Sponsored by ExxonMobil, this scholarship is awarded to high-achieving undergraduate Black students enrolled in an accredited four-year college pursuing a degree in an engineering degree.
Michael Agoha is an ambitious student currently pursuing a degree in electrical engineering at Howard University. His commitment to making a positive impact in his community is evident in both his personal and academic endeavors. As a senior election electronics support specialist, Michael has demonstrated his technical skills and dedication to ensuring the smooth functioning of electoral processes. Beyond his professional pursuits, Michael takes pride in his roles as a brother, son, and friend, emphasizing the importance of meaningful relationships and connections. As a resident assistant, he provides guidance and support to fellow students, contributing to a positive living and learning environment. Additionally, Michael's involvement as an undergraduate researcher showcases his passion for advancing knowledge in the field of electrical engineering.
Ethan Morlu is pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology. As an Eagle Scout, Ethan has demonstrated leadership and perseverance, earning the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America. His experience as the Senior Patrol Leader during the challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic showcases his ability to adapt and lead his troop through transitions. Looking ahead, Ethan is eager to gain practical experience through a 9-week internship with Stantec over the summer of 2023. This opportunity will allow him to apply his engineering knowledge in a professional setting and further enhance his skill set. Furthermore, Ethan's involvement as a tournament manager for his high school wrestling team highlights his organizational skills and ability to manage personnel and resources effectively.
Ashley Redhead is currently attending Harvard College with a prospective major in Electrical Engineering. He is actively engaged in various academic and extracurricular activities that reflect his passion for technology and his commitment to making a positive impact. Ashley takes pride in his involvement with the Harvard College Consulting Group, where he hones his analytical and problem-solving skills by providing consulting services to clients. In addition, Ashley is a member of the Harvard Blockchain Club, which showcases his interest in emerging technologies and the Men’s Volleyball Club. Ashley is deeply interested in the technologies of the future such as Quantum Computing and Virtual Reality. In his spare time, Ashley works to teach primary school students application-based coding through a program that he developed