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Professor Patrick Jaillet (left), head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Professor Ole Madsen (right) of CEE present the Maseeh Award for excellence as a teaching assistant to CEE graduate student David Gonzalez Rodriguez.
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Professor Patrick Jaillet (left), head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Professor Ole Madsen (right) of CEE present the Maseeh Award for excellence as a teaching assistant to CEE graduate student David Gonzalez Rodriguez.
Credits:
Photo / Stephen Rudolph
CEE graduate student Sean Homem received the Trond Kaalstad (Class of 1957) Graduate Award for his work with the Steel Bridge Team.
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CEE graduate student Sean Homem received the Trond Kaalstad (Class of 1957) Graduate Award for his work with the Steel Bridge Team.
Credits:
Photo / Stephen Rudolph

The Steinberg Prize--for outstanding undergraduate academic achievement and demonstrable interest in construction
management
- Matthew Williams 2007, Battle Creek, MI

Richard Lee Russel Award--for an outstanding undergraduate who plans to continue study in graduate school
- Sueann Lee 2007, Hong Kong, China

Tucker-Voss Award--to a student who shows particular promise in the field of building construction
- Kyle Frazier G, Madison, MS

Leo '24 and Mary Grossman Award--to an outstanding undergraduate for academic achievement and a strong interest in
transportation
- Joshua Maciewjewski 2007, Catawissa, PA

Trond Kaalstad '57 Graduate Award--to an outstanding graduate student who has displayed leadership and/or contributed significantly to the well-being of the CEE community
- Sean Homem G, Billerica, MA

Maseeh Award--for excellence as a teaching assistant
- David Gonzalez Rodriguez G, La Coruna, Spain

Maseeh Award--for excellence in teaching
- Professor Amedeo Odoni, CEE and Aero-Astro

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 6, 2007 (download PDF).

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