Each year CMAA NCC takes time to recognize our scholarship winners at the Scholarship & Awards dinner with the who's-who of the AEC industry. To date, CMAA NCC has given over $50,000 in scholarships to our region's young scholars in the CM field.
We celebrated and recognized the 2020 CMAA NCC Scholarship Winners at our Virtual Ceremony on September 17th, from 5-7pmEST!
Our keynote speaker for the event was Michael Brennan, Ph.D., AIA, NCARB, the Executive Director for the Office of Construction and Facilities Management (CFM) at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Dr. Brennan's keynote address will discuss "Achieving the Strategic Vision for VA's Office of Construction and Facility Management - Construction Management's Role."
The 2020 CMAA NCC Scholarship Winners are:
Ph.D. candidate in Construction Engineering and Management at George Mason University
Junior at Virginia Tech majoring in Building Construction
Senior at Catholic University of America majoring in Civil Engineering
Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering at George Mason University
Graduate student in Architecture at the Catholic University of America
Ph.D. candidate focusing on safety elements in construction at George Mason University
The 2020 Scholarship Application Process is now closed. If you have any questions or are interested in applying next year, please call Will Cvengros, CCM at (443) 257-5045, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact CMAA National Capital Chapter for inquires about this year's celebration:
Alyanna Chiara Ting - BS Civil Engineering (Minor-Const. Manag.)
Daphrane Kristiane Lingan - BS Constr Management (Minor – Const. Manag.)
Lionel Kitio Donfack - Associate Construction Management
University of Maryland
Aldrich Reuel Raj Raja - ME Energy Systems Engineering (Minor-Project Manag.)
Virginia Tech University
Farnaz Khaghani - PhD Civil Engineering (Minor – Const. Eng. & Manag.)
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Carlos Avila - BS Construction Management Technology
George Mason University
Olugbemi Aroke - PhD Civil Engineering
(Minor – Const. Manag.)