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Honda, Hispanic Scholarship Fund Reward 16 Students

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Hispanic Scholarship Fund American Honda and the Hispanic Scholarship Fund announced 16 winners of $5,000 in scholarship assistance at the Scholar Awards Breakfast in Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday.

These sixteen Latino undergraduate students were selected for their exemplary academic performance, interest in pursuing a career in science and engineering, and a working knowledge of the automotive industry. All students have a 3.0 grade point average or better and are pursuing degrees in either business administration, chemical, electrical, industrial, or mechanical engineering.

Here is the complete list of winners, via Honda:

Andre Marin, North Dakota State University – Electrical Engineering
Victor Rosario-Melendez, University of Puerto Rico – Mechanical Engineering
Jonathan Larrazabal, New Jersey Institute of Technology – Mechanical Engineering
Mark Kachelmyer, Texas A&M University – Engineering
Paige Sanchez, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University– Mechanical Engineering
Samy Amar, Stevens Institute of Technology – Mechanical Engineering
Maria Correa, St. Mary’s University – Industrial Engineering/Technology
Ernesto Covarrubias-Flores, Cal State Univ., Los Angeles – Mechanical Engineering
Alexander Oliva, Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Electrical Engineering
Spencer Hernandez, University of California – Irvine – Chemical Engineering
Esteban de la Torre, University of California – Davis – Electrical Engineering
Jeronimo Mora, University of California – Davis – Mechanical Engineering
Moses Kodur, University of California – San Diego – Chemical Engineering
Eduardo Aguirre, University of Texas – Arlington – Electrical Engineering
Alexandra Reyes, Texas Tech University – Petroleum Engineering
Alexander Guerra, University of Oklahoma – Mechanical Engineering

Congratulations to the worthy recipients!

Source: Honda