Clark School Students Take Off

Clark School Students Take Off

Clark School Students Take Off

Ten Clark School aerospace engineering students have won the prestigious 2011 Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarship. Clark School students made up more than half of the awardees. The VFF award winners will be honored at the AHS 67th Annual Forum & Technology Display banquet, which will take place on Wednesday, May 4, at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach.

The Clark School's winners are:

B.S. Category:

  • Elena Shrestha

  • Sean Peterson Symon

M.S. Category:

  • Erica Grace Hocking

  • Graham Bowen-Davies

  • Elizabeth Alice Weiner

Ph.D. Category:

  • Ryan Michael Robinson

  • Benjamin Otto Berry

  • Andrew Becnel

  • Chen Friedman

  • Anish Sydney

For more information about the Vertical Flight Foundation, visit the website: http://www.vtol.org/vff.html

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April 11, 2011


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