Alexander earns elite scholarship


Austin Alexander is presented his award at a banquet March 4 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Austin Alexander is presented his award at a banquet March 4 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.


ANSONIA — Austin Alexander, son of Gary and Bonnie Alexander of Ansonia, has earned an elite academic scholarship to attend Indiana Tech in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Alexander, a senior at Ansonia High School, will pursue a degree in networking at Indiana Tech. He, along with other elite scholarship recipients, received his award at a banquet in Fort Wayne on March 4. He will receive the Engineering and Computer Sciences Scholarship that is $15,000 for his freshman year, and $15,000 for each of the next three years, provided he meets the school’s academic criteria.

Alexander participates in track and field and cross country, and is a member of National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society and Business Professionals of America.

Austin Alexander is presented his award at a banquet March 4 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2016/04/web1_alexanderaustinWEB.jpgAustin Alexander is presented his award at a banquet March 4 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Indiana Tech was established in 1930 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, as an engineering college. Today’s Indiana Tech educates students well beyond its home base with regional campuses throughout Indiana and Kentucky and online programs that meet the needs of students worldwide. The not-for-profit university specializes in career-oriented degree programs in business, engineering, computer science, criminal justice, health care administration and education.

Indiana Tech was established in 1930 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, as an engineering college. Today’s Indiana Tech educates students well beyond its home base with regional campuses throughout Indiana and Kentucky and online programs that meet the needs of students worldwide. The not-for-profit university specializes in career-oriented degree programs in business, engineering, computer science, criminal justice, health care administration and education.