Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories is encouraging engineers to focus on the power and energy industry, which is facing challenges such as making renewable energy sources cost effective and stepping into the shoes of retiring engineers. One way to address this challenge is to recognize new talent, and with this scholarship SEL celebrates the following individuals as one of the most promising engineers in the United States and in North America. Below are the students who have been selected as Schweitzer Meritorious Scholars by IEEE region, including their names, schools and expected graduation year.

Region 1

  • Daniel Galy - Clarkson University, 2014
Region 2
  • Shauna Walters - Drexel University, 2015
Region 3
  • Turner Cotterman - Clemson University, 2015
  • Jennifer Little - Clemson University, 2014
  • Thomas Ryan- Clemson University, 2015
Region 4
  • Keith Hand - Illinois Institute of Technology, 2015
  • Dennis Latyshev - Michigan Technological University, 2016
  • Myder Vang - Michigan Technological University, 2015
Region 5
  • William Duren - Kansas State University, 2015
  • Cecilia Klauber - Baylor University, 2014
  • Joshua Loyd - Kansas State University, 2015
  • Shae Pelkowski - Kansas State University, 2014
  • Jesus Sanchez - Kansas State University, 2014
Region 6
  • Isaac Cowger - University of Idaho, 2013
  • Gwendolyn Crabtree - Washington State University, 2014
  • Terra Donley - Gonzaga University, 2013
  • Sean Murphy - Portland State University, 2016
  • Ryan Oliver - University of Idaho, 2014
  • Douglas Rapier - Washington State University, 2014
  • David Ritter - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, 2016
  • Chris Rusnak - Washington State University, 2014