2017 Ernie Jones Scholarship Recipient Announced

University of Evansville student Elyse Massey earns scholarship
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FORTH WORTH, Texas � TheTower Family Foundationand theNational Association of Tower Erectorshave announced that Elyse Massey has earned the 2017 Ernie Jones Memorial Civil Engineering Scholarship. Massey is a junior civil engineering major at the University of Evansville in Evansville, Ind.

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In addition to her studies, Massey serves as the secretary of the student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers and is the captain and lead designer for this year�s Aces Steel Bridge team at her school.

The scholarship is named after Ernie Jones, who worked as a structural engineer for 30 years before passing away in 2015 after a fall while inspecting a tower.

The Ernie Jones Scholarship provides a $2,500 scholarship annually to a junior or senior level civil engineering student at the University of Evansville�s College of Engineering and Computer Science.

NATE awarded Massey the scholarship during the NATE Awards Luncheon at NATE UNITE 2017.


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