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David Hauth is a senior in AEM and is one of 18 students in the world to receive the Innovators scholarship

   

Honeywell announced the first recipients of its new Innovators Scholarship, a program that seeks to assist students in two important ways: by providing outstanding students with the financial and academic resources to complete their final year of undergraduate or graduate studies and, through a distinctive internship program, mentor these individuals with a paid internship at a Honeywell facility.

David Hauth a senior student at University of Minnesota, is one of only eight students in the United States, and one of only 18 in the world, selected to participate in this prestigious program.  David began his paid Honeywell internship in May at Honeywell’s Aerospace business located in Phoenix, AZ and in September will receive his academic scholarship.

“Honeywell’s Innovators Scholarship Program is truly unique, not just in its ability to provide financial support to talented students such as David,” said Honeywell Senior Vice President of Technology and Operations Larry Kittelberger,” but because it goes a step further, allowing them to explore and test-drive potentially successful career paths at Honeywell over the summer months.”

The Innovators Scholarship Program is designed to support the leading innovators of tomorrow: undergraduate or graduate students currently enrolled in a degree program in the sciences, technology or engineering who will enter their final year of study during the second half of 2007.  To be eligible for the scholarship program, students must demonstrate a superior academic ability (top 25% of major class), as well as leadership and community service qualities outside the classroom.
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In addition to a monetary award of $10,000 USD to offset tuition costs and/or other education-related expenses, awarded upon satisfactory completion of the Honeywell internship, Honeywell

Innovators receive an educationally enriching internship experience.  Student interns are
assigned to a project team under the direction of a Honeywell supervisor and participate in carefully selected projects of significance that are aligned with Honeywell’s business targets.

For more information on scholarships, visit AEM's internship resource page.

For additional information about the Honeywell Innovators Scholarship Program and how to apply, please visit the Honeywell University Relations website at www.honeywell.com/careers/innovators_program.html
 
Release courtesy of Honeywell International

 


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