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Surveying and Mapping
Carl L. Campbell Sr., a professional engineer and surveyor in the state of Ohio, was a 30-year employee of the Ohio Department of Transportation, holding the position of deputy director of highways for Division 4 on two occasions. At his retirement from government service in 1973, he was the expressway and bridge engineer for the city of Akron. In 1979, he, along with his son Bruce, founded Campbell and Associates Inc., a consulting engineering and surveying firm that operates today with six offices in northern Ohio.
The purpose of The Carl L. Campbell Sr. Endowed Memorial Scholarship in Surveying is to recognize undergraduate surveying students. Applicants must complete a minimum of 34 hours of classroom credit in pursuit of a career in the surveying industry. Priority will be given to students with financial need who have not previously been awarded a scholarship. A minimum of one scholarship in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded annually to a student enrolled in the Surveying and Mapping Technology degree program. Preference will be given to employees and/or children of employees of Campbell and Associates Inc. Selection will be made by the Department of Surveying.