Earlier this month, junior University Honors Student and Electrical Engineering Major Simar Singh, received second place honors for his poster submission to the 52nd Annual Conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council held in Atlanta. Founded in 1966, the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) is a unique educational organization designed to support and promote undergraduate honors education. NCHC has nearly 900 member institutions and several hundred individual members, impacting over 330,000 honors students and provides its members with resources, training opportunities and collaborative events to build and sustain honors programs and their curriculum. Students also have access to honors scholarships and exclusive events through NCHC and its members.
Simar’s advisor and University Honors Thesis Director is Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering Dr. Daniel Loveless. The topic of Simar’s presentation and poster in the Business, Engineering, and Computer Science competition category was, “Efficacy of Fuzzy Electronics in Space.” Congratulations, Simar!