Both winners of Asco Numatics’ Industrial Automation Engineering Scholarships are studying for bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering.
Michael J. Denk of Milwaukee and Bradley A. Perry of Kirtland, Ohio, will
each receive a $5,000 scholarship. Additionally, Asco Numatics, Florham Park,
N.J., will make $1,000 grants to the engineering departments at the schools at
which Denk and Perry are enrolled: Milwaukee’s Marquette University and Miami’s
University of Miami.
“Asco Numatics recognizes that it is today’s engineering students that will
lead the charge in solving tomorrow's engineering challenges,” said Robert W.
Kemple Jr., executive vice president of sales and marketing, Americas.