ASHRAE recently announced the recipients of 14 scholarships totaling $48,000 for the 2002-03 academic year. The students, all pursuing courses leading to a career within the HVAC/R industry, received the following undergraduate ASHRAE scholarships: Reuben Trane Scholarships: Daniel Wong, San Jose State University, majoring in mechanical engineering; Rebecca Rigsby, Oklahoma Christian University, majoring in mechanical engineering; and Mason McPike, Kansas State University, majoring in architectural engineering, each received a two-year $5,000 per year scholarship. The following one-year $3,000 scholarships were awarded the Henry Adams Scholarship: Rebecca Mittel, Pennsylvania State University, architectural engineering. Duane Hanson Scholarship: Jared Sheeks, California Polytechnic State University, majoring in mechanical engineering. Alwin B. Newton Scholarship: Jaclyn Ambrocik, Pennsylvania State University, majoring in architectural engineering. Donald E. Nichols Scholarship: Mark Spence, Tennessee Technological University, majoring in electrical engineering. ASHRAE Region IV Benny Bootle Scholarship: Craig Willis, Mercer University, majoring in mechanical engineering. ASHRAE Region VIII Scholarship: Radovan Kuzet, University of Texas - Pan American, majoring in electrical engineering. ASHRAE Scholarships: Aimee Nagy, Tri-State University, majoring in mechanical engineering, and Hei Yin Chow, California Polytechnic State University, majoring in mechanical engineering. Memorial Scholarship: Anthony Wilborn, Southern University and A&M College, majoring in electrical engineering. Bachelor Engineering Technology Scholarship: Paul Lenihan, Pennsylvania State University, majoring in mechanical engineering technology. Associate Engineering Technology Scholarship: Julie Renee Edwards, Pennsylvania State University, majoring in architectural engineering building environmental systems technology option. ASHRAE also has established a new scholarship, the ASHRAE J. Richard Mehalick Scholarship, which is available to a qualified undergraduate mechanical engineering student enrolled at the University of Pittsburgh. For more information, visit ASHRAE Online at www.ashrae.org/STUDENT/scholar.htm.