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NAAMLP SCHOLARSHIP

Are you planning a career in mine land reclamation?

Scholarships are available from the National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs. Click on the link below for details and application.

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

 

2013 Scholarship Winners

The recipient for the eastern states is Jessica Odenheimer. Ms. Odenheimer graduated from Virginia Tech in 2011 with a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Science. At this time, she is working on her Masters in Science at West Virginia University. She looks forward to a career in reclamation lands affected by past mining.

The western winner of the 2013 NAAMLP scholarship is Rachel Powel. Ms. Powel graduated from the University of New Mexico in May 2012. Her field of study was Environmental Science where she received a Bachelors of Science. Presently, she is working on the Masters of Science in Civil Engineering with emphasis in Environmental Engineering at the University of New Mexico. She is looking forward to a career in protecting the land by finding better ways to extract minerals during mining.

The Mid-Continent Recipient is Katherine Stockdale. Ms. Stockdale is a second year senior attending Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri. She is currently studying to complete her degree in Geological Engineering with minors in Biology, Geology, and Explosives. She would like to pursue a career in mine reclamation by working for a consulting company as a reclamation engineer.

 

Past Scholarship Winners

YEAR
EAST
WEST
2008 Marlene Hanabeck Heather Luinstra
2009 Colleen Kenny Melinda Parsons
2010 Angela Moyer Casey Clark
2011 Calene Thomas Everett Brill
2012 Evan Thibaud Ashley Hodgson