Honors College Awards Student Michael Bohnet for Outstanding Thesis
Undergraduate student Mr. Michael Bohnet was recently recognized by the Ogden Honors College for his Outstanding Thesis. The Honors College Outstanding Thesis Award is an annual award announced during the Ogden Honors College graduation ceremony in May. Theses are nominated for the award by thesis defense committees. Mr. Bohnet's committee included Drs. Richard Hughes, Ipsita Gupta, Mehdi Zeidouni, and Muhammad Zulqarnain from Craft & Hawkins Dept of Petroleum Engineering, and Dr. Clinton Willson from the Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Outstanding theses are awarded in the categories of humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, professional and technical disciplines. Bohnet, in addition to 5 other graduating seniors, were awarded for their theses. The topic of Bohnet's thesis was in carbon sequestration and won in the category of physical sciences. The winning theses are recognized for their sophistication of thought, clarity of methodology and presentation, integration of existing scholarship, and contribution to your field of study. The winner and categories were:
||Life Sciences: Lexie Duhon|
||Physical Sciences: Michael Bohnet|
||Social Sciences: Sarah Procopio|
||Humanities: Kelsie Guzik and Maddie Tinsley|
Mr. Bohnet will be recognized at graduation for this singular achievement. He, his family, the advisors and the other students will be celebrated at a reception at the French House following graduation. Graduating with College Honors is a tremendous accomplishment. The department is proud of you and your achievement.