BME Class of 2014 Awards
April 9, 2014
BME Faculty Award for Undergraduate Service: Tiffany Kobee, '14
Recognizes an outstanding student for service to the Department of Biomedical Engineering. These efforts may include leadership in undergraduate organizations, engineering activities, or teaching activities.
BME Faculty Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research: Amanda Chen, '14
Recognizes an outstanding student in the Department of Biomedical Engineering for research excellence. The criterion for eligibility is authorship on a published manuscript or abstract, or presenting author of a public presentation or poster (internal or external).
BME Faculty Award for Teaching Assistant: Karen Meess, '14 and Kristen Harding, '14
Recognizes an outstanding student in the Department of Biomedical Engineering for teaching assistant excellence.
BME Outstanding Senior: Amanda Chen, '14 and Kyle Fedorchak, '14
In recognition of his academic excellence and achievement in Biomedical Engineering.
BME Outstanding Junior: Stacie Zwolski, '15
In recognition for her academic excellence and achievement in Biomedical Engineering.
Tau Beta Pi Prize: Amanda Chen, '14
Recognizes a Tau Beta Pi senior who, through academic achievement, proven leadership, and sterling character has excelled and inspired fellow students.
G. Harold Hook Prize: Jacob VanderBurgh, '14
Awarded to a Hajim School student who has demonstrated an above-average interest in engineering or computer science.
Donald M. Barnard Scholarship Award: Karen Meess, '14, Benjamin Vespone, '14, and Ioannis Zambetakis, '14
Hajim School student who is a junior or senior and shows personal achievement as well as good personal qualities.