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Promoting Diversity and Inclusion: Cuono Engineering's 2nd Annual STEM Scholarship

We are thrilled to announce that Cuono Engineering has awarded its 2nd Annual STEM Scholarship to Nabiha Metla, a senior at The Ursuline School in New Rochelle, New York. Our Senior Associate, Karen Vaughan, had the honor of presenting Nabiha with the award at the Graduation Liturgy on Wednesday, May 29th. 


Nabiha is a shining example of excellence in STEM education. She will be studying Computer Science at Barnard College and has ambitious plans to pursue an M.A in Electrical Engineering at Columbia University as part of a 4+1 Pathway in Engineering Program following her undergraduate degree. Nabiha is also a National Merit Commended Scholar, demonstrating her outstanding academic achievements.

 

Our STEM Scholarship was established last year with the goal of promoting diversity and supporting young women who are passionate about pursuing a career in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics field. We believe it is vital to address the challenges that women in STEM still face, from gender bias to lack of representation in leadership roles. Initiatives like our scholarship play a crucial role in supporting and empowering the next generation of women in STEM.



By investing in Nabiha's education and providing her with opportunities for growth and development, we are not only supporting her individual journey but also paving the way for a more diverse and inclusive STEM industry. Nabiha's dedication and passion for STEM make her a deserving recipient of our scholarship, and we have no doubt that she will make significant contributions to the field in the future.

 

Congratulations, Nabiha, on this well-deserved honor! We are excited to see all that you will accomplish as you continue your studies and embark on your journey in the world of STEM. And to all young women considering a career in STEM, remember that the possibilities are endless, and your potential is limitless. Keep pursuing your dreams and breaking barriers – the future of STEM is brighter with you in it.



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