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January 2, 2014

Knoxville's Kuenstling earns scholarship

Ames — Jenny Kuenstling, an Iowa State University student, was one of 450 persons attending the 2013 Iowa County Engineers Association Annual Meeting, held at Iowa State University in December. She was awarded a scholarship from the association at the event. 

The conference provides the county engineers and their staff members with continuing education in technical areas. It also provides the association with the opportunity to honor its own members for their achievements over the past year and provide scholarships to students at Iowa State University, University of Iowa, Des Moines Area Community College, and Hawkeye Community College who are interested in the field of county engineering.

The Iowa County Engineers Association was founded to perpetuate and preserve the office and welfare of county engineers. The purpose is to afford a medium to facilitate an exchange of ideas among county engineers so that sound, progressive, and conscientious principles and practices are exercised in the construction and maintenance of Iowa’s secondary roads.

 

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