➜ Hazel-Lyn Jarquio
has received a scholarship from the Westin Princeville Ocean Resort
Villas. A senior at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, she plans to
study nursing at the graduate level.
➜ Pre-college member Rosalie Fish,
a senior at the Muckleshoot Tribal School in Auburn, Wash., was named
the CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week last October by the
Seattle Seahawks and CenturyLink. Students are chosen based on their
leadership in athletics, academics, and community action.
➜ A team of three high school students — Myra King, Nahida Smith, and Breana Bitsinne
— designed a robot that earned the right to compete in last summer’s
First Global Challenge, an international robotics competition in Mexico
City that draws nearly 200 teams. The students are from the remote small
town of Navajo Mountain, Utah, and their teacher is Heather Anderson.
➜ Olivia Mathison
was part of a team that won a nationwide award in innovative green
stormwater infrastructure implementation. She is a member of the Puget
Sound Professional Chapter.
The generosity of our Full Circle of Support (FCS) Partners and
Circle of Support Partners is integral to the AISES mission. FCS
Partners are organizations that have established a multiprogram
partnership with AISES for three or more years, while Circle of Support
Partners assist in funding a diverse range of programs and events in the
STEM fields. We wish to thank each for their continued effort to serve
AISES student and professional members.