ASU Fulton Schools Spring 2015 outstanding and distinguished engineering students
Each spring and fall semester special recognition is bestowed upon high-achieving and exemplary students graduating from Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Among those honorees several undergraduate students are selected as Distinguished Graduates, honored primarily for their significant contributions and accomplishments beyond the classroom. These students have excelled in one or more areas of research, leadership, public service and social entrepreneurship endeavors that have had beneficial impacts on the ASU community as well as larger communities in Arizona and elsewhere.
Faculty members select one undergraduate student from each engineering degree program as the program’s Outstanding Graduate. Undergraduate students are designated as Outstanding Graduates based primarily on their academic performance, both in classroom studies and in related research experience. The honor also recognizes the students’ contributions to the success of student organizations and support for the Fulton Schools of Engineering educational mission through their service as peer mentors, teaching assistants, and their leadership roles on teams involved in engineering student projects and competitions.
Outstanding Graduate Students
Outstanding graduate students are recognized and honored for their academic performance and contribution to their field and community. Each school selects up to two graduate students to be recognized. The honor recognizes exceptional students who have not only performed well in the classroom, but who also have made an impact through research innovation, project-driven work, student organization activities, teaching innovation, entrepreneurial efforts and/or leadership.
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Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering