Research Awards

Each year, the College awards graduating students for excellence in the area of research. The Discovery Learning Research Symposium is another award our students frequently receive.

Outstanding Graduate for Research Awards

Simon Hafner
2019
Kevin Dinkel
2014
Jasmine Brewer
2015
Anil Damle
2011

Discovery Learning Research Symposium Awards

Discovery learning allows students to conduct research in an area related to their interests with faculty, graduate students, and industry or government partners.  Participating in discovery learning activities is especially encouraged for those students considering advanced degrees or a career in academia.

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Gustavo Adrianzen
Civil Engineering

Sydney Levy
Engineering Plus

Michelle Lin
Aerospace Engineering

Emily Zuetell
Mechanical Engineering
Kayla Weston: Materials: 
The Substance of Things

Chemical and Biological Engineering

Erik Bergal: Sustainability:
It’s a Small World

Civil Engineering

Christopher Miller: 
Software/Data Analysis: The Techies

Mechanical Engineering

Ilana Trumble: 
Globally-Inspired Computing

Applied Mathematics 
Shweta Maurya: 
Building Better Bodies

Mechanical Engineering

Elizabeth Horneber: 
Cool Solutions to Hot Problems

Chemical and Biological Engineering

James Patrick O’Brien: 
Computing with a Cause

Applied Math 
Robert Dong: 
Building Better Bodies
Chemical and Biological Engineering

Erica Jorgensen: 
Cool Solutions to Hot Problems

Chemical Engineering

Erica Brandt: 
It’s a Small World

Environmental Engineering