Enbridge Inc. provided scholarship to College of Engineering at Tennessee State University to support our top engineering students. In 2022-2023, the college has recommended two top students for this scholarship award:  Tupac Moseley and Haviah Akachukwu. Each of them received $2500 scholarship. Congratulations to Tupac and Haviah. Haviah is Mechanical Engineering senior student. She serves as ASME Student Chapter President and led Engineering Week in 2023. She has experience doing research under the DOE/NNSA MSIPP PRE-CCAP research group at Tennessee State University where she did research on “ Understanding the Flow of Microfiber DIW Epoxies through a 3D printing nozzle“. She is a member of the USDA TSU scholar group where she is currently participating in a project on Designing a DERMS that manages the output or consumption of BTM devices, and is a member of one of the two teams going to represent TSU in the USDA WERC Design contest in April. She is also a member of other organizations including ASHRAE, NSBE, SWE,AEI, and Golden Key Honors. Havilah has received multiple scholarships or awards from organizations such as ASME, Turner Construction, USDA, and TSU college of engineering. This year, she led in the organization of the 2023  TSU college of engineering’ Engineers Week. She also attended the 2023 BEYA conference. Tupac is Electrical Engineering senior student. He serves IEEE Student Chapter President. During the previous fall semester, he attended the trip to the Valero Refinery in Memphis, TN to help represent for TSU, attended the visit from EPRI, NES, TVA for GridEd in the Tiger Institute, and represented for the EECE department for the Fall Internship & Information Session TableTop. Along with 50 TSU engineering students, he  attended the 2023 BEYA conference and have been able to help put on the EECE/IEEE-led event for Engineering Week and attended some of the events throughout Engineering week. Thanks for Enbridge Support to TSU!

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