Engineering Management Honor Society Inducts New Class
Sixteen Old Dominion University engineering students have been selected to join Epsilon Mu Eta, ODU's engineering management honor society.
The honor was presented last month, following a two-step process. First, students from the Frank Batten College of Engineering and Technology's engineering management and systems engineering department were ranked based on their academic performance. A list of the top students was then shared with faculty members from the department for their recommendations, based on their assessment of the students' character.
The following students were inducted into the honor society: Matthew Booth, Clifford Carlson, Douglas Clark, Charles Daniels, Jeffrey Daniels, Damon DeLuca, Ahmed Hamdy, Benjamin Hoffman, Ra'ed Jaradat, Mahmoud Khasawneh, Gilbert Lang, Ernest McDuffie, Aaron Powell, Nevan Shearer, William Winklbauer and Matthew Woodzell.
The mission of Epsilon Mu Eta is to recognize students from engineering management bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs who have demonstrated superior academic achievement and who have displayed exemplary character during their time at ODU.
Membership is open to students in recognized undergraduate and graduate programs that offer degrees in engineering management, and to students in other disciplines offering engineering, engineering technology or other technical management degrees, which are similar in rigor and orientation to degrees in engineering management.
Membership in the chapter is by invitation only. The chapter was founded in 2003.
This semester's honorees join 70 current and former students who are members of Epsilon Mu Eta.
In joining the honor society, candidates must pledge to uphold the highest principles of professionalism and dedication to the field of engineering.
This article was posted on: May 13, 2010
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