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Engineering Systems Division awards

Charles "Harrison" Smith III Award--for outstanding contributions to LFM by first-year students
- Marshall Einhorn 2007, LFM, Silver Spring, MD

Joseph E. Martore Excellence in Teaching Award
- Professor Christopher L. Magee, mechanical engineering and engineering systems, Lenox, MA

Outstanding Resident Advisor, FSILGs
- Matthew Richards G, TPP and aeronautics and astronautics, Stevenson Ranch, CA

Frank E. Perkins Award--for a professor who has served as an excellent advisor and mentor for graduate students
- Professor Olivier de Weck aeronautics and astronautics and engineering systems

MIT Enterprise Forum 1006 Ignite Clean Energy
3rd Place: Matt Orosz 2006, TPP, Cambridge, MA; Amy Mueller G, Environmental Engineering, Mequon, WI; Sorin Grama G, system design and management, North Olmstead, OH; Elizabeth Wayman 2006, mechanical engineering, Grosse Pointe, MI; Ignacio Aguirre 2007, system design and management, East Greenwich, RI; Perry Hung 2008, EECS, Castro Valley, CA

MIT 100K Entrepreneurship Competition
Runner-Up: Subhrangshu Datta 2007, LFM, Kolkata, India; Aamir Sundrani 2007, LFM, Houston, TX; Priya Naik RA, MIT's poverty protection lab, Mumbai, India; Ayan Sarkar 2007, Sloan school of Management, Kolkata, India; Manu Prakash G, physics and media group, Bareilly, India; Joshua Feast 2007, sloan school of management, WWellington, New Zealand; Nashant Rao 2007, Sloan School of Management, Mumbai, India

Technology and Policy Program--TPP Best Thesis Award
- Nicole Jordan 2006, TPP, Houston, TX
- Meghan Sweeney 2006, TPP, New Haven, CT

Technology and Policy Program--TPP Faculty Appreciation Award
- Professor Ernst Berndt, Sloan School of Management, Lexington, MA

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 7, 2006 (download PDF).

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