Ten Engineering and Computer Science Students Graduate From Honors College
The College of Engineering is proud to announce that 10 of our graduates in spring were also students of the Honors College.
The Honors College is an educational partner with the College of Engineering and other “discipline” colleges of the University in which Honors students pursue their academic major. The Honors College offers three distinct yet complementary programs of study to qualified students: University Honors Program, Research and Creative Honors Program, and Service-Learning Honors Program.
Typically the College of Engineering graduates up to four Honors students a year – spring 2021 marked a 250% increase!
The College of Engineering congradulates the following Honors College graduates:
- Marco Antonio Arias
- Fausto Vega (Magna Cum Laude)
- Riz Walter N. Articulo (Magna Cum Laude)
- Jett R. Cooper
- Josephine Thean (Cum Laude)
- Levi Yitzchak Yarmak (Summa Cum Laude)
Civil and Environmental Engineering and Construction Management
- Ben Jairus Dancel
- Jehovana Lorena Rios Morales
- Lea Lian Seibel (Construction Management)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Benjamin Fredric Johnson