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Sullivan Receives Clark School of Engineering Dean's Award

Sullivan Receives Clark School of Engineering Dean's Award

Aerospace engineering senior Dan Sullivan received the Clark School of Engineering Dean's Award. Sullivan was recognized at the Clark School Honors and Awards Ceremony held April 10, 2014.

Sullivan is a member of both the University and Aerospace Honors programs, and he is minoring in Engineering Leadership Development. He is an active member and previous president of the local chapter of Theta Tau, the nation's oldest professional engineering fraternity. Sullivan was a member of Team Gamera and has completed an internship with Sikorsky Aircraft. He enjoys traveling and has studied abroad in Australia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. Currently, he serves as a Clark School ambassador and a teaching fellow for Introduction to Engineering.

Clark School of Engineering Dean's Award recipients are selected based on demonstrated scholastic excellence and outstanding service to the Clark School of Engineering through participation in
activities that impact students in all engineering majors.


April 11, 2014

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