Graduate student honors
Several College of Technology graduate students were honored by the graduate school recently.
Abram Walton, a PhD student in organizational leadership and supervision, was one of four recipients of the 2009 Graduate School Excellence in Teaching Award. It is a competitive award from the Graduate School, offered in collaboration with the Committee for the Education of Teaching Assistants (CETA) and the Office of the Provost. It recognizes graduate students who exemplify excellence in the University's learning mission, and it is the highest award presented by the University in recognition of graduate student teachers.
Five other graduate students were honored for their work in the College of Technology:
- Brent Dahnke, electrical and computer engineering technology
- Travis Faas, computer graphics technology
- Stanley Harriman, aviation technology
- Scott Wilson, mechanical engineering technology
- Laura Young, organizational leadership and supervision
In addition, Jeremiah Dole, electrical and computer engineering technology, completed all of the requirements to earn his graduate teacher certificate.