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2008 Outstanding Students of the Year

2008 Outstanding Students of the Year

Pictured are student awardees from U.S. DOT's Univeristy Transportation Centers (UTC) program at the Annual Outstanding Student of the Year Awards ceremony.

  • Eddie Arpin,University of Minnesota
  • Sean J. Barbeau, University of South Florida
  • Christo Brehm, University of Oregon
  • Sam Cheung, University of Rhode Island
  • Krista Citron, University of Kentucky
  • Stephen J. Damin, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Angelica J. Daniel, Morgan State University
  • Duane Davis, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
  • Phillip R. Donovan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Aaron Elias, University of Florida, Gainesville
  • Daniel J. Findley, North Carolina State University
  • Nancy A. Gallagher, University of Michigan
  • Adam Gardner, University of Southern California
  • Brian Geiger, Kansas State University
  • Russell Griffin, University of Alabama, Birmingham
  • Matthew Hardy, George Mason University
  • Nicholas Harker, University of Idaho
  • Salvador H. Hernández, Purdue University
  • Doug Houston, University of California, Los Angeles
  • David S. Hurwitz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Daniel Krier, University of Oklahoma
  • Melanie Kueber, Michigan Technological University
  • Wayne Leighty, University of California, Davis
  • Juan C. Lopez, Jackson State University
  • Wesley Marshall, University of Connecticut
  • Hugh Medal, University of Arkansas
  • Sandy Mehlhorn, University of Memphis
  • Alberto E. Miranda, Youngstown State University
  • Nadereh Moini, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
  • Michael S. Murphy, Missouri University of Science and Technology
  • Lakia Mustipher, South Carolina State University
  • Michelle Oswald, University of Delaware
  • Brad A. Peot, University of Wisconsin-Superior
  • Scott Porter, Utah State University
  • Phillip Reich, Northwestern University
  • Robert Rescot, University of Kansas
  • Aaron D. Rodgers, Hampton University School of Engineering and Technology
  • Heather Rothenberg, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Raymond Salvano, San Jose State University
  • Michael Sawaya, Montana State University
  • Christian R. Sax, Iowa State University
  • Sarah Schafer, University of Toledo
  • Ben Sperry, Texas A&M University
  • Chad Stripling, South Dakota State University
  • James Sullivan, University of Vermont
  • Elsa Tedla, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
  • Laurel VandePutte, University of Detroit Mercy
  • Ivan Vlahinich, Northwestern University
  • James Wagner, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Kari Watkins, University of Washington, Seattle
  • Cameron L. Williams, Texas A&M University
  • Felix J. Zuniga, California State University, San Bernardino