Dade Moeller Foundation Awards Three Educational Scholarships

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Elizabeth (Betsy) Grace Gorman of Rockville, Md., and Heather Lee Bump and Robert James (Jamie) Alasdair Stewart, both of Kennewick, Wash., have each won a $1,500 award from the Dade Moeller Scholarship Foundation to support the costs of their first year of college.

Jamie Stewart, Heather Bump, and Betsy Gorman received merit-based scholarships from the Dade Moeller Scholarship Foundation.

Dade Moeller Scholarship Foundation Recipients 2015

The Dade Moeller Scholarship Foundation program is open to the high school-aged children of Dade Moeller employees who are entering their first year at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university.

Washington-based environment and worker safety firm Dade Moeller is pleased to announce the winners of its 2015 Dade Moeller Scholarship Foundation merit-based educational scholarship program: Elizabeth (Betsy) Grace Gorman of Rockville, Md., and Heather Lee Bump and Robert James (Jamie) Alasdair Stewart, both of Kennewick, Wash. Dade Moeller provided each with a $1,500 award to support the costs of their first year of college.

The Dade Moeller Scholarship Foundation program is open to the high school-aged children of Dade Moeller employees who are entering their first year at an accredited two-year or four-year college or university. The winners are selected by an independent evaluator using a weighted rating system that evaluates six criteria: activities and jobs, honors and awards, leadership, class rank, grade point average, and SAT or ACT test scores.

Gorman graduated from Rockville High School in Rockville, Md., and will be attending the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She plans to continue her studies of Spanish and German, pursuing a double minor in these subjects. She looks forward to attending graduate school in the future to become a speech pathologist, working with children. She is the daughter of Patrick Gorman, who works with the Department of Energy’s Loan Program Office in Washington DC, performing environmental reviews for new innovative energy and automotive projects.

Bump graduated from Kamiakin High School in Kennewick, Wash., and will be attending Washington State University in Pullman. She plans to study interior design and fashion merchandising. She is the daughter of Steve Bump, who is a Certified Health Physicist, Certified Industrial Hygienist and Project Management Professional and serves as Dade Moeller’s Corporate Industrial Hygienist as well as consulting as a Principal Health Physicist and Senior Project Manager.

Stewart, also a graduate of Kamiakin High School in Kennewick, will attend Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Ore., to study literature, focusing on poetry. He also intends on pursuing advanced degrees. He is the son of Don Stewart, who is a Certified Health Physicist and is the radiation safety officer for the Richland office.

About Us: Dade Moeller provides professional and technical services to federal, state, and commercial clients in support of their radiation protection, industrial hygiene, environmental, laboratory, analytical, and training needs. The company bears the name of the late Dr. Dade W. Moeller, a scientist and educator in the fields of health physics and environmental health.

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