2014 ECE Salisbury Prize Winners
WPI Award for Academic Excellence
Two Electrical and Computer Engineering Students Named for Salisbury Award
ECE Students Ran Li ’14 and Anh Hoang Do ’14 have been named as 2014 recipients of WPI’s prestigious Salisbury Prize. These historic awards are given by WPI to the most meritorious seniors at the university who embrace academic excellence.
The Salisbury Prize was established in 1871 by Stephen Salisbury II, a WPI founder and president of the Board of Trustees. Each academic department may nominate students who have completed all of their requirements “faithfully, industriously, and with distinguished attainment” for the Salisbury Prize.
Congratulations to both student who received their awards at an Undergraduate Awards Luncheon on April 28, 2014, and a special thanks to their respective MQP advisors who wrote recommendations for this award.
May 6, 2014