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Left: Zain Ahmad with Jeffrey R. Schreier, TTF Treasurer; Right: James Walsh with Richard L. Tomasetti, TTF Chairman

Thornton Tomasetti Foundation Awards Two Scholarships to New York University Students

New York, NY – March 29, 2012 - The Thornton Tomasetti Foundation recently awarded New York University $10,000 in scholarships for two students studying engineering and architecture. The scholarships, each worth $5,000, were awarded to students demonstrating exceptional ability and outstanding achievement in engineering, design and technology.

One scholarship was awarded to James Walsh, a senior in the Urban Design and Architecture Studies program at New York University’s College of Arts and Science, and the other went to Zain Ahmad, also a senior, who is majoring in civil engineering at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University.

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About The Thornton Tomasetti Foundation

The Thornton Tomasetti Foundation, a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization established in February 2008, has two primary missions including funding fellowships, scholarships and internships for undergraduate students, and those planning to pursue graduate studies in building engineering, design or technology and providing financial support for individuals and organizations pursuing philanthropic activities related to building engineering, design or technology. Key elements of the program are college scholarships, traveling internships, and grants to, and partnerships with nonprofit organizations.


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