Where are they now…
The 7X24 Exchange Rocky Mountain Chapter has awarded scholarships to numerous exceptional students who have gone on to achieve remarkable success. A few highlights from some of our awardees are listed below:
GRAHAM BRALY (2019 Award)
- The scholarship I received from the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the 7×24 Exchange helped me pursue my electrical engineering education, so that I can use the expertise I have gained to benefit other people through engineering. My interactions with members of the 7×24 Exchange granted me a better understanding of the critical importance of engineering reliable solutions that ensure the safety of the people and organizations those solutions serve. I will remember the generosity of, and the lessons I have learned from 7×24 Exchange members throughout my career in engineering.
BENJAMIN RAYMOND (2018 Award)
- NCAR Computational Information Systems Laboratory Recognition Award
- Co-author “Development of Flat Silicon-Based Mesh-Lens Arrays for Millimeter and Submillimeter Wave Astronomy” in the Journal of Low Temperature Physics.
- Accepted to CU Boulder Aerospace Engineering Master of Science program
- Intern at NASA Jet Propulsion Lab
- Research Assistant at CU Boulder Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
MADISON LE (2018 Award)
- 3rd Place Winner, Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Student Paper Competition “Quantifying Subgridding Errors when Modeling Multiscale Structures with FDTD”
- Mines Undergraduate Research Fellowship (MURF)
- Employed with First RF Corporation – Boulder, CO
BILL CICCONE III (2017 Award)
- Employed as Electrical Engineer at Renewable Energy Systems Americas, Inc.
BRIANA FARRIS (2016 Award)
- Design Engineer at EN Engineering, Inc.