Mississippi State students from Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee are receiving 2014-15 building construction science scholarships.
Part of the university's College of Architecture, Art and Design, building construction science is one of only two such studio-based programs in the nation. Its interdisciplinary curriculum in business, engineering, and construction sciences prepares MSU graduates for careers in construction or construction-related fields.
This year's group includes, by hometown:
FAIRHOPE, Ala.--Senior Savannah M. Harvey, receiving a $5,000 Hearin Foundation Scholarship, as well as the renewal of a $1,000 scholarship sponsored by Boral Bricks. She is the daughter of Bobby and Debbie Harvey and a Fairhope High School graduate.
FRANKLIN, Tenn.--Incoming freshman Jansen C. Fuller, the son of Ernie and Jana Fuller, receiving the $1,000 Kline Mechanical Systems Annual Scholarship; sophomore Owen A. McVitty, the son of Jim and Alicia McVitty, receiving the $1,000 Associated Builders and Contractors Scholarship; and senior Allie N. Salas, the daughter of Michael and Sherrie Salas, receiving a $5,000 Hearin Foundation scholarship. All graduated from Centennial High School.
FULTON--Sophomore Tanner C. Wallace, receiving the $1,000 Chip and Jennifer Crane Endowed Scholarship. He is the son of Ted and Carol Wallace and an Itawamba Agricultural High School graduate.
SUWANEE, Ga.--Senior Garrett Little, receiving the $4,000 Brislin Inc. Annual Scholarship. He is the son of Chris and Rebecca Little and a Lambert High School graduate.
For more about building construction science at MSU, visit www.caad.msstate.edu.
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