The Edward D. Ebert Scholarship
To recognize the outstanding General Engineering student based upon academic accomplishment in the freshman year.
Upon graduation, Edward Ebert joined the Bethlehem Steel Co. as a civil engineer doing design and fabricating work. He left in 1945 for military service in the Corps of Engineers at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, and was there until the fall of 1946 when he joined the faculty as an instructor. He was promoted to professor in 1964, and retired in May 1978.
In addition to teaching the graphics courses in General Engineering, he also taught surveying in the summer camps conducted by the Department of Civil Engineering. In the early 1960's, he assumed the responsibilities as chief advisor for general engineering students.
Past Recipients of the Award:
|2008||John P. Sarsfield|