Eleven students from College of Engineering named Chancellor's Scholars

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Eleven students from the College of Engineering will be honored as Chancellor's Scholars during the May 14 spring undergraduate commencement at Memorial Stadium.
Eleven students from the College of Engineering will be honored as Chancellor's Scholars during the May 14 spring undergraduate commencement at Memorial Stadium.

Eleven College of Engineering students will be recognized as Chancellor's Scholars during the University of Nebraska–Lincoln's undergraduate commencement ceremony May 14 at Memorial Stadium.

Chancellor's Scholars are students who have maintained 4.0 grade-point averages on all collegiate work at Nebraska and elsewhere.

These are the 11 Chancellor's Scholars from the College of Engineering, with majors and hometowns listed.

  • Samantha Florea Bannister, mechanical engineering (and mathematics), Papillion, Nebraska.
  • David James Brewster, civil engineering, Louisville, Nebraska.
  • Jackson Ryan Goddard, chemical engineering (and mathematics), Lincoln, Nebraska.
  • Aaron Alan Haake, mechanical engineering, Denton, Nebraska.
  • Max Christopher Hansen, agricultural engineering, Herman, Nebraska.
  • Zachary Todd Johnson, mechanical engineering, Blair, Nebraska.
  • Jenna Lynne Knudtson, electrical engineering, Brookings, South Dakota.
  • Jessi J. Meyer, construction management, Hooper, Nebraska.
  • Timothy Cole Roty, software engineering, Leawood, Kansas.
  • Nathan Charles Turner, biological systems engineering, Omaha, Nebraska.
  • Reid A. Zimmerman, electrical engineering, Gretna, Nebraska.




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