ChBE Honors its 2021 Outstanding Undergraduate Students
Seventy undergraduate students from the A. James Clark School of Engineering were recognized with 2021 Annual Engineering Honors and Awards. These awards and honors recognize students for their outstanding excellence in academics, leadership and service.
"Clark School students are innovators and problem-solvers. The work they engineer—from rockets and medical devices to smart, sustainable, and equitable systems—improves people's lives," said Robert Briber, interim dean of the Clark School. "We’re incredibly proud of these future leaders. We’ll be watching their careers and look forward to their amazing work. I also want to acknowledge Isabella Kolar for winning our advising award: Our staff are critical in making the Clark School a great place for our students to learn and grow as engineers."
The students from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE) are as follows:
Long Fei Chen received the ChBE Outstanding Junior Award, which is presented to a department junior for academic excellence.
Lauren Sunyoung Cho received the ChBE Chair's Award, which is presented for excellence in academics, outstanding service to the department, and/or leadership in the department.
Joshua Fernandes and Jesse Matthews both received the Outstanding Senior Award, which is presented to a ChBE graduating senior for scholarship, leadership, and service to the department.
Benjamin Ruggeri received the David Arthur Berman Memorial Award, which is presented to the ChBE student with the highest cumulative scholastic average at the end of the first semester of his or her junior year, and who has been elected to Tau Beta Pi.
Ayelet Rina Senderowicz received the Outstanding Student Service Award, which is presented to a ChBE graduating senior for outstanding service in the department.
Congratulations to all of our outstanding students!
Follow this link to watch a video of this virtual event, which took place on May 5, 2021.
Published June 3, 2021