2021 Scholarship Winners

WTS-MN Graduate Scholarship - Oforiwaa Pee Agyei-Boakye - University of Minnesota Twin Cities

I am a PhD student at the University of Minnesota's department of Geography, Environment and Society. My research interests are focused on public transportation, climate change, sustainability and food security. Prior to starting my doctoral studies, I had a masters in City Planning with a concentration in sustainable transportation and infrastructure planning. I also worked as a Transportation Planner and MPO Coordinator.

Donna Allan Undergraduate Scholarship - Rachel Mummah - University of Minnesota Duluth

Rachel is a junior studying Accounting at the University of Minnesota Duluth. She is currently interning for WSB Engineering on the Project Controls team, tasked with financial management, scheduling, and analysis of transportation, municipal, and other projects throughout the organization. She is eager to continue her career in project management and analysis after graduating in May 2022.

Katherine Turnbull Scholarship - Emma Reinart - University of St. Thomas

Hello! My name is Emma, and I am a junior at the University of St. Thomas, studying Civil Engineering with a minor in Catholic Studies. My education has fostered growth in integrity as a student, in leadership, and in my appreciation for the unity of interdisciplinary knowledge. I am excited to pursue a career in Transportation engineering and apply my skills. I enjoy traveling, reading, running, brewing kombucha, and sewing.

Dan Meyers High School Scholarship - Eliana Storkamp - Minneapolis South High School

Hi, I am Eliana Storkamp! I go to South High School in Minneapolis. I am a captain of the Nordic Ski Team, and on varsity for swimming and Ultimate Frisbee. I am also a member of my school’s chapter of the National Honor Society. Next year I will be attending Northwestern University studying engineering. I am very interested in working on making transportation more environmentally friendly and efficient. I also hope to inspire younger generations, especially young women, to become engineers!