Two EPP undergrads named College of Engineering ACS Scholars
Frank Adujar Lugo, undergraduate in the departments of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy, and Taylor Brown, undergraduate in the departments of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy, were two of the 10 selected recipients of this year’s College of Engineering ACS Scholars program.
Andrew Carnegie Society (ACS) Scholars are undergraduate seniors who embody Carnegie Mellon’s high standards of academic excellence, volunteerism, leadership and involvement in student organizations, athletics or the arts. They are selected each year by their deans and department heads to represent their class in service and leadership.
First started in 1975, the ACS Scholars program has recognized and granted awards to nearly 1,300 students since its inception. In addition to being able to call themselves a part of an incredibly select group at CMU, ACS Scholars also receive a monetary award to support their academic and personal growth.
Please share in our excitement as we congratulate our two EPP undergraduate recipients and the rest of the 2019 ACS Scholars!