The 2017 project winners were (1) Design of a Care Facility for Young Mothers in Uganda, co-sponsored by Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church in Uganda and Coughlin Porter Lundeen and (2) Restoration and Replacement Options for Utility Company Bridge, sponsored by Seattle City Light.
CEE has now been awarded 27% of the 48 awards given since 2009!
You can read more about this prestigious award and profiles of the winning submissions at https://ncees.org/education/engineering-award/areas-of-collaboration/get-inspired/past-award-winners/2017-ncees-engineering-award-winners/.
The Bannan scholarship program honors Thomas J. Bannan, a leader in manufacturing, commerce, engineering and applied sciences, and a man with a deep commitment to Seattle University. A student must be an undergraduate junior or senior to be eligible for a Bannan scholarship, with a full-time major in the College of Science and Engineering. The applicant must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and have a demonstrated commitment to serving both the university and the greater community.
Our 2017-2018 Thomas J. Bannan Scholars are pictured below from left to right Austin Dennis, Matt Seidel, JP Wallis, and Jorge Lara Alvarado:
CEE faculty member Dr. Gnanapragasam has promoted and officiated the Order of the Engineer induction ceremony at SU for the past 16 years. The Order of the Engineer is an association for graduate and professional engineers in the United States that emphasizes pride and responsibility in the engineering profession.
Pictured below are the 2017 CEE inductees along with a group photo including ME, ECE, and also former CEE graduates to facilitate ceremony: