distribute about $180,000 in scholarships per year in perpetuity. The scholarships go to students in STEM — science, technology, engineering and mathematics. As Rich Goldsbury, president of Doosan and Bobcat Company, says: “STEM-related fields help fuel innovation, which is exactly what we need to move our businesses and communities forward.”
Congratulations to the students and thank you to Doosan and Bobcat Company and the state of North Dakota.
From left to right:
Alex Tostenson mechanical engineering Perham, Minn.
Alex Johnson mechanical engineering Circle Pines, Minn.
Danielle Girtz industrial engineering and management Becker, Minn.
Samuel Pasco mechanical engineering Hutchinson, Minn.
Amber Pliscott Electrical engineering Osceola, Wis.
Calvin Aichele ag and biosystems engineering Beulah, N.D.
Makala Simon civil engineering St. Augusta, Minn.
Jack Baker computer science, Kasson, Minn.
Jackson Kimball computer science, Osage, Minn.
Justin Sawatzke computer science, Annandale, Minn.