ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The Adhesive and Sealant Council is awarding a total of $7,000 in scholarships to five students pursuing science or business degrees.
The scholarship program dates to 2017 and was established in memory of Gene Simmons, described by the council as "one of the industry's most experienced, knowledgeable and respected pressure sensitive adhesive formulators."
The scholarship, made possible by donations, was started with the support of Simmons' wife, Irene, and Evans Adhesive.
This year's scholarship winners are:
- Matthew Han, a senior at Boston College pursing a double major in chemistry and economics, $2,000.
- Matthias White, a senior at University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a major in management and a minor in economics, $1,500.
- Aliah Hasna, a junior at Seton Hall University pursuing a degree in chemistry, $1,500.
- Reagan Hubbard, a sophomore with junior standing at University of Wisconsin-Madison, pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering and a certificate in international engineering, $1,000.
- Jack Koch, a junior at Union College pursuing degrees in managerial economics and Spanish and Hispanic studies, $1,000.
More information about the ASC Scholarship Program is available at ascouncil.org/scholarships.