Alumni Association recognizes Senior 100
Nine Engineering at Illinois seniors have been named to this year's Senior 100 Honorary, a University of Illinois Alumni Association program that acknowledges notable UI seniors for both their past achievement and their future commitment to the University.
The program serves a two-fold purpose: to honor what these select 100 have already accomplished and to recognize the skills of leadership and University loyalty these new graduates will bring to the world at large.
As they were active campus leaders, so too will Senior 100 honorees bring their enthusiasm and sense of responsibility to their new communities as they continue to engage with the University of Illinois to help maintain its excellence and strengthen its stature.
Congratulations to this year's recipients from the College of Engineering!
Caroline Cvetkovic, Bioengineering
Marlo P. Goldstein, General Engineering
Douglas A. Litteken, Mechanical Engineering
Samuel Michael Marks, General Engineering
Brian A. Roehl, Mechanical Engineering
Sarah Treece, Materials Science and Engineering
Lisa T. Alvin, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Adrienne, Bowman, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Susan Nicole Dolinski, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Selection of Senior 100 honorees will be based on:
- academic standing (minimum grade point of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale)
- demonstration of past involvement, initiative and leadership in both campus and community activities
- assessment of the applicants’ potential for maintaining effective engagement with their Alma Mater following graduation
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