Sobey Scholars honored
One of the highest honors Kettering University bestows on students has been awarded to the 2001 class of Sobey Scholars.
One of the highest honors Kettering University bestows on students has been awarded to the 2001 class of Sobey Scholars. The following students earned the Sobey distinction, given to engineering students elected to membership in both Tau Beta Pi and Robots, and management students elected to membership in both Sigma Alpha Chi and Robots.
The recipients are:
Raymond Neil Bateman of Hampton, Ontario, Canada;
Kevin J. Beardsley of Pinconning, Mich.;
Nicole A. Dominowski of Midland, Mich.;
Thadeus S. Eby of Morgan, Colo.;
Angela M. Hamady of Birch Run, Mich.;
Pamela A. Kaczmarek of Livonia, Mich.
Lisa A. Kidd of Farmington Hills and Washington, Mich.;
Lance E. Kornoelje of Holland and Hudsonville, Mich.;
Benjamin J. Rohrs of Englewood, Colo.;
and Angela R. Zima of Fenton, Mich.
The award is named for Major Albert Sobey, who served as General Motors Institute's first president for 30 years, starting in 1919.