AGMA President Joe Franklin presents a $5,000 scholarship award to Matthew Cane, a student at Southern Illinois University. Four outstanding engineering students received AGMA Foundation scholarships in 2014.
The AGMA Foundation is pleased to announce a $200,000 grant to support AGMA’s Centennial Celebration! Consistent with its charitable status, AGMA Foundation funds will support the research and education aspects of the Centennial project. The Foundation looks forward to celebrating this significant milestone in AGMA and gear industry history.
Thank you to the AGMA Foundation 2014 Annual Campaign Donors!
AGMA Foundation seeks qualified applicants for 2015 Scholarship Program
Thank you, Attendees of the 2014 AGMA/ABMA Annual Meeting.
Foundation educational grants created two gear engineering courses:
Information about recent Foundation research grants can be found here.
Grant awarded to Columbia University to examine effects of particle contaminants in gear trains. More info.
THE FOUNDATION'S VISION STATEMENT:
A gear industry that is thriving with a supply of educated, highly-skilled professionals.