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2015 Outstanding and Distinguished graduates.

Outstanding Graduates in the Class of 2015

As the end of the fall and spring semesters approach, each of the six Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering select one undergraduate student in each of its academic degree programs as its Outstanding Program Graduate.

These students are among the leading performers in academic studies, with high grade point averages for their classroom work and related research training throughout their undergraduate years.

In addition, they have contributed to the Fulton Schools of Engineering’s mission through their efforts in activities such as research, mentoring, service to others and leadership on student engineering projects and team competitions.


Distinguished Graduates in the Class of 2015

A number of other students are honored as Distinguished Graduates, chosen both by the Fulton Schools as well as the Dean’s Office for their notable accomplishments beyond the classroom.

These students have made a positive impact at ASU and in communities in Arizona through their leadership, public service, K-12 education outreach, research achievements and social entrepreneurship efforts.


Dean’s Dissertation Award

Each semester a Ph.D. student is honored for the dissertation work.

The Dean’s Dissertation Award recognizes exceptional work by doctoral students that encourages the highest levels of scholarship, research and writing.

This year’s honor goes to:

Caroline Addington, Biomedical Engineering

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