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School of Engineering recognizes four

Four students received awards from the School of Engineering.

The Henry Ford II Scholar Award went to chemical engineering senior Evie Lee of Plymouth, MN. The award recognizes a senior engineering student who has maintained the highest academic record at the end of his or her seventh term and demonstrates leadership skills both in the field of engineering and in society.

The Reinhold Rudenberg Memorial Prize for outstanding undergraduate theses relating to energy conversion was presented to three seniors in mechanical engineering: John Rae of Rockland, MA; Hernan Mercado-Corujo of Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico; and Kenneth Pettigrew of Sutherland, VA.

A version of this article appeared in the June 2, 1999 issue of MIT Tech Talk (Volume 43, Number 32).

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