Julie Zettl is this year’s recipient of the Thomas Krug Memorial Scholarship. The Thomas Krug Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of Thomas Krug, who showed immense commitment to environmental stewardship through his 30-year career at Geosyntec applying novel approaches to environmental remediation. Julie’s research project reflects Thomas’ commitment to environmental stewardship in northern Canada. She will take part in a study of groundwater quality in the Liard Basin near the community of Fort Liard. Dr.
University of Guelph PhD engineering student Erika Ziraldo was awarded the Outstanding Student Paper Award in the Honda Student Session at the 2021 International Driving Assessment Conference. The award, sponsored by American Hoda Motor Company, Inc., provides a certificate and cash award to the winner. "Award recipients showcase the best and brightest internationally in the field of human factors driving research" said Daniel McGehee, PhD, Organizing Committee Co-Chair.
Each year, the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences awards convocation prizes to outstanding graduating students to recognize their persistent excellence and long-lasting contributions to the University of Guelph community. Congratulations to all of this year's recipients and to all students who graduated.
E.B. MacNaughton Convocation Prize
This prize is awarded to the student chosen as the W.C. Winegard Medal nominee for our college who has shown excellent academic achievements and outstanding contributions to the campus and community.
The Walter Vaughan Medal recognizes the contributions of a student member of senate. The winner will be announced at this years virtual graduation celebration where students will be awarded for their distiguished service and academic achievement.
Sooraj Modi, School of Computer Science student and former secretary of Senate is this year's recipient of the Walter Vaughan Medal. Congratulations Sooraj!
The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia. Graduate students from all seven University of Guelph colleges have earned a chance to compete in the 3MT® campus final.
M.A.Sc. Engineering + AI student Valerie Bauman has placed 3rd overall in the University of Guelph competition. Congratulations, Valerie! For more information: https://graduatestudies.uoguelph.ca/3mt
Two College of Engineering and Physical Sciences undergraduate students in the School of Computer Science and the School of Engineering are receiving top U of G Student Experience awards for 2021.
School of Computer Science student Sooraj Modi receives the Brian D. Sullivan Leadership Award, presented to a graduating student who has made significant contributions to student leadership through her/his involvement as an elected or appointed student representative at the University of Guelph. From Student Experience:
We are pleased to announce that the two presenters from CEPS moving forward to the University of Guelph competition are:
- PhD candidate Jenita Manokaran for her presentation, Artificial Intelligence for COVID-19 Diagnosis, and
- MASc candidate Valerie Bauman for her presentation Artificial Intelligence for the Bettering of Human Health.
Both winners receive a certificate and cash prizes—Manokaran receives $500 and Bauman receives $250.
Chelsea Ohiolei Ehimiaghe, fifth year mechanical engineering student, is the recipient of the 2021 HeForShe Adrienne Clarkson Resilience Award.
Chelsea is Co-President of Engineering for the Guelph Black Professionals at #UofG and is a mentor for Guelph Women in Science and Engineering.
Three graduate students have received awards from the inaugural CEPS Graduate Student Research Day on October 16, 2020. The winners are:
- 1st Place: MASc candidate Valerie Bauman
- 2nd Place: PhD candidate Singam Suranjoy Singh
- People's Choice Award: MASc candidate Aidan England
Congratulations to all the winners! Read the event recap here.