SLU industrial, engineering department gets $25K

President and CEO of Turner Industries Stephen Toups visits Southeastern’s Science and Technology Building to meet faculty and students and learn firsthand the offerings available to students in the department. Pictured from left are Southeastern President John L. Crain and Toups.

Southeastern’s Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology has received a $25,000 contribution from Turner Industries to establish The Turner Industries Endowed Scholarship to benefit students in disciplines offered by the department.

Beginning in 2022, a $1,000 scholarship will be available to a student selected by the faculty annually.

Recently, President and CEO of Turner Industries Stephen Toups visited Southeastern’s Science and Technology Building to meet faculty and students and learn firsthand the offerings available to students in the department.

Headquartered in Baton Rouge, Turner Industries provides turnkey services and solutions to the companies that produce fuel, energy and products essential to modern life.

With four main division lines – construction, maintenance and turnarounds, fabrication, and equipment and specialty services – Turner Industries employees work across the U.S. for clients around the world.

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