Eight students from a field of more than 90 applicants were awarded scholarships from the Sheet Metal and Air-Conditioning Contractors’ National Association.

The awards were given by SMACNA’s College of Fellows, which funds four of the scholarships. Three of the eight scholarships are supported by endowments and one is paid by SMACNA. The four scholarships funded by the College of Fellows provide $3,000 annually for four undergraduate academic years.

Recipients of the College of Fellows scholarships were Nicole Kyle, Christa Moore, Timothy Russell and Andrew Stockwell.

Kyle of North Sictuate, R.I., a graduate of La Salle Academy in Providence, R.I, plans to double major in English and chemistry. Her father, Henry A. Kyle III, worked as a sheet metal mechanic for Unique Metal Works Inc. of Pawtucket, R.I., a member of SMACNA Boston.

Moore of Cabot, Pa., is a graduate of Knoch High School and will attend Grove City College, where she plans to major in mathematics and finance in preparation for becoming an insurance and tax lawyer. Her father, Richard J. Moore, is a sheet metal foreman for McKamish Inc. of Pittsburgh, a member of SMACNA of Western Pennsylvania.

Russell of St. Charles, Ill., a graduate of St. Charles East High School, will attend the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana where he plans to major in mechanical engineering. His father, Timothy J. Russell, is the president of GHC Mechanical of Elk Grove Village, Ill., a member of the SMACNA Chicago chapter.

Stockwell of Frankenmuth, Mich., a graduate of Frankenmuth High School, will attend the University of Michigan where he plans to major in theoretical and financial mathematics. His father, Christopher Stockwell, is assistant vice president of U.S. Sheet Metal of Saginaw, Mich., a member of Michigan Chapter SMACNA.

The scholarship funded by SMACNA went to Jennifer Murdock of Frederick, Colo.

Murdock was awarded $2,000 annually for up to four undergraduate years from a scholarship funded by SMACNA. She is a graduate of Frederick High School and will attend the University of Denver. Her father, John Murdock, is the project manager of Trautman & Shreve Inc. in Denver, a member of SMACNA-Colorado.

Amanda Najdek of Avondale, Ariz., was awarded $3,000 a year as the recipient of the J.B. Rodgers endowed four-year scholarship, sponsored by the J.B. Rodgers Foundation of Phoenix. Najdek is a graduate of Agua Fria High School and will attend Northern Arizona University, where she plans to major in environmental science. Her father, Michael Herrera, was employed by Metro Mechanical.

Scott Fabre of Powder Springs, Ga., was awarded $3,000 a year as the recipient of the Robert Harris endowed four-year scholarship sponsored by the Georgia-SMACNA chapter. Fabre is a graduate of Pebblebrook High School and is attending Georgia Institute of Technology, where he is majoring in mechanical engineering. He is currently employed as a co-op student with McKenney’s Inc. of Atlanta, a member of the Georgia-SMACNA chapter.

Jessica Menold of Aston, Pa., was awarded a scholarship of $3,000 as the recipient of the Philadelphia Association one-year endowed scholarship, which is sponsored by the Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity. She is a graduate of Cardinal O’Hara High School and will attend Pennsylvania State University, where she plans to major in chemical engineering. Her father, Rodger Menold, is a shop supervisor at Ernest D. Menold Inc. of Lester, Pa., a member of the Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity.