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Environmental engineering student Sonya Milonova ('09) has been selected as a 2008 Udall Scholar, a first for Seattle University. The Morris K. Udall Foundation scholarship is given to students who plan to pursue careers in environmental fields. In 2007, Sonya studied abroad in Austria and has been an active member of Engineers Without Borders Nicaragua project team.
Environmental engineering student Chris Stoll ('08) has won the 2008 Rev. Edmund B. McNulty Award. The award is presented to the outstanding graduating engineering or computer science student judged by the College of Science and Engineering as typifying the qualities of scholarship, leadership, dedication and inspiration of Fr. McNulty, our Founding Dean.
Chris has also won Seattle University's 2008 Inspiration Award. This award recognizes students whose actions serve as an inspiration to others by giving of their time and energy as a member of a group, taking initiative on a project or issue and make an impact through one significant effort and balancing involvement, academics and life responsibilities successfully. Chris has served as President of the Society of Environmental Engineers and Scientists for the last two years and has participated in Engineers Without Borders projects in Thailand and Nicaragua. He also studied abroad at the University of Wollongong during his sophomore year. He plans to attend graduate school in Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington.
CEE junior Ian Tromble has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the Bob and Eleanor Grant Trust. The scholarship is intended for first-generation college students who are residents of Washington State , have attained junior status and plan to become professionals in natural science or environmental fields. Ian is a transfer student from Tacoma Community College and is a leader on the Engineers Without Borders Jamaica project.
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