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Clarens Receives One of Two Top Paper Awards
Doctoral Candidate Andres Clarens, who is co-advised by ME Assistant Professor Steve Skerlos and Civil and Environment Engineering Professor Kim Hayes, was one of two College of Engineering students receiving top awards in the Technical Paper Competition at the SHPE's 2005 National Technical & Career Conference, January 5-9, in Dallas, Texas. The second student was CEE Doctoral Candidate Tanya Gallegos.
The full story can be viewed on the College of Engineering's news site.
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