Engineers among four CWRU students selected as Gates Millennium scholars
A pair of first-year students, a PhD candidate and an online master’s student at Case Western Reserve University were selected as Gates Millennium scholars.
The Gates Millennium program selects 1,000 African-American, American-Indian/Alaska Native, Asian Pacific Islander-American or Hispanic-American students each year to receive a good-through-graduation scholarship at any college or university of their choice.
Unique Luna, a fifth-year PhD student in macromolecular science and engineering, and Sylvester Amponash, a first-year student leaning toward an electrical engineering major, are among the winners.
Read more about Luna, Amponash and the other winners—Ellen Essien, a first-year student studying biology and medical anthropology, and Michael Xavier Gonzales, who is earning a master’s of science in medical physiology online.