ISyE Hosts Inaugural Undergraduate Student Awards Ceremony
ISyE held its inaugural undergraduate student awards ceremony and luncheon on April 19, 2011 where students, faculty, parents, and award sponsors joined together to recognize some of ISyE’s exceptionally bright, highly motivated, and accomplished students. Congratulations to the following students: The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering Leadership AwardSanjana Rao and Aditya SinghalThe Leadership Awards are given to the President of the Student Chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers and to the President of Alpha Pi Mu, IE’s honor society. The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering Senior Service AwardYeun Jae KimThis award is given to a senior who has provided exceptional service to the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. Alpha Pi Mu Academic Excellence Award Stephen Cai The Alpha Pi Mu Honor Society presents $500 to a senior with the best academic achievement, including GPA, difficulty in the curriculum, research, and other scholarly accomplishments. Henry Ford II Best Junior Award Nick Keith Henry Ford II Best Junior Award is administered in the College of Engineering and given to the student at the end of the third year with the best academic performance in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial Engineering. ALCOA Scholarship Erin Garcia ALCOA Scholarship of $2,500 is awarded to a senior with excellent academic performance and service. Kurt Salmon Associates Scholarship in Industrial and Systems Engineering Lane Bourgeois, Priya Boyington, Ansley Diebold, Sanjana Rao, Jennifer Sisson and Timothy Towns The Kurt Salmon Associates Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to each selected senior in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. The scholarship is based on academic merit and contribution in the school. Jack C. Webb Scholarship Nakul Chitalia, Jasmine Fu, Nicholas Hunt, Breona Jenkins, Andres Salazar, and Samuel Shew The Webb Scholarship is given to rising juniors and seniors in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. The cash award of $1000 each is based on extracurricular and community activities, scholarship, and leadership. Silent Hoist/Crane Company Material Handling Scholarship Colby Allen, Philip Pecher and Tim Wilson The Silent Hoist Scholarship is awarded to students in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering who have excelled in the area of materials handling. The cash award of $2,000 will be shared by Colby, Philip, and Tim, who won second place at the CICMHE Design Competition 2010. Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Scholarship Aditya Singhal and Allene Tang The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Scholarship of $1,250 is shared by the selected awardees who have a GPA of 3.0 or above and have contributed to the supply chain engineering program at Georgia Tech. The Frantz Family Young Entrepreneurs Scholarship H. Kumar Thanguda This scholarship, established in 2006, is presented to an industrial engineering student who is interested in establishing a small business and gaining financial freedom. The student must have clear business objectives and goals, along with the demonstrated determination to pursue and reach those goals. BP Georgia Tech Scholarship for ISyE Student Kaydie Rudd BP scholarship of $2,500 is awarded to an industrial engineering student who has a minimum GPA of 3.0, a strong interest in the energy industry, and has contributed to the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. BP IIE Scholarship Kyungha (Dianna) Lim BP scholarship of $2,500 is awarded to an IIE officer who has a minimum GPA of 3.0, has contributed to IIE GT chapter, and has strong interests in the energy industry. James G. Wohlford Co-op Scholarship Tyler Buffie The James G. Wohlford Co-op Scholarship is awarded annually to a senior Co-op student who has displayed outstanding integration of his or her work experience and classroom education. Selection is based on interviews with the Wohlford Scholarship Committee and a brief essay. Work Abroad: Work Abroad Student of the Year John Witmer The Work Abroad Student of the Year Award is based on a recommendation by the employer. The selection is made by considering all students who participated in the work abroad program.
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- Created: 04/25/2011
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- Modified: 10/07/2016