2018 SIM Detroit STEM Scholarship for High School Seniors
SIM Detroit is happy to announce the winners of 2nd Annual SIM Detroit 2018 STEM Scholarship Program for current high school seniors for use in a Michigan-based STEM-related field of study in a four-year college or university or a two-year community college.
- Tyler LaMendola of Stoney Creek High School (University of Michigan).
- Miranda Mendoza of Eisenhower High School (University of Michigan).
- Shradha Reddy of Novi High School (University of Michigan).
- Saudia Tate of University Liggett School (Kalamazoo College).
- Justin Baker of Rochester High School (Michigan State University).
"Science and technology drive the global economy and modern society. Progress depends on our students pursuing STEM fields," said Mark Cybulski, former President of SIM Detroit. "We’re honored to do our part to support the next generation with our 2018 pledge, and look to expand in the future. We wish all of our applicants the best of luck in earning these scholarships towards their STEM-related degree."
2017 SIM Detroit STEM Scholarship for High School Seniors
The winners of the SIM Detroit inaugural SIM Detroit 2017 STEM Scholarship Program were:
- Jorge Acevedo of International Technology Academy (Pontiac).
- Nathan Li of Clarkston High School.
- Raahul Ravi of Troy High School.
- Arnav Ramu of Troy High School.
- Eric Smith of Lake Orion High School.
SIM Detroit was pleased to present the awards in person during the recent Midwest Technology Leaders symposium at The Henry on April 26th. Mr. Cybulski and SIM Education Committee chair Kiran Sekhri presented the awards to Nathan Li and Arnav Ramu.