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Honda-Ohio State STEM Award (Formally known as Math Medal)

History 

With the goal of recognizing superior STEM scholarship, the Honda-Ohio State STEM Award (Formally known as Math Medal) program was also created to increase interest in the profession of engineering as a career choice for graduating seniors. In addition, the scholarships offer incentive for students interested in engineering careers to pursue their higher education goals at The Ohio State University's College of Engineering and their future employment goals at Honda.
 
Each spring, more than 300 public and private high schools in central, western and southwestern Ohio are invited to select their best senior STEM scholar to receive the annual Honda-Ohio State STEM Award (Formally known as Math Medal). In addition to the award, STEM Award (Formally known as Math Medal) recipients interested in an engineering career can apply for a $3,000 scholarship at The Ohio State University's College of Engineering.

First Honda-Ohio State STEM Award Event (Formally known as Math Medal)

Since 2004, (the 2016 event will total 13 years of events) 1,436 students have received the STEM Award.

  • Of the 2,064 students receiving the STEM Award, HAM has hosted approximately 1,150 students who have been in attendance at the breakfast provided by HAM at the Watson Wellness Center.
  • In 2009, HAM and GE Aviation have hosted approximately 470 students who have been in attendance at GE Aviation, Cincinnati.

Please address any question to Marianne Weber at weber.305@osu.edu or the Honda-Ohio State Partnership at partners@osu.edu