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Engineering Student Selected for Spring 2017 National Who's Who Award

21 Outstanding Students Receive 2017 "Who's Who" Award

Twenty-one outstanding upper-level students at Arkansas State University have been named to the prestigious "Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges" for 2016 ‑ 2017. The students were introduced during a campus ceremony recognizing student leaders.

ONE of these students is from our college!

Sp 2017 National Who's Who Mohammad Badrul Ahsan

Mohammad Badrul Ahsan

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Graduate Student

Engineering

Who’s Who Among Students is one of the most highly regarded and long-standing honors programs, having earned the respect of faculty members and administrators throughout the nation. Selections to Who’s Who Among Students are made each fall by individual colleges and universities.

Campus nominating committees, created to nominate eligible upperclassmen and graduate students, are composed of representatives from the faculty, staff and student body. Each school in the national program has an assigned quota of nominees, calculated to ensure a well-rounded representation of the student body.

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Spring 2017 Honors Graduates

Graduating in University Honors

Honors students "Graduating in University Honors" have successfully defended an Honors Senior Thesis, completed a minimum of 24 credit hours in Honors coursework, and are graduating with a 3.50 or higher cumulative grade point average. This distinction is recognized on their diploma and their formal academic transcript. These students are also presented with a gold Honors medallion and certificate in recognition of their accomplishment.

Hunter Brock

Chancellor’s Scholar

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Magna Cum Laude)

Mechanical Engineering Program

Honors Thesis: Fabrication of Micro-Structures and the Study of Optical Light Interaction

Cabot, AR

Kelsey Rivers

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering Program

Honors Thesis: Database to Assist in Solving the World Water Crisis

Benton, AR


Graduating in Honors

Honors students "Graduating in Honors"” have completed a minimum of 18 credit hours in Honors coursework and are graduating with a 3.50 or higher cumulative grade point average. This distinction is recognized on their diploma and their formal academic transcript. These students are also presented with a silver Honors medallion and certificate in recognition of their accomplishment.

Sp 2017 Engr Honors Grad Grant Baldwin

Grant Baldwin

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Cum Laude)

Mechanical Engineering Program

Little Rock, AR

Sp 2017 Engr Honors Grad John Person

John Person

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Cum Laude)

Mechanical Engineering Program

Arkadelphia, AR

Maryellen Wollschlager

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Program

Williford, AR


Honors Certificate

Honors students earning an Honors Certificate have completed a minimum of 18 credit hours in Honors coursework and are graduating with a 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average. These students are presented with a certificate in recognition of their accomplishment.

Hunter Egan

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Cum Laude)

Civil Engineering Program

Minor in Mathematics (College of Sciences & Mathematics)

Pocahontas, AR

Sp 2017 Engr Honors Grad Lukas Mayberry

Lukas Mayberry

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Program

Prattsville, AR

Joshua Perry

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering (Winter 2016)

Civil Engineering Program

Honors Thesis: Expansive Soil Moisture Control of Foundations

Cabot, AR

Sp 2017 Engr Honors Grad Bobby Powell

Robert Powell

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Program

Imboden, AR

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engineering-entrance

These are exciting times for Engineering at A-State!  Our undergraduate enrollment is increasing, we are expanding our research, and we’ll be building a research-based graduate program in the near future. 

Our engineering programs are recognized regionally and nationally for their academic excellence and unique educational experience. We believe in promoting excellence in engineering education with emphasis on teaching, mentoring, and student learning.

Challenge ready graduates

Engineering continues to evolve to meet the demanding challenges in the 21st century.  Major strengths of the programs are the significant amount of student-faculty interaction, small class sizes, open-door policy of faculty, and the camaraderie of their fellow students.  We are among the few engineering programs that offer a truly multidisciplinary approach that prepares graduates for the work environment that exists today.

Accredited by ABET

Accredited-EAC-K-WebcopyAll undergraduate engineering programs (civil, electrical, mechanical, and general) are accredited by ABET, an organization that accredits university programs in the disciplines of applied science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.


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