College of Engineering Announces Outstanding Seniors

In April, each department in the College of Engineering named one student as their 2015 Outstanding Senior. The College of Engineering selected one of these students as the 2015 College of Engineering Outstanding Senior.

 Among those recognized was recent SIIRE student William Carlisle. William is an Honors College student and will graduate with a minor in business management and a 3.95 GPA. He has served as the president of the student chapter of Pi Tau Sigma and as the vice president of the student chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Carlisle was a selected participant for the Student Integrated Intern Experience by the National Science Foundation. For his honors research, Carlisle investigated utility energy efficiency programs of surrounding states and compared their evaluation, measurement and verification policies. He interned with CenterPoint Energy and the San Juan Business Unit of ConocoPhillips. After graduation, Carlisle will join ConocoPhillips full-time in Anchorage, Alaska.

In addition to William, Outstanding Seniors included: Shelby Paschal, biological and agricultural engineering; Michaela Mertz, biomedical engineering; Andrew Dominick, chemical engineering; Matthew Watters, civil engineering; Taylor Martin, computer engineering; Austin Brown, computer science; Rocky Hedrick, electrical engineering; Kaitlin Denny, industrial engineering, with Shelby Paschal being selected as the College Outstanding Senior.

The full Newswire article can be viewed here.

April 27, 2015