ASCO Numatics, a manufacturer of fluid automation, flow control and pneumatics solutions, announced the recipients of the 2015 ASCO Numatics Industrial Automation Engineering Scholarship.

The two recipients were each awarded a $5,000 scholarship to support their pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in engineering. They are Emily Doyon of Biddeford, Maine, a junior in the chemical engineering degree program at the  University of Maine; and Brad Harvey of Twinsburg, Ohio, a junior studying for a civil engineering degree at the University of Akron.

ASCO Numatics will further support the winners’ studies with an additional $1,000 grant to the engineering departments at each of their universities.

“Our two ASCO Numatics scholars this year exemplify engineering passion,” said Robert W. Kemple, Jr., executive vice president, sales and marketing – Americas, ASCO Numatics. “Our scholarship program continues to recognize bright, driven students who excel in their studies in the engineering field. We are proud to contribute to their future success.”

The ASCO Numatics Industrial Automation Engineering Scholarship program, now in its eighth year, has awarded a total of $80,000 in merit-based scholarships to 16 students, based on their potential for leadership and for making a significant contribution to the industrial automation engineering profession, particularly as it relates to the application of fluid control and fluid power technologies. The company has provided an additional $16,000 in grants to 14 schools of engineering. For information on the scholarship program, visit