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The outstanding co-operative education student.
Brian J. Pappas
Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Birdsong Study Abroad Scholarship was created in 1990 by Fred and Mary Lou Birdsong to provide engineering students with the opportunity for enrichment through the study of the humanities and other cultures. Over the years, this program has sent students to Europe, South America, the Asian rim, Australia, and numerous locations in between.
Students design their own program of study, submit a proposal with a budget to the dean’s office, and undergo an interview to qualify for consideration. If any of the students in the audience want to take advantage of this program, we suggest that you visit the Office of Student Services to learn more about it.
Polymer and Fiber Engineering
Each year the Auburn chapter of the American Society of Professional Engineers honors a gifted and motivated student with the ASPE Outstanding Student Engineer Award.
Carment Delone Chosie
The outstanding student from each of our academic programs.
Carmen Delone Chosie
Tifanie Brooke Dyer
Christopher M. Duron
Zack Franklin Coker
Kanesa Renae Belyeu
This poster competition, launched this year, was open to current engineering graduate students, as well as students visiting the campus for our annual graduate recruiting weekend.
1st Place ($750)
Mahmoud Moeini Sedeh
Prediction of Void in Graphite Foam Infiltration with Phase Change Materials Using the Volume-of-Fluid Method
2nd Place ($500)
Computer Science and Software Engineering
Efficient and Scalable PGAS Run-time for Petascale Systems
3rd Place ($250)
Application Case Study: Advanced Surface Panel Aerodynamic Solvers Design Optimization of the Simplified Boeing 737-800
This year, 68 students completed their freshman year with GPA’s of 4.0. Their performance is indicative of the quality of our programs, and of the hard-working and high-performing students they attract. These students are also members of the Pi Gamma Tau freshman honorary, representing the top five percent of the freshman class in academic standing.
The Stone Leadership Award was established by Jeffrey and Linda Stone to promote the leadership abilities of Auburn's civil engineering students by recognizing students who have exhibited outstanding leadership beyond the department of civil engineering.
Rebecca "Curry" Stevenson