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Martin Nolan Wins ASHRAE Scholarship
Start: 01/08/09
End: 01/31/12

Martin-Nolan-wins-ASHRAE-ScholarshipMartin Nolan, a second-degree student majoring in mechanical engineering in The Grove School of Engineering, was awarded the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Frank M. Coda Memorial Scholarship for 2008. The scholarship, named in memory of a former ASHRAE executive vice president, carries a $5,000 stipend and is for one year. Mr. Nolan, who grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, was a certified public accountant before he chose to study engineering at CCNY. At the College he has worked as a research assistant in Professor Maribel Vazquez’ laboratory and is an active member of Engineers Without Borders, having served as fundraising and publicity chair and project manager for the club’s water system project in Nueva Suiza, Honduras. He has written articles about the Engineers Without Borders project for several trade journals. In accepting the award, he praised ASHRAE for being a “great bridge” between the school and the profession.
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