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On June 13, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering senior Jonathan Schneider (B.S., '15) was awarded the University of Maryland Alumni Association inaugural Carapace Award.

Established to honor a graduating student who has done great work for the campus community, the Carapace Award also seeks to foster Terp pride post-graduation. 

Schneider had a tremendous impact on the UMD community throughout his undergraduate career. A member of two Alumni Cup competition teams, including CEE's 2014 first-place team, he also served as President of the University of Maryland American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Chapter, a peer mentor, and President of his Living & Learning Community.

Schneider also helped the Engineering Alumni Network raise more than $6,500 for student outreach programming, and helped establish ASCE Maryland's first-ever Suit Up & Be Civil event.

Although he is planning to pursue a master's degree in Transportation Engineering from University of California, Berkeley, Schneider will always be a Terp at heart.



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June 23, 2015


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