Slide Rule Dinner Awards

Saturday, April 6, 2002

Impact, Summer 2002 issue


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In addition to the Alumni of the Year Awards, a number of individual awards are presented at the Slide Rule Dinner Dance. Those receiving awards at the 2002 Slide Rule Dinner included:

Students:

Science Student of the Year - Joyce Patouhas

Engineering Student of the Year - Bashar Sadik

American Society of Civil Engineers Award - Katrina Kangas

Chemistry Club Service Award - Dan Garnell

National Society of Black Engineers Service Award - Denine McFolley

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers - Maria Payan

Society of Women Engineers Service Award - Jennifer Ball

Theta Tau Golden Gear Award - Earl Mason

Alpha Epsilon Delta The Steven P. Singson Active Involvement Award - Amy Klug

Biology Department Student Service Award - Joyce Patouhas

American Chemical Society - Cindy Mertes

Dr. C. G. Duncombe Award - Katherine Nelson

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Service Award - Craig Matichuk

Mathematics & Computer Science Departmental Service Award - Nicholas Honold, Daniel Slezak

Mathematics & Computer Science Undergraduate of the Year - James Held

Mathematics & Computer Science Graduate of the Year - Tianjie Li

Ford BSCS Student of the Year - David Moose

Jiun P. Chiou Memorial Scholarship Award - Shawn Rink

American Society of Mechanical Engineers - Bashar Sadik

Society of Automotive Engineers - Steven Plunske

Ford BME Student of the Year - Jonathan Line

Pi Tau Sigma - Earl Mason

The Joyce E. Patouhas Service Award - Joyce Patouhas

E & S Student Council Organization Service Award - Chemistry Club

Geek Week Award - Chemistry Club

Linsenmeyer Award for Service - Cindy Mertes


Faculty and Staff:

Engineering Teacher of the Year - Nasiff Rayess

Science Teacher of the Year - Loretta Sullivan, R.S.M.

The Purple Shaft Award - Dean Leo Hanifin

Arthur C. Haman Service Award - Dr. Kirstie Plantenburg

Cornerstone Award - Dr. R. Gerard Albright, S.J.

           


       


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