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Gemini Announces Ross Wagner Scholarship Recipients

(May 2016) posted on Thu May 12, 2016

Honorees will receive $100,000 towards education


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Gemini Inc. (Cannon Falls, MN) has announced winners of its 2016 Ross Wagner Engineering Scholarships. The company endowed the scholarship to support the educations of deserving students who were seeking degrees at the country's top engineering schools. Each honoree will receive $100,000 over the course of four years to pay educational expenses.

Matt Moskal, a senior at Cannon Falls High School, will attend the Univ. of Minnesota, and has been accepted into the university's Honors program. He plans to major in chemical engineering. Bjorn Pearson, also a Cannon Falls senior, will attend the Univ. of Michigan, where he will major in aeorspace engineering.

Fred Oss, Gemini's president, said, "Gemini believes in supporting education and training in manufacturing in the US to remain at the forefront of a competitive marketplace. Our scholarship funds are designed to offer educational opportunities to the best and brightest students from our communities."


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