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John W. Estey Outstanding PES Scholars 2013-2014

The IEEE Power & Energy Society is pleased to announce that seven (7) individuals have been identified as IEEE Power & Energy Society Scholarship Plus Initiative John W. Estey Outstanding PES Scholars for 2013-2014.

The 2013/14 PES Scholarship Plus Initiative John W. Estey Outstanding PES Scholars are:

Logan Brecklin, University of Wisconsin, Platteville – Region 4 (Mid-Western USA)

Logan is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with a double emphasis in Power & Energy and Controls with an expected graduation date in June 2014. He is currently serving as the President of the IEEE Eta Kappa Nu (HKN), Kappa Theta Chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. He has gained valuable profession experience while completing an internship at American Transmission Company.

Bridget Davis, Ohio Northern University – Region 2 (Mid-Atlantic USA)

Bridget is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in mathematics with an expected graduation date in June 2014. She has served as the President of the IEEE Student Branch at Ohio Northern University. As part of her Senior project, she has designed a solar power system for a missionary group in Haiti as part of a multidisciplinary team. She has gained valuable profession experience while serving as a student intern at American Electric Power since 2011.

Anthony Gaskill, Oklahoma State University – Region 5 (Southwest USA)

Anthony is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering with an expected graduation date in December 2014. He has served as the Secretary of the IEEE Student Branch at Oklahoma State University. He has gained valuable profession experience while serving as a student intern at American Electric Power since 2012.

Travis Kinney, Washington State University – Region 6 (Western USA)

Travis is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with an expected graduation date in June 2015. He transferred to the Washington State University after receiving his Associates degree from Centralia College. In addition to going to school, he has been working as an Engineering Intern at Lewis County Public Utility.

Sahil Maripuri, Northeastern University – Region 1 (Northeastern USA)

Sahil is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering (Power and Control Theory emphasis) with an expected graduation date in May 2014. He is a member of the IEEE Honor Society - IEEE Eta Kappa Nu (HKN). He has gained professional experience in working as an intern at General Electric and Teradyne.

Samantha McPeak, University of Alabama – Region 3 (Southeastern USA)

Samantha is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering (Power and Energy Systems emphasis) with an expected graduation date in May 2015. She is the Treasurer of the IEEE Student Branch at the University of Alabama and a member of the IEEE Honor Society - IEEE Eta Kappa Nu (HKN). She has gained professional experience working at Adtran Inc.

Kyle Mouratidis, The University of Calgary – Region 7 (Canada)

Kyle is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering with an expected graduation date in April 2014. He finds it most rewarding to work with renewable energy/energy storage, research, and to teach other students. He has gained professional experience working at ABB Corporate Research in Baden, Switzerland.

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