Five engineering students chosen as Chancellor's Scholars

Five engineering students chosen as Chancellor's Scholars

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Five engineering students honored as Chancellor's Scholars.
Five engineering students honored as Chancellor's Scholars.
Five students from the College of Engineering will be among the 32 UNL seniors recognized as Chancellor's Scholars during the All-University Honors Convocation at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 24 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.

Chancellor's Scholars are students who graduated in December or will receive their degrees in May or August and have maintained a 4.0 grade-point average on all collegiate work at UNL and elsewhere.

The College of Engineering students who will be recognized as Chancellor’s Scholars are:

Biological Systems Engineering: Christopher Durbin Davidson, Omaha, Nebraska, son of Steven and Sandra Davidson.

Civil Engineering: Garrett Patrick Martindale, Gretna, Nebraska, son of Todd and Pennie Martindale.

Electrical Engineering: Andrew Patrick Thielen, Omaha, Nebraska, son of Terence and Kelly Thielen.

Mechanical Engineering: Rachel Ann Horzewski, Oakdale, Minnesota, daughter of Dan and Sharee Horzewski; and Cody Christopher Thompson, Gretna, Nebraska, son of Chris and Jill Thompson.