Raising support for scholarship

Zebulun Nash, who graduated with a degree in chemical engineering in 1972, was part of a team that got its start by raising funds for the creation of a Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship at S&T. It took 20 years, but the scholarship endowment became a reality for the university’s students.

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