Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers Bestows Ian Siegel With NJIT Scholarship

Pictured from Left to Right: NJIT Dean Urs P. Gauchat; Ian Siegel, NJIT scholarship recipient; and Matthew B. Jarmel, AIA, MBA, Principal, Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers, Inc.

Each year, Jarmel Kizel Architects and Engineers, Inc. recognizes a student of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) with a $2,500 scholarship. This year’s recipient was Ian Siegel of Kendall Park, New Jersey, a fourth year architectural student at NJIT’s College of Architecture and Design.

At the recent 28th Annual Student Scholarship awards ceremony, Matthew B. Jarmel, AIA, MBA, principal of Jarmel Kizel, NJIT Alumnus and Chair of the Dean’s Council, presented Ian with the scholarship. “Ian is a bright, creative and hard-working architectural student and we are honored to recognize his talent and dedication to his studies with the Jarmel Kizel scholarship.” “Our firm takes great pride in supporting NJIT and its students and we look forward to this time each year when we can reward students for their accomplishments,” added Jarmel.

Jarmel Kizel’s scholarship recognizes a third or fourth year student for demonstrating academic achievement, design skill and leadership ability while completing the undergraduate program at NJIT’s New Jersey School of Architecture. Ian is an honors student and is president of NJIT’s student organization, the ADSU. Ian will have the opportunity to join Jarmel Kizel’s team of interns in the summer.

In 2001, Jarmel Kizel endowed the school with a $25,000 gift, which is awarded as a $2,500 scholarship each year to a third or fourth year student of NJIT’s New Jersey School of Architecture. The scholarship is awarded on academic excellence, community involvement, student leadership and design innovation.

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