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ECE students recognized at E-Week awards banquet

ECE students hold awards with department professor

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department outstanding student award recipients are, from left to right, Kittisak Sajjapongse, Clay Staley, Fadi Muheidat, Jaime Germer, Kaylie Vogt with Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Shubhra Gangopadhyay.

Electrical and Computer Engineering students from the College of Engineering were honored during the annual Engineers’ Week as outstanding students in their department or individuals among their peers. The awards were given at the first Outstanding Student Awards Banquet March 13, 2014.

  • Outstanding Junior: Kaylie Vogt
  • Outstanding Senior: Jaime Germer
  • Outstanding Master’s: Fadi Muheidat
  • Outstanding Doctorate: Clay Staley
  • Outstanding Teaching: Kittisak Sajjapongse

The students also awarded individuals for their achievement in research and service.

Outstanding Discovery Fellow: Kyle Webb

Outstanding Undergraduate Research Accomplishments: Megan Schroeder

ECE student holds award with department professor

Somik Mukherjee receives his award for Outstanding Graduate Research Accomplishments
from Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Shubhra Gangopadhyay.

Outstanding Graduate Research Accomplishments: Somik Mukherjee

Outstanding Contributions to the University of Missouri: Ahad Hosseini

Outstanding Midshipman: MIDN Tom Wegener

The Society of Women Engineers and the Mizzou Eco-Racing Team were recognized for their efforts as engineering student organizations, as were the E-Week king and queen candidates.

Queen candidates: Chelsea Pepmiller, chemical engineering; Justine Schaper, mechanical engineering; Megan Schroeder, bioengineering; Claire Spradling, bioengineering; and Beth Wiese, industrial engineering.

ECE Student receives award from Captain

MIDN Tom Wegener receives his award for Outstanding Midshipman from Captain Michael A. Vizcarra.

King candidates: Jason Barmann, electrical engineering; Kurt Ehlers, industrial engineering/MBA; Logan Forsythe, civil engineering; Brock Scoville, bioengineering; Alex Spiva, electrical engineering.

Spiva and Schroder were crowned the king of valor and wit and the queen of love and beauty, respectively, at the St. Pat’s Ball Saturday night.

The outstanding lab exhibits from the Mizzou Engineering open house held earlier that day were awarded to the individual exhibits and overall departments.

Individual Exhibits

  1. MAE — “Nano Composites are Doing Big Things!”
  2. IMSE — “Candy Trail”
  3. IMSE — “Paper Cube Assembly Line”

Overall departments

  1. Mechanical engineering
  2. Industrial engineering
  3. Civil engineering