For about 30 years the Student Scholarship Program has been used to encourage students to learn about the SIA, take part in our conferences, and ultimately to become long-term members and leaders of the Society. This year’s recipients were:
Aurora Donoso-Sequeiros, a doctoral student at the University of Seville, Spain. Sequeiros presented a paper on her study of the Tharsis Sulphur & Copper Company Pier in Huelva, Spain.
Zach Liollio, a master’s degree candidate at the Citadel. Liollio presented his hands-on research into the processes behind hot riveting
Oscar Rodriguez Cavielles, a doctoral student at the National University of Distant Education of Spain who was then a Fulbright Scholar at Michigan Technological University. Cavielles presented a paper related to his dissertation on industrial heritage tourism in Spain.