College of Engineering Honors Outstanding Students
The College of Engineering honored nine Outstanding Seniors. Top row: Ryan DuChanois, Christian Heymsfield, Kaylee Smith. Middle row: Alexander Anderson, Brett Shauwecker, Samuel Jenkins. Bottom row: Kristina Maxwell, Joseph Sirrianni, Daniel Frische.
On Tuesday, April 26, the College of Engineering recognized several students at the annual Student Awards and Honors Reception.
"I'm very happy to be here honoring the top students in the College of Engineering," said John English, dean of the College of Engineering. "These students have all worked very hard, and they all have exciting futures ahead of them."
Ryan DuChanois, a civil engineering and Honors College student, was selected as the Outstanding Senior in civil engineering, as well as Outstanding Senior for the college.
Eight other students received Outstanding Senior Awards from their departments:
- Christian Heymsfield,** biological and agricultural engineering
- Kristina Maxwell,* biomedical engineering
- Kaylee Smith,** chemical engineering
- Alexander Anderson, computer engineering
- Joseph Sirrianni,* computer science
- Brett Schauwecker,** electrical engineering
- Daniel Fritsche,** industrial engineering and
- Samuel Jenkins,* mechanical engineering.
Ty Austin was recognized for being selected as a Presidential Scholar by the university.
Twelve students were recognized as a First Ranked Senior Scholar for having achieved a 4.0 grade point average for coursework completed on this campus:
- Alexander Anderson
- Ryan DuChanois*
- Ailon Haileyesus*
- Christian Heymsfield**
- Jakob Hockman**
- Jessica Joyce**
- Christopher Maestri*
- Spencer Nelson**
- Travis Peter**
- Brett Schauwecker**
- Joseph Sirrianni*
- Kaylee Smith*
- Samantha Stubbs
- Zephan Wade*
- Mason Young*
Six students received the Senior Scholar Award, for maintaining a 4.0 grade point average that included transfer credits.
- Trevor Caldarera
- Daniel Fritsche**
- Aubrey Hale
- Robert Imhoff
- Hannah Koehn
- Darren Warford
Five students received Porter Stone Coop Award, which is given to engineering students who have excelled in cooperative education.
- Kimberly Cribbs*
- Ian Fraser
- Devin Hazlett
- Andrew Hinckley
- Adeola Yusuf*
* Honors College student or alumnus
** Honors College Fellow
Read more about College of Engineering students on arkansasengineer.uark.edu
Camilla Shumaker, director of communications
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