FPE Students Recognized at Annual Honors & Awards Ceremony
Associate Professor Peter B. Sunderland introduces FPE awardees
Students from the Department of Fire Protection Engineering were recognized at the Clark School’s annual Engineering Honors & Awards Ceremony that honors undergraduate students for excellence in academics, leadership and service. The 2012 ceremony was held on April 19th in the Grand Ballroom of the Stamp Student Union.
Kenneth A. Hamburger, B.S. ’12, received the Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) Outstanding Senior Award. Sponsored by the SFPE Chesapeake Chapter, this award is presented to the FPE senior with the highest grade point average (GPA).
Chad Lannon, B.S. ’13, received the Robert J. Taylor Academic Achievement Award. This award is presented by the Salamander FPE Honorary Society Beta Chapter to the department junior with the highest GPA.
Stephen J. Jordan, B.S. ’12, received the Department of Fire Protection Engineering Chair’s Award, presented to the student who made the most significant contribution during the year.
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