Four Roane State Community College students have received NASA scholarships worth up to $5,000 to support their pursuit of degrees in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) fields.
NASA provided funding for the scholarships through a $499,689 grant it awarded to the Tennessee Community College Space Grant Consortium. Roane State, Cleveland State Community College, Columbia State Community College, Northeast State Community College, and Pellissippi State Community College are part of the consortium.
The recipients are Nikolaos Tsiamis of Oak Ridge (mechatronics), Kassie Kibler of LaFollette (chemistry), Kayley Hicks of Kingston (biology), and Nathan Landers of Andersonville (mechatronics).
To learn more about STEM majors at Roane State, visit roanestate.edu/stem.
This press release was submitted by Owen Driskill.
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