Inspection Division Scholarship
2010 Inspection Division Scholarship Winners
Ronak R. Gandhi
Ronak graduated from West Windsor Plainsboro High School South in Princeton Junction, NJ in June 2010 and is now enrolled in the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology at the University of Pennsylvania. He plans to graduate with degrees from both the Wharton School of Business and Penn Engineering.
2009 Inspection Division Scholarship Winners
2008 Inspection Division Scholarship Winners
Mr. Garrey was co-captain his high school’s swim team and participated in the Marchng, Concert and Jazz bands. He was a National Merit Scholar and a member of the National Honor Society. When time allows, Mr. Garrey enjoys performing community service most notably as a volunteer for the Polaris Siberian Husky Rescue organization and tutoring fellow students in the English as a Second Language program.
In fulfillment of scholarship requirements, Mr. Garrey submitted an essay in excess of 750 words entitled “Making Quality a Global Value”.
On behalf of the Inspection Division Executive Committee, the Scholarship Committee wishes both Ruslan and Alex the best of success in their academic future.
2007 Inspection Division Scholarship Winner
The Inspection Division Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce that it awarded its 2007 Scholarship to Mrugesh Patel of Piscataway, NJ. Mr. Patel graduated from Piscataway High School in June 2007 and will now pursue an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Michigan.
In fulfillment of scholarship requirements, Mr. Patel submitted an essay in excess of 750 words entitled “Use of PDCA to Score Higher in New SAT” which explained how he used the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle to improve the process he used to study for the SAT. His essay also described each step of the PDCA cycle and listed the benefits of the process he used.
Mr. Patel was an active member in his school’s Key Club, Science League and tennis team. He was Vice President of both Math League and Ping Pong Club. In his spare time he likes to watch movies, hang around with friends and family, play basketball, do anything and everything on the computer and enjoys photography.
The Inspection Division scholarship was first issued in 1999 in order to assist recipients in any manner to defray the costs associated with college expenses. Mr. Patel is the ninth recipient of this award.
On behalf of the Inspection Division Executive Committee, the Scholarship Committee wishes Mrugesh Patel the best of success in his academic future
2006 Inspection Division Scholarship Winner
Jacqueline M. Spichiger
In fulfillment of scholarship requirements, Ms. Spichiger submitted an essay in excess of 750 words entitled “Quality in Education” which explained the importance of an education, the stakeholders involved and processes and factors relative to educational systems. Her essay included and explanation and analysis of both the No Child Left Behind Act and the Baldrige criteria as it pertains to education.
Ms. Spichiger was active in Girl Scouts, the high school yearbook staff and enjoyed participating on the swim team and in youth softball. She was gainfully employed during most of her high school career. In her spare time she writes poetry and short stories, enjoys movies, hanging with friends and “surfing the net”.
The Inspection Division scholarship was first issued in 1999 in order to assist recipients in any manner to defray the costs associated with college expenses. Ms. Spichiger is the eighth recipient of this award.
On behalf of the Inspection Division Executive Committee, the Scholarship Committee wishes Jackie Spichiger the best of success in her academic future.
2005 Inspection Division Scholarship Winner
Edrin W. Rouse
In fulfillment of scholarship requirements, Mr. Rouse submitted an essay in excess of 750 words entitled “The Importance of Service Quality Today” which define and explained Service Quality and explained its relationship to Customer Satisfaction.
Mr. Rouse has worked in the Quality field for over 13 years and has diverse experience in Quality Engineering and Management, Human Resources, Operations Consulting/Auditing and Six Sigma in various manufacturing and service organizations. He is also an ASQ Certified Quality Manager, CQE, and NAIT Certified Sr. Industrial Technologist. He also received his Six Sigma Black Belt Certification from GE Capital.
On a personal note, Mr. Rouse enjoys working with youth. He is currently Assistant Director of the Adventurer Club, a co-ed youth scout group at his church, and he coaches youth basketball and football with his church and the local Parks and Recreation division.
The $500 Inspection Division scholarship was first issued in 1999 in order to assist recipients in any manner to defray the costs associated with college expenses. Edrin Rouse is the seventh recipient of this award.
On behalf of the Inspection Division Executive Committee, the Scholarship Committee wishes Edrin Rouse the best of success in his academic future.
2004 Inspection Division Scholarship Winner
2003 Inspection Division Scholarship Winner
2002 Inspection Division Scholarship Winner
2001 Inspection Division Scholarship Winners
2000 Scholarship Winner
Richard E. Smith
1999 Scholarship Winner