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( March 24, 1997)
SDSM& T HONORS SIOUX FALLS AREA STUDENTS
Several students from Sioux Falls and the surrounding area who are attending South Dakota School of Mines and Technology received awards during SDSM& T’s recent Forty- sixth Annual Honors Convocation. The ceremony is held each spring to recognize SDSM& T students, faculty, staff members, and community leaders for their outstanding work and support of the University. SDSM& T President Richard J. Gowen presented the students with their awards. The names, hometowns and respective awards of students from Sioux Falls and the surrounding area are as follows:
Daniel Harms: Senior with Highest Honors Award
Arlin Sandbulte: Phi Eta Sigma Award; Tau Beta Pi Award; and Student
Academic Achievement in Science Engineering Award
Rafe Chrisopherson: Instrumental Music Award
Chad Glaesman: Senior with Highest Honors Award
Steve Horner: Senior with Highest Honors Award
Thomas Jackson: Student Academic Achievement in Science Award and Senior with Highest Honors Award
Troy Jaqua: Outstanding Physics Senior Award
Karisa Klock: Basketball Award
Joshua Lien: Student Academic Achievement in Science Award and Senior with
Highest Honors Award
Travis Zimmerman: Senior with Highest Honors Award
“ These students are to be congratulated for their accomplishments. The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology offers top- notch educational opportunities which combine traditions of excellence with the latest technologies. We are pleased that these outstanding students are a part of the South Dakota Tech family,” said SDSM& T President Richard Gowen.
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