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Four Members of the Class of 2015 Receive SEAS Awards on Class Day

June 5, 2015

SEAS awarded their annual prizes at Class Day on June 1st.  Four Electrical Engineering seniors received prizes.
 
Joseph Bolling, advised by Prof.  Andrew Houck, received the J. Rich Steers Award which recognizes scholary work with potential for further engineering study and practice.
 
Andrew Ward, advised by Prof.  Andrew Houck, received the Jeffrey O. Kephart '80 in Engineering Physics prize. 
 
Max Shatkhin, advised by Clancy Rowley, Rob Stengel and Andrew Houck, received the Calvin Dodd Maccracken Senior Thesis/Project Award.
 
David Fridovich-Keil, advised by Prof. Paul Prucnal, received the James Hayes-Edgar Palmer prize, which recognizes the member of the senior class who has demonstrated excellent scholarship, capacity for leadership and the promise of creative achievement in engineering.
 
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