William H. Lane Incorporated scholarships awarded to two Binghamton University students

William H. Lane Incorporated has announced that two William H. Lane Incorporated scholarships have been awarded this year by Binghamton University to two of its students. The William H. Lane Incorporated scholarship is awarded to a matriculated full-time undergraduate junior or senior or full or part-time graduate student in nursing. The award is based upon academic merit and proven financial need. The recipient must be a New York State resident with first preference given to those residing in upstate New York. The scholarship is awarded to two students annually.

“We are very thankful for William H. Lane Incorporated and their generosity, which assists our students in obtaining their degrees and furthering their careers.  They have been a valued member of our scholarship program since 1996 and we are grateful for all they have done and continue to do for the University,” commented Rebecca Hancock, donor relations and special events coordinator for Binghamton University.

The William H. Lane Incorporated scholarship for nursing students came as a result of Mr. William H. Lane’s personal connection to nursing. His mother, sister and brother were all nurses, thus the nursing program holds a special place in the heart of Mr. Lane. The recipients of this year’s scholarships are Edwin-Nikko Kabigting and Hollyn Robinson.

“Congratulations to Mr. Kabigting and Ms. Robinson on receiving this year’s William H. Lane Incorporated scholarships. These are two deserving students and we are pleased to have been able to assist them in their journey toward their nursing degrees.  We wish them the very best in their continued education and future careers in the field,” commented Mark Lane, president of William H. Lane Incorporated.

Edwin-Nikko Kabigting, a registered nurse, is a graduate student in the Family Nurse Practitioner and Nursing Educator program in the Decker School of Nursing at Binghamton University. Edwin is also a teaching assistant at Decker. His goal is to become a family nurse practitioner and nursing educator.

Hollyn Robinson is a senior in the Decker School of Nursing and will graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in nursing in the spring.

Binghamton University will distribute $2.5 million to 1,900 scholarship, fellowship, assistantship and research grant recipients this fiscal year. This aid makes a significant difference in students’ lives and on the commitment to growing Binghamton University into the premier public university.

William H. Lane Incorporated, founded in 1967, specializes in general construction, construction management, and design-build services.

For more information, visit whlane.com.