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Clark School undergraduate and graduate students were selected for six of the 19 prestigious Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarships awarded by the American Helicopter Society in 2012, besting Georgia Tech, University of Michigan, Penn State,  University of Texas at Austin and Stanford in the award count. Our winners were:

  • James Black, Evan A. Fradenburgh Scholarship
  • Tejaswi Jarugumilli, Charles H. Kaman Scholarship
  • Juergen Rauleder, Dr. Richard M. Carlson Scholarship
  • Joseph Schmaus, John McLaughlin Scholarship
  • William Staruk, Dr. Richard M. Carlson Scholarship
  • Robert Vocke III, Evan A. Fradenburgh Scholarship


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