Each student received a $3,900 Micron scholarship to attend MSU.
MSU's Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is one of ten university programs included in Micron's elite group of "Key Schools."
"Micron is the number-one manufacturer of computer memory in the entire world, and we are very proud that they have singled out MSU for this prestigious program," said Robert Marley, dean of MSU's College of Engineering.
Beyond Micron's scholarship support, the College of Engineering students are offered a vigorous internship program, in-kind donations and prime career opportunities. In the past three years, Micron has recruited more than ten MSU College of Engineering graduates. Micron is considered the world's leading provider of advanced semiconductor solutions.
Dominic Lombardozzi, senior, electrical engineering
Gabe Rudy, junior, computer science
Lucas Cordingley, senior, computer science
Edward Davis, senior, computer science
Reginald Mead, junior, computer science
John Wong, junior, computer engineering
Chris Stephani, junior, electrical engineering
Dallas Fischer, senior, computer science
Loren Lee, junior, electrical engineering
Angela Kimmel, senior, double major in computer science and electrical engineering
Klamath Falls, Oregon
Carson Greer Drew, senior, computer engineering
Clayton Russell Smith, senior, electrical engineering
Benjamin Poelstra, junior, computer science
Contact Linda Wyckoff, 994-2223