3M OH&ESD Presenting Four $5,000 Scholarships at AIHce
Four graduate students have been selected to receive scholarships in the company's 26th annual industrial hygiene scholarship presentation.
3M's Occupational Health & Environmental Safety Division will recognize four students and present them with $5,000 scholarships as winners of its 26th annual Industrial Hygiene Scholarship Program.
The four are:
- Xiaoxing Cui, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Jason Robert Kunz, University of Minnesota
- Jessica Breyan Mills, University of Iowa
- Boris Reiss, University of Washington
The scholarship program is an annual commitment to supporting outstanding students who are pursuing graduate degrees in IH at schools in the United States. Each winner receives the $5,000 scholarship and paid attendance to the 2012 American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition in Indianapolis. They were chosen by a selection committee of 3M OHESD management and 3M corporate industrial hygienists according to academic achievement, related work experience, and professional goals.
"We are continually impressed with the quality of applicants and submissions each year," said Nicole Vars McCullough, Ph.D., CIH, who is 3M Global Technical Service manager and won a 3M 1994 scholarship award.
3M is celebrating 40 years of safety leadership this year, showcasing its groundbreaking respiratory and hearing protection solutions introduced in 1972. Visit www.3M.com/PPESafety for information.