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From left to right: Laura ?Liz? Miles, Johnathan Pino, Daniel Sullivan, Edward

From left to right: Laura ?Liz? Miles, Johnathan Pino, Daniel Sullivan, Edward "Teddy" Levine, Sarvesh Sethi, Michael Hamilton, Kenneth Hart, and Matthew Marcus. Not pictured: Sylvie DeLaHunt.

 

The 2013 A. James Clark School of Engineering Honors and Awards Ceremony recognized students from all majors for their academic accomplishments and contributions to the Clark School, the University of Maryland, and the campus community.

The Department of Aerospace Engineering Gessow Achievement Awards were presented to graduating seniors in the department who attained the highest overall grade point average:

  • Laura ?Liz? Miles (Elaine Gessow Award)
  • Johnathan Pino (Alfred Gessow Award)

The Robert M. Rivello Scholarship Award and the Joseph Guthrie Memorial Scholarships were presented to those juniors in the department who attained the highest overall academic average:

  • Daniel Sullivan (Rivello)
  • Edward ?Teddy? Levine (Guthrie)
  • Sarvesh Sethi (Guthrie)

The American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA) Outstanding Achievement Award was presented to the student who made the most outstanding contribution through scholarship and service to the student branch and to the department:

  • Michael Hamilton

The Sigma Gamma Tau (SGT) Outstanding Achievement Awards are presented to those students who have made the most outstanding contribution through scholarship and service to the student chapter and the department:

  • Kenneth Hart
  • Matthew Marcus

The A. James Clark School of Engineering International Student Award is presented to a student who through their leadership or service has promoted the international engineering experience on behalf of the Clark School and has demonstrated significant involvement in international engineering initiatives:

  • Sylvie DeLaHunt



April 15, 2013


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