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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 8, 2000
LOCAL STUDENTS HONORED FOR THEIR PARTICIPATION AT SDSM& T
Local student Shawn Ericsson of Mobridge was recognized A leadership Recognition Reception was held at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ( SDSM& T) this summerThe Leadership Recognition Reception was organized through Tech’s Student Leadership Development Team together with Michelle Howell, Director of Surbeck Student Center.
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President Dr. Richard Gowen and his wife Nancy welcomed over 80 students into their home for to thank them for their dedication and commitment to the university. Student leaders from all facets of campus life were invited to the reception including athletic team captains, peer advisors, resident assistants, and more.
Shawn Ericsson of Mobridge was recognized by SDSM& T President Dr. Richard Gowen for his participation in the Senior Design Fair held April 18, 2000 on the Tech campus. Ericsson was a senior, mechanical engineering major at Tech. SDSM& T’s campus- wide demonstration of the design method showcases senior capstone projects from students in the departments of Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Geological Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science & Metallurgical Engineering, and Mining Engineering. Private industry and government agencies have provided external funding for some of the student projects.
++ 30++ Photo caption: [ Student] receives congratulations from Dr. Gowen, President of SDSM& T, during the second annual Leadership Recognition Reception/ Senior Design Fair.
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