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Six Speed School students to be recognized at commencement by School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies

Dr. Beth A. Boehm, Interim Dean of the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies is very pleased to announce honors to be awarded to graduate students during the May 8th  commencement events.

Speed School student that will be recognized are:

The John M. Houchens Prize for Outstanding Dissertation

Walid Missaoui
Ph.D. Computer Science and Engineering
Mentor:  Associate Professor Hichem Frigui

 

The Graduate Dean’s Citations
Aleksey Sergeyevich Fadeev
Ph.D. Computer Science and Engineering
Mentor:  Associate Professor Hichem Frigui

Christy Marie Gearheart
Ph.D. Computer Science and Engineering
Mentor:  Co-Chair Assistant Professor Eric Rouchka
Co-Chair Professor Benjamin Arazi

Timothy J. Horrell
M.Eng. Bioengineering
Mentor:  Associate Professor Ayman S. El-Baz

Rami Nezar Mahdi
Ph.D. Computer Science and Engineering
Mentor:  Assistant Professor Eric Rouchka

Walid Missaoui
Ph.D. Computer Science and Engineering
Mentor:  Associate Professor Hichem Frigui

Matthew Joseph Turner
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering
Mentor:  Associate Professor John Naber

Nominations were solicited from Chairpersons, Director's of Graduate Studies, and the graduate faculty at-large.  The Scholarship and Awards Committee of the Graduate Council reviewed all nominations and made recommendations for the awards.

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