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The A. James Clark School of Engineering Career Services has recognized aerospace engineering junior James Hall with a 2020 Outstanding Engineering Co-op/Intern Award.

Hall, one of only four students to receive this year’s award, is a junior aerospace engineering student who worked as a full-time co-op at GE Aviation.

According to his supervisor, Hall “is smart, driven, loves the industry, and wants to make a difference in the world. His infectious attitude reminded us of why we went into engineering and why we love what we do. He has a natural curiosity and an innate drive to always do a thorough job regardless of the task. We treated him like a short-term engineer rather than a student and even at this higher standard, he still went above our expectations. He will always be welcome to work here.”

Presented to select students, the award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated exceptional work performance, strong academic achievement, and remarkable potential for a successful career while participating in a cooperative education or internship opportunity.



May 19, 2020


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