Genesis Entergy creates $100,000 SU fund
The Southern University System Foundation and the Southern University and A&M College of Business and College of Engineering and Computer Science recently partnered with Genesis Energy to create a $100,000 scholarship fund for SU students. The scholarship seeks to encourage students to explore opportunities in their chosen fields of study and to develop a relationship with Genesis Energy. Five students from the Southern University College of Engineering and Computer Science are among this year’s recipients.
“Academia and industry partnerships are mutually beneficial,” said Habib Mohamadian, dean of the SUBR College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Tamara Montgomery, director of career services at Southern University believes that the University’s relationship with Genesis Energy will provide a strong foundation for SU students. “We are expanding and strengthening our partnership with Genesis Energy to provide scholarships, internships, and research opportunities for our most valuable asset… our students.”
“We welcome the new Genesis facility to the area and appreciate the opportunity for our students and the Southern University community to be a part of this mutually beneficial partnership. We look forward to Genesis supporting scholarships, internships and laboratory enhancements to strengthen our students’ marketability in the energy and sustainability industries” said Monique Guillory-Winfield, Southern University System vice president for academic and student affairs.
Genesis Energy is a diversified midstream energy master limited partnership headquartered in Houston, Texas. Genesis operations include pipeline transportation, refinery services, and supply and logistics. Genesis operations are primarily located in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and the Gulf of Mexico.
“On behalf of everyone at Genesis Energy, we offer our congratulations to the 2014-2015 Genesis Energy Scholarship recipients,” said Genesis Energy public and government affairs specialist Drew Ratcliff.