Chemical engineering's George wins Guthrie Award

Sienna George, a chemical engineering junior and member of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), received the 2012 Priscilla Guthrie World-Class Engineer Award.

The award recognizes students who best exemplify the characteristics of a world-class engineer and provides them with a $1,000 scholarship. 

The award is named after Priscilla Guthrie, a 1971 electrical engineering alumna who delivered the keynote address at the SWE Region G Conference at Penn State in 2008. It recognizes her outstanding achievements and dedication to service at the University. To be considered for the award, students must be majoring in engineering, a member of SWE, a third-year student and have a GPA above 2.8.

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Last Updated May 02, 2012