RPTA SCHOLARSHIP

The Recycled Paperboard Technical Association has established a $5000 scholarship to recognize outstanding students who are interested in the recycled paperboard industry.

 

To qualify, students must meet the following criteria:

  • Earn a 3.25 GPA
  • Declare a Paper Engineering or Science major
  • Served (or intend to serve) as a cooperative student or intern at a recycled paperboard mill
  • Comply with applicable requirements for maintaining paper foundation scholarships of your school
  • Comply with applicable scholarship policies of your school

For further information please contact: Jackie Howe at 202.347.9069 or jhowe@rpta.org.

2017 RPTA SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Jonathan Fitch, Western Michigan University Chemical Engineering & Paper Engineering Science major awarded 2017 RPTA scholarship.


Pictured, left to right:
Jen Johnson, Paper Engineering Student Mentor and Retention Officer, ChP
Jonathon Fitch
Rusty Miller, Graphic Packaging International/RPTA Trustee

Not pictured:
Brad Kirby, Miami University of Ohio Chemical Engineering major 2017 RPTA Scholarship recipient
Abigail Cortright, Western University Paper Engineering major, 2017 RPTA Research Grant recipient

 


2017 RPTA Scholarship Recipients
Jonathan Fitch, Western Michigan University Chemical Engineering & Paper Engineering Science major, awarded 2017 RPTA scholarship.
Brad Kirby, Miami University of Ohio Chemical Engineering major, 2017 RPTA Scholarship recipient.
Abigail Cortright, Western University Paper Engineering major, 2017 RPTA Research Grant recipient.
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2017 Industry Profile Study
Testing for the 2017 RPTA Industry Profile Study, the annual physical properties benchmarking study is underway. The annual report should be available to RPTA members in September 2017.

2017 Production-Technical Seminar
The 2017 RPTA Production Technical Seminar was co-located with TAPPI's PaperCon in 2017. The 2017 conference was held in Minneapolis, MN with the RPTA sessions taking place on April 24-25, 2017. More information on this event can be found here.

Plans are being made for the 2018 Production Technical Seminar, co-located with PaperCon for April 15-18 In Charlotte, North Carolina.

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