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N. Bruce and Lorry Hanes Endowed Fellowship
The Hanes Fellowship was launched 19 short months ago (November 2015), with a goal to raise $250,000. To date, more than 130 alums, friends, and colleagues have supported our efforts and contributed a total of $214,000. As we wind down our major fundraising efforts, we believe that the $36,000 needed to reach our goal is within our grasp and are hopeful that the goal set by our committee will be met.
Thanks to our community of supporters and the added support of the Tufts Financial Aid initiative, the impact of the N. Bruce and Lorry Hanes Endowed Fellowship has already been felt by two Tufts CEE Master's candidates. Our second award recipient, Elisa Jazan, was announced at the annual Alumni and Student Awards Dinner on May 6, 2017. Ms. Jazan will be utilizing her laboratory skills in chemistry as she works to develop a methodology to predict the additive effects of toxicological exposures to environmental contaminants.
Professor N. Bruce Hanes retired from Tufts in 1992 after 32 years on the CEE faculty, 12 of them as Chair. He was an advocate for environmental engineering education, committed to public and professional service, and an exemplary educator of scores of leaders in environmental engineering and health. But more importantly, we remember Bruce for his personal warmth, generosity, encouragement, and friendliness. Professor Hanes passed away on April 21, 2014.
Dave Reckhow, E77, A13P, and Chair Kurt Pennell, A19P, present the inaugural N. Bruce and Lorry Hanes Fellowship to Ash Venkat, EG17.
You may recall how engaged, available, and committed Professor Hanes was to you and to Tufts. Perhaps you participated in the road trips to Purdue, the swimming pool "experiments" in the basement lab in Anderson Hall, the welcome brunches and lunches hosted at his home in Winchester, or had him as a professor or advisor. Or maybe you identify with the importance of financial support and know how hard Professor Hanes worked to find grants and scholarship aid for his students. Professor Hanes' legacy is simple and clear: the most important investment one can make in students is to give them the support to make a difference as both professionals and as people.
In honor of his commitment to students and their growth as professionals and leaders, the department established the N. Bruce and Lorry Hanes Endowed Fellowship Fund in May 2016. The fellowship will be awarded to Master of Science students engaged in Environmental Health Engineering research. The fellowship will preserve Professor Hanes' legacy by focusing on students and honoring his innovative spirit. It will be the first Master of Science Fellowship established in the School of Engineering and will be awarded in perpetuity. The award consists of a three-month summer stipend and a equipment-supply-travel allowance.
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the memo space write "N. Bruce and Lorry Hanes Endowed Fellowship Fund".
Ellen Schuette, firstname.lastname@example.org, 617-627-0534 is happy to answer any questions about the initiative.
If you would like to share memories or reflect on the positive impact Professor and Mrs. Hanes had on your collegiate or professional life and on the Tufts School of Engineering, please contact Bruce's daughter, Vicki Hanes Siarnacki at email@example.com or Lin Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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