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A West Virginia University engineering student was recently awarded a scholarship from the American Industrial Hygiene Association.

Eric Sapp, a graduate student in safety management from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, received the Bob Wheeler Scholarship from AIHA in the amount of $2,000. Wheeler, ’65 chemical engineering, M.S. ’67, chemical engineering, is the president of Industrial Environmental Health Consultants in Morgantown. In 2006, he was named a Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association.

Sapp is a member of AIHA as well as the American Society of Safety Engineers. He will be honored during an awards ceremony at the American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition held on June 4, in Seattle, Washington. 


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