Raleigh, NC (September 7, 2012) – The Board of Directors of the Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) is pleased to announce the award of scholarships to four doctoral students. A Riethmiller/PTR Baler and Compactor doctoral scholarship was given to Kaitlyn Sniffen, Drexel University. The Riethmiller scholarship is named in honor of current EREF Board member Robert J. Riethmiller and his company. Doctoral candidates Stephanie Bolyard, University of Central Florida, Grace Schwartz, Duke University and Paige Wilson, Colorado State University received EREF scholarships. The award of these four scholarships brings the total number of active EREF scholars to 12. This is the largest number of active scholars EREF has had in its history. Details on the new scholars and their topics of research are described below.
annual annual auction auction charity development education event fundraiser golf grants healthcare industry events intern las vegas auction material recovery facility networking newsletters non-profit organics management press release recycling regional summit safety scholarships solid waste student summit sustainability waste wasteexpo waste industry waste management waste management symposium website
Most Recent Posts
- 25 Years of the EREF Annual Charitable Auction
- How Much of Our Waste is Actually Recyclable?
- EREF Named Top-Tier Charity through GuideStar and Charity Navigator
- EREF Partners with the Ontario Waste Management Association to Introduce Silent Auction at the Canadian Waste & Recycling Expo
- Environmental Research & Education Foundation Issues Targeted Request for Pre-proposals Focused on Recycling