Professor Bernard Goodwin Scholarship
This scholarship was established by Dr. Georges Melhem, a “triple Husky,” who received three degrees from Northeastern: his B.S. in Industrial Engineering in 1984, his M.S. in Chemical Engineering in 1986, and his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering in 1988. He established this scholarship to honor Professor Bernard Goodwin, who was such a great mentor to him during his time at Northeastern.
One or more full-time undergraduate students majoring in chemical engineering at Northeastern will be selected for this scholarship.
“I created and funded the Bernard M. Goodwin scholarship because his mentoring made a significant and positive impact on my career choice and life in general. He was an outstanding teacher and mentor and more importantly an outstanding human being. I felt the scholarship would keep his name alive and would continue his legacy by making significant and positive impacts on scholarship recipients, even if one student at a time. I feel so fortunate and privileged to have known him, to have learned from him, to have worked with him, and to have had the opportunity to give back and to honor him and his memory.”
-Georges Melhem, E’84, ME’86, PhD’88