A&M-Kingsville student to receive Student Engineer of the Year Award
The Nueces Chapter of Society of Professional Engineers named Analyssa Hernandez, an engineering student at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, its Student Engineer of the Year Award.
Hernandez, from Corpus Christi, is a first-generation college student and will graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering and a minor in Mathematics in May 2020. She was recognized for her outstanding achievements in class, internships m undergraduate research activities and leadership skills.
Dr. David Ramirez, Professor and Chair of Environmental Engineering, said the department is excited that Hernandez was selected for the award.
“It is truly an honor for our department to know that one of our students was recognized as the student engineer of the year. Analyssa is a high achiever student who has shown excellence not only in academics but also in research and extracurricular activities,” he said.
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