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ACEC-RI Academic Scholarships

2021 Scholarship Application Information

2021 Scholarship Criteria   |   Application Procedures   |   2021 ACEC-RI Scholarship Application

Deadline to Apply: January 5, 2022

2020 ACEC-RI Academic Scholarship

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Rhode Island, a professional association representing forty-eight engineering firms doing business in Rhode Island, presented a total of $12,500 in academic scholarships in January 2022. The five awards of $2,500 each were presented to the following students:

This annual scholarship is awarded for academic achievement, related work experience, extracurricular activities, and community involvement to full-time students enrolled in an engineering program that has been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET-EAC.)

Originally founded as the Rhode Island Consulting Engineers (RICE), ACEC-RI is a member organization of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC.) The organization’s objective is to promote the business and professional interests of the engineering community. The Rhode Island member firms are committed to encouraging students to pursue an engineering education. In support of that goal, they have been rewarding academic scholarships to deserving engineering students for 29 years with a cumulative total of approximately $184,000.

This year we received twenty-five very strong applications to consider. I believe that far exceeds the number of applications we have received any other year. The accomplishments in the classroom and the extracurricular activities that they all take part in are outstanding. I believe the average GPA of all twenty-five applicants was around a 3.7. Needless to say, the selection of the winners by the reviewers was not an easy task as all the applicants were more than deserving.

This year’s recipients were

Our first recipient is:

  • Logan Beattie - Logan is currently a Junior at the University of Rhode Island. Logan is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering with a minor in both Environmental Engineering and Sustainability.

  • Anna Cetera - Anna is a Junior at the University of Rhode Island studying for a double major: Biomedical Engineering and Spanish.

  • Wallace Heller. - Wally is a Sophomore studying Computer Engineering at the University of Virginia.

  • Daniel Mullaney - Dan is a Junior at the University of Rhode Island. Daniel is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering.

  • Kamil Obrycki - Kamil is a Junior at University of Rhode Island. Kamil is studying Chemical Engineering in the pharmaceutical track.


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