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Actively pursue the educational aspects of the engineering profession, with emphasis on mentoring, student scholarships, and continued professional development of its membership.� Seek to influence the direction and content of engineering, architecture, and technical education to achieve an appreciation of the requirements of military engineering.


Are you suffering from sticker shock?� You may be, if you're shopping for higher education.� Here are the average costs to attend college today (per Wired Scholar Website):

Cost per year?

Here's where our organization can help.� It is the intent of the Kittyhawk Post to grant scholarships annually to encourage students to pursue careers in the fields of engineering, science, architecture and engineering management.� The program is designed to cover all levels of post-high-school education to included associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degrees.� The number and value of scholarships may vary from year to year, but the goal of the program is to provide at least one scholarship for each of the programs.� The number and value of scholarships awarded may vary from year to year with a goal of awarding at least one scholarship in each of the categories as outlined below.� The Executive Board of the Kittyhawk Post will determine the number and value of scholarships and report the goals to the scholarship committee by December of each year.

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2003 winners�Ryan Lester from Northmont High School and Nhu-Y Dao from Wayne High School won Barnes Scholarships and were awarded $1500 each to help with their college expenses. Congratulations! The competition was fierce.

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Science Fair

Each year the Kittyhawk Post gives two awards at the West District Science Day.� One award is given to the best environmental science project.� This environmental award is dedicated in memory of Eric Su Yong, Son of Lt Col (Retired) and Mrs. Mark Goltz.� Dr. Goltz teaches environmental engineering at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) and has been an active member of SAME for several years.

Event Flyer
Judge's Welcome Letter
Judge's Schedule
Role of the Judges
Judging Worksheet

The winners for their exceptional work at the 2003 West District Regional Science Fair were Rachel Paietta, 11th grader at Carroll High School, with "Isolation and Characterization of Pentachlorophenol-Degrading Bacteria" and Andrew Mizener, 11th grader at Lehman Catholic High School, with "Verifying the Formula for Aerodynamic Drag in Miniature."� Each was presented a $200 savings bond.� Congratulations!

GEEM Award

The Post annually presents an award to the graduate of the Air Force Institute of Technology's Engineering and Environmental Management Program who best exemplifies academic achievement, leadership, and character.� The 2003 award winner was Captain Edward J. Liberman.� Congratulations!

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