Student Member and Chapter Awards

  

HFES is pleased to recognize the following recipients of the Student Member with Honors award, presented annually to acknowledge students who have made an outstanding contribution to the HF/E discipline or to the Society.

  • Azadeh Dinparast Jadid, University of Wisconsin Madison
  • Eric Weston, The Ohio State University
  • Jackie Cha, Purdue University
  • Natalie Lodinger, Texas Tech University
  • Tenchi Smith, Auburn University

The following student chapters have received Student Chapter Awards in recognition of their contributions and achievements which have been judged on the number and quality of activities engaged in across several categories with the emphasis on demonstrated excellence in a number of areas.

Particular attention was paid to the quality and outcome of each activity. Excellence within each category was determined by the quality and outcomes of activities presented, as judged by the awards committee.

Gold Level – requires activity in at least eight categories with excellence in at least five categories, and at least 50% of the student members (or no fewer than five for chapters consisting of fewer than ten members) also being HFES Student Affiliate members:

  • University of Toronto
  • California State University Long Beach
  • Old Dominion University
  • Clemson University
  • Purdue University
  • Texas Tech University
  • University of Central Florida
  • Wichita State University

 

  Silver Level – requires activity in at least five categories with excellence in at least three categories, and at least 40% of the student members (or no fewer than four for chapters consisting of fewer than ten members) also being HFES Student Affiliate members:

  • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  • San Jose State University
  • Texas A&M University
  • Georgia Tech
  • Virginia Tech
  • University of Wisconsin Madison
  • University of Houston Clear Lake
  • Embry Riddle

 

Bronze Level – requires activity in at least three categories with excellence in at least two categories, and at least 25% of the student members (or no fewer than 3 for chapters consisting of fewer than ten members) also being HFES Student Affiliate members:

  • The Ohio State University

 

Congratulations to all.