Adam Minor Awarded with $4,000 Foundation of the Association of Energy Engineers Scholarship!
L to R: Jacqueline Stephens (KSU Construction Management Department Assistant Professor and AEE Atlanta Chapter Member), Adam Minor (Construction Management Major), Khalid Siddiqi (KSU Construction Management Department Chair)
The KSU chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) is pleased to announce that the 2018 – 2019 AEE KSU chapter president, Adam Minor, has been chosen to receive a $4,000 scholarship from the Foundation of the Association of Energy Engineers (FAEE)! Adam was awarded the Albert Thumann scholarship, a scholarship in which honors the late founder and Executive Director of the Association of Energy Engineers, Mr. Albert Thumann. This scholarship is regarded as the top honored scholarship the Foundation of the Association of Energy Engineers provides. Along with this scholarship, Adam has also been awarded with a one-year national AEE membership and the opportunity to attend the 2018 World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) conference and expo this October. Congratulations!
Not only does Adam excel academically, participate in extra-curricular activities and volunteers his time, he also plans on making positive impacts in the world by expanding his studies into energy efficiency and sustainability. Adam is a U.S. Marine Corps / Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran with a degree in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology from Lincoln Tech. Currently, he is working toward a Construction Management degree with a concentration in Land Development at Kennesaw State University.
KSU AEE is proud to have Adam as a member and our student chapter president as he is a true leader and ideal AEE student chapter member. We wish Adam all the best moving forward!