Alberto Kang, Civil Engineering student at UMKC’s School of Computing and Engineering, was announced as a winner of a $5000 scholarship from REMSA.
Kang, an active student at SCE, currently serves as the Vice President of both Chi Epsilon and Tau Beta Pi, and is also a member of the MSPE Student Chapter. In addition, Kang works 32 hours each week at Herzog Contracting, a general contractor and REMSA member company specializing in railroad construction.
REMSA, the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association, gives away seven scholarships each year, five $2000 scholarships, and two $5000 scholarships. To be eligible for the scholarships, applicants must be an employee, or a relative of an employee of a REMSA member company, be enrolled and in attendance at an accredited college or university, and demonstrate success in the previous year of study.
A list of the 2013 scholarship recipients, and more information about the scholarship program can be found on the REMSA website.