Chantilly, Virginia – Integrity Applications Incorporated (IAI) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2011 Integrity Applications Incorporated Scholarship Fund award. Congratulations to Rebecca Taylor of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Brenton Grundman of Colorado Springs, Colorado who are both recipients of a $5,000 scholarship from IAI to pursue first year studies in science, technology engineering or math at a four year college or university of their choice. Ms. Taylor will attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology this fall where she will pursue studies in chemistry and biology. Mr. Grundman will attend the Colorado State University College of Engineering with plans to study medical engineering and electrical engineering in the fall. Eleven children of IAI employees made application for the Integrity Applications Incorporated Scholarship Fund in 2011.
“In its first year, we were very pleased to see scholarship fund applications from so many talented and bright high school students,” said Joseph L. Brickey, Chairman and CEO of IAI. “Careers in science, technology, engineering and math are important for the U.S. to maintain its economic leadership in the global economy. IAI will continue to offer the Integrity Applications Incorporated Scholarship Fund in future years with the hope that it will encourage the children of IAI employees to become our next generation of engineers and scientists. For our 2011 applicants and scholarship award recipients, we wish them all the best during their college years and we are excited about their future contributions to our communities and to our nation.”
The Integrity Applications Incorporated Scholarship Fund is administered by the Center for Scholarship Administration. The scholarship fund targets high school seniors planning to graduate in the spring of the year application is made and provides the son and the daughter of an active IAI employee with a non-renewable scholarship award in the amount of $5,000 to pursue advanced education in science, technology, engineering or math at a four year college or university selected by the scholarship recipient.