Graduating summa cum laude from Engineering with a bachelor's in technology, arts and media, Nate Bennett has distinguished himself as a mentor, teacher and leader, earning one of the ATLAS Institute’s Outstanding Undergraduate Awards.
Jolie Klefeker is graduating with a bachelor's degree, but as a researcher at the ATLAS Institute, her work rises to the level of a successful doctoral student. She is receiving ATLAS's Outstanding Undergraduate Award and Engineering's Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award.
This spring, Sofia Peña y Lillo will graduate with majors in media studies, media production and film studies. As if that weren’t already remarkable, she’ll do so having earned the CMCI’s William W. White Outstanding Graduate Award.
As a member of Leeds' highly selective scholars program, Sarah maintained a 4.0 GPA while pursuing a dual emphasis in finance and marketing; a certificate in technology arts and media; and a minor in leadership.
Josh Ney served as an executive advisor to the Herd Leadership Council, amongst countless other roles on campus. The Student Alumni Association bids him farewell and is excited to see him flourish as an emerging leader and Forever Buff.
A team of four engineering undergraduates has undertaken a project to help improve the health of people in Rwanda, among 3 billion people globally who cook and heat their homes with stoves fueled by kerosene, wood, animal dung or coal.