Awards and Recognition
The College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) has an awards and recognition committee whose purpose is to recognize and honor deserving individuals who have brought distinction to the programs of CEAS through achievements or service. Recognition is given either through induction into the Hall of Fame or by receipt of the College's Distnguished Engineer/Scientist or the Distinguished Service Awards. By honoring these exemplary individuals, we wish to show appreciation to them for the distinction they have brought to the College and the University of Wyoming. Complete details about the award descriptions, summary of the nomination and the selection process are available in the nomination form below.
For questions and additional information, please contact email@example.com or call Baillie Miller 307-766-6433. The deadline for all nominations is January 31.
2014 Distinguished Service Award
Almost 25 years ago, Susan McCormack came to our College from the Physics Department on a satellite project assignment. When the project was finished, Dean Sam Hakes said, “Come down to the Dean’s Office and we’ll find something for you to do.” [More]
Wilbur Arthur Hitchcock
Carolyn Hardy Olsen, P.E.
Hall of Fame Members
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Hall of Fame Medallion
Beverly Paddleford, a gifted Wyoming artist has designed and created a bronze medallion to commemorate the University of Wyoming College of Engineering Hall of Fame. Beverly and her husband Monte, B.S.M.E. 1972, own and manage the Eagle Bronze Foundry and Gallery in Lander, WY. Eagle Bronze Foundry may be best known for the larger than life monumental antelope, horse and riders, eagles, buffalo, steers and human figures. The original medallion hangs in the College of Engineering's Hall of Fame located on the second floor of the Engineering building.