The Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Student of the Month Award recognizes outstanding student leaders who excel in the areas of service, academia, and/or research. Nominations are submitted by the department's faculty members, with winners selected by the Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Committee.

Christine Martini

November 2016 - Christine Martini

Dec. 1, 2016

Along with being a student in engineering, I enjoy being an athlete. Throughout my college career I have played a number of intramural sports including: basketball, volleyball, broom ball, dodge ball, ultimate frisbee, and soccer. And if I'm not studying or playing sports, you can find me in the mountains... Read more »
Geya Kairamkonda

October 2016 - Geya Kairamkonda

Oct. 4, 2016

I am a sophomore pursuing mechanical engineering with a minor in biomedical engineering. I love learning outside the classroom and currently am a DLA student studying how disease affects bone structure and composition. In the future, I hope to work projects involving space travel and human habitation on Mars.Read more »
Madison Emmett

September 2016 - Madison Emmett

Sept. 12, 2016

I am a sophomore in Mechanical Engineering from Northern California who enjoys being outdoors, especially when skiing or rowing. I love to travel to experience new cultures and appreciate history and architecture. I plan to use my degree to work with prosthetics and artificial limbs/muscles, and to continue research in... Read more »
Tyler Sharpe by a tree.

August 2016 - Tyler Sharp

Sept. 1, 2016

I am a senior in mechanical engineering and appreciate being selected as Student of the Month. I’ll take this moment to recognize the quality of both my peers and the faculty in the ME and APPM departments. The depth of knowledge present and the fervor for science and quality of... Read more »
Chip Bollendonk with the flatirons in the background.

March 2016 - Chip Bollendonk

July 20, 2016

Chip is a senior pursuing a BS/MS in Mechanical Engineering and a Minor in Leadership.Read more »