Murfreesboro residents’ daughter presented with the Dr. Joseph J. Jacobs Scholarship

Murfreesboro residents Myra and Gregg Beitel, the parents of Natalie Beitel (center) look on as Aerospace Testing Alliance (ATA) General Manager Steve Pearson recently presented the 2012 Siegel High School (Murfreesboro) graduate with a framed Dr. Joseph J. Jacobs Scholarship Program certificate at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC). Gregg Beitel is a lead intrusive diagnostics engineer with ATA’s Technology and Analysis Branch at AEDC. Natalie, a freshman at the University of Tennessee Knoxville, is pursuing an electrical engineering degree. The Dr. Joseph J. Jacobs Global Scholarship Program is sponsored by the Jacobs Engineering Foundation. The program was created in 2009 as a tribute to Dr. Joseph J. Jacobs – the founder of Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. – for his commitment to higher education and his goal to make an education affordable to children. (Photo by Jacqueline Cowan)

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